Enterprise Use Case - Application Development Using the WSO2 Developer Studio - Thursday, May 24, 2012
By Dasunpriya Anuradha Mallikarachchi
- 2 May, 2012
The typical enterprise develops a range of applications to serve the organization’s different business requirements. Each one of these applications may consist of a variety of components, such as a Web application component at the front end, a gadget component for data visualization, or a database to store application data, to name just a few. This means the application developer has to work with different tools in these different domains when implementing the application, and using the wrong tools for the task can lead to a developer’s nightmare.
The WSO2 Developer Studio is a complete Eclipse-based IDE that relieves developers of the day-to-day hassles associated with application development. It provides a single, comprehensive solution for developing, deploying, testing and debugging applications. SInce WSO2 Developer Studio supports the development of Web applications, gadgets, services, business processes, and more, a developer can use it to first build an application, and then deploy and debug this application from the IDE itself to see how it actually works.
This webinar is designed to illustrate the basic functions and features supported by the WSO2 Developer Studio and demonstrate how developers can use it in a real-world application development scenario. Participants also will earn how the WSO2 Developer Studio can be used to deploy the application to the WSO2 Carbon enterprise middleware platform.
Senior Software Engineer
Harshana is a senior software engineer and a member of the development technologies management committee who focuses on the WSO2 Developer Studio IDE. He also has engaged in several WSO2 QuickStart development consulting engagements. Harshana participated in the Google Summer of Code program in both 2009 and 2010 with the Eclipse Foundation, and he is currently a committer for the Eclipse Communication Framework. Additionally, Harshana is an active contributor to the Apache Axis2 project.