Jonathan Booth has contributed a new project, called Script Portlet Samples for IBM WebSphere Portal. See below for his description. Attend the webinar on April 30th to learn more about script portlets. You can find details about the project in the documentation.

"With the recently-released IBM Script Portlet for WebSphere Portal, you can use JavaScript/HTML/CSS to create new portlets without deploying code on the server. You can take an existing script application, copy/paste into the Script Portlet Editor, and have a fully-functional portlet in minutes. Applications are stored as WCM content, so you have the features of WCM project management available such as projects, workflow approval, and versioning.

This package of samples illustrates some of the techniques that are available when building these Script Portlets, including:

- Using popular JS libraries such as jQuery, jQuery Datatables, and jQPlot
- Inter-portlet communication using jQuery eventing
- Setting and retrieving Public Render Parameters
- Accessing WCM content libraries from JS code
- Launching a Script Portlet in a popup window from JS code"


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