Place self-service in your customers hands with social and mobile-friendly applications

New features in Red Hat® JBoss® Portal 6.1 beta make it easy to build self-service applications that are both mobile-enabled and integrated with popular social media sites. Join our webinar to learn about the new mobile and developer features in JBoss Portal 6.1 beta.

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People expect to instantly access information on their mobile devices. Companies must offer a seamless multichannel experience, and developers must quickly build applications that work on any device.

Join solution architect and JBoss Portal subject matter expert Ray Tsang and senior product manager Divya Mehra as they demonstrate the new mobile and developer features in JBoss Portal 6.1 beta that help you build self-service applications that are mobile-enabled and integrated with social media sites.

Join our webinar to learn how to:

  • Deliver a seamless mobile experience that redirects to mobile-friendly portals and renders the page according to the device dimensions.
  • Give users the ability to log in and create new accounts with 3rd party credentials (such as Facebook or Google), as well as push activity back out to social media sites via OAuth 2.0 authentication and authorization.
  • Develop applications faster with Context and Dependency Injection support in portlets.
  • Access the navigation structure of the portal for easy integration with content management systems.
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Date: July 25, 2013

Time:
  • 15:00 UTC | 11 a.m. (New York) / 5 p.m. (Paris) / 8:30 p.m. (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Ray Tsang solution architect, Red Hat
Divya Mehra senior product manager, Red Hat

About Ray Tsang: Ray Tsang is a solution architect at Red Hat. He has a product focus on Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and JBoss Portal Platform and has worked closely with a number of customers on interesting proof of concepts using these products. Prior to Red Hat, Ray was a manager in a global consulting firm with expertise in online architecture, delivery, and operations.
About Divya Mehra: Divya Mehra is a senior product manager at Red Hat, responsible for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and JBoss Portal Platform. He has broad product management and engineering experience in the technology industry. Divya has a MS in computer science from Johns Hopkins and MBA from Cornell.

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