Posted 09/28/2009 - 15:41 by Deepak Alur
I hope by now you have heard the news. Last week, the Open Mashup Alliance (OMA) was launched with prominent tech industry players such as Adobe, CapGemini, Hinchcliffe & Co., HP, Intel, JackBe, Kapow Technologies, Programmable Web, Synteractive, and Xignite.
The OMA is 'dedicated to the successful use of Enterprise Mashup technologies and adoption of an open language that promotes Enterprise Mashup interoperability and portability'. If you missed these, here are a few articles/blogs about the OMA that tell the story very well... [Read More...]
Posted 09/18/2009 - 11:12 by jess
Loraine Lawson from IT Business Edge put her money on Day 2 of our Free Enterprise Mashup Training, 'Mashups in Your Enterprise', to be the most notable and interesting session of all three training days. And I'm willing to double her bet based on the questions you asked during the presentation. [Read More...]
Posted 07/31/2009 - 16:18 by jess
Posted 07/16/2009 - 12:18 by Kristin
Remember that contest we had awhile back, “The 'Beat the CEO' Contest"? We wanted a simple way to explain mashups to a non-techy. Your responses were awesome and we liked some of the analogies so much that we had our graphics folks come up with some simple pictures of mashups. It's our first "Mashup Trading Cards" series! Now you have another easy way to answer your boss when she asks "what's a mashup?".
Frankenstein is my favorite. Check it out the rest of Series #1:
Posted 06/09/2009 - 11:34 by chriswarner
Easier, Safer Enterprise Mashups
The Spring 2009 Edition of Presto 2.7 is now available for download. The enhanced features of Presto 2.7 makes mashups easier and safer to use by allowing a broader group of business users to visually create mashups quickly and safely. Major enhancements to Presto 2.7 include:
- a more intuitive, user-focused update of Wires, the Presto Visual Mashup Composer, for easier mashup creation,
- improved Mashup Macros in Wires, letting you add custom mashup transformations that do what you want them to,
- security enhancements that detect and deny malicious code from public data sources, for safer mashups,
- extended browser support, including IE6, IE7, Firefox 3.0, and the Safari 4 Beta, making mashup creation even more accessible.
Posted 05/19/2009 - 10:38 by Blythe
Many of you have asked for a regular update of the news, blogs and other hotstuff from the MDC. Here's what's hot from the last month (last updated on July 15, 2009, 10:50am):
- Learn More about creating Mashups with SharePoint
- Share Your Mashup Macro Contest
- Become a Mashup Hero
- Sharepoint Mashup Blog Series
- Mashups & Oracle Video
Posted 05/15/2009 - 14:16 by chriswarner
Let me tell you a story about a hero. Mike Rollins is a systems engineer supporting a research effort for the Department of Homeland Security, which has received a $4.3 million grant and a lot of attention. Needless to say, Mike and his organization have some very important problems they are trying to solve.
Mashups help Mike with his problems in a very meaningful way. As Mike put it in a recent blog, 'a buddy of mine pointed me in the direction of a product called Presto...it puts us months, if not years, ahead of where we were'.
Mashups certainly make Mike a hero at work. Which also makes him a Mashup Hero to us. [Read More...]
Posted 05/12/2009 - 13:51 by chriswarner
The mashup scientists at JackBe are always working on the next generation of mashup software. Lately they've been focused on our visual mashup composer, Wires.
Now they are just about ready to reveal the results of their hard work. Wires 2.7 is coming and you can nominate yourself for the early-access beta program.
Do you want to try out the new Wires before everyone else? Once you read about all the good stuff in Wires 2.7, I bet you will. [Read More...]
Posted 04/30/2009 - 13:44 by chriswarner
A few weeks ago I wrote a blog entitled 'Mashing Oracle without Oracle'. I talked a bit about the state of mashup technology and the less-than-impressive adoption of mashups into Oracle's technology stack.
Now JackBe is taking our Mashups for Oracle show on the road. We're showing off ‘Mashups for Oracle Apps’ at the community-driven Collaborate 09 conference in Orlando on May 5-7. It's a killer use-case for mashups. [Read More...]
Posted 04/22/2009 - 15:12 by Americo Savinon