1. JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 6 : 2.0.0 FINAL and Best Practices for JSF IPC

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    from Wesley Hales / Added

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    The project to follow along with can be downloaded from here: http://downloads.jboss.org/portletbridge/episode6.zip (2:20) Using the bridge archetypes with JBoss Tools. (9:40) Sending and receiving Public Render Parameters. (15:23) Publishing and consuming portlet events. (18:37) Using Richfaces Ajax Push to communicate between portlets. (21:56) Using the Portal Identity component for SSO

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    • JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 4: Running 2.0 on GateIn

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      from Wesley Hales / Added

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      This video shows how to deploy a Seam portlet using JBoss Tools to the all new GateIn portal. I also show need-to-know tips for migrating from the 1.0 bridge to 2.0.

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      • CRaSH Standalone

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        from Julien Viet / Added

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        CRaSH is a shell to extend the Java Virtual Machine. This video shows the shell standalone mode and the shell attach mode features.

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        • GateIn+SAML2: Integration with Salesforce and Google Apps

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          from JBoss Developer / Added

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          This screencast shows GateIn integration with Salesforce and Google Apps vendors for SAML2 SSO scenarios. These scenarios are shown: - GateIn as SAML Identity Provider, Salesforce as SAML Service Provider - GateIn as SAML Identity Provider, Google Apps as SAML Service Provider - GateIn as SAML Service Provider, Salesforce as SAML Identity Provider

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          • Logomattic Portlet tutorial

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            from Julien Viet / Added

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            The Logomattic Portlet is an improvement of the built-in GateIn Logo Portlet: it allows to upload a logo in Java Content Repository (JCR). The Logomattic Portlet is built using the Chromattic mapping framework to JCR and is also a simple application to demonstrate easy JCR persistence with Chromattic. To install the Portlet you can watch this tutorial

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            • JBoss Portlet Bridge Episode 7 : Running JSF Apps Over WSRP v2

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              from Wesley Hales / Added

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              In this episode we talk to Chris Laprun who is the WSRP lead and prinicipal software engineer at JBoss. He gives a basic overview of the project and some real world usecases of WSRP. Then I jump into a demo of how to consume a remote portlet using 2 different GateIn instances here (11:30).

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              • Build Mashups in GateIn

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                from Benjamin Mestrallet / Added

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                What we show here: - provide an adress file, deploy it on GateIn WebDAV drive - Build with our online IDE a REST API on the cloud (using groovvy language and the JSR 311 specification) that read the content of that file - Consume that REST service within a Gadget and use the Google maps API to do render a map that points to the adress from the file All live...only on GateIn

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                • OpenId integration WIP#1

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                  from khoi nguyen / Added

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                  • OpenId Integration WIP #2

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                    from khoi nguyen / Added

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                    • eXo Mobile part 2

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                      from Brice Revenant / Added

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                      Preview of eXo Mobile applications for GateIn

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