My Published Articles

Below is a list of published articles written by Brian J. Stewart. Please check back soon, as several new articles will be published soon.

Using the HTML5 IndexedDB API
Publication Date: December 11, 2012
Summary: The Indexed Database (IndexedDB) API, part of HTML5, is useful for creating rich, data-intensive, offline HTML5 web applications that need to locally store data. It’s also useful for locally caching data to make traditional online web applications such as mobile web applications faster and more responsive. This article demonstrates how to manage IndexedDB databases.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Using HTML5 database and offline capabilities, Part 2: Leveraging the IndexedDB API in HTML5
Publication Date: November 27, 2012
Summary: HTML5 won’t be an official World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standard until 2014, but web browser vendors are already adding and marketing HTML5 features. Two such features — offline application support and local persisted storage — can deliver the same rich user experiences online and offline that were previously available only in proprietary desktop application development frameworks. Building on the foundation that is provided in Part 1, this article explains how to leverage the Indexed Database (IndexedDB) API to build an offline application with locally persisted data.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Using HTML5 database and offline capabilities, Part 1: Leveraging the IndexedDB API in HTML5
Publication Date: July 17, 2012
Summary: HTML5 will reshape the web experience and line-of-business applications. With the offline capabilities and local persisted storage features, you can deliver the same rich user experiences online and offline that were previously available only in proprietary desktop application development frameworks. In this article, learn how to leverage HTML5 offline capabilities and local persisted storage features. An example application illustrates how to avoid common problems.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Leveraging Amazon Web Services for enterprise application integration
Publication Date: June 16, 2009
Summary: Discover how to leverage XML and Amazon Web Services to integrate enterprise applications, and to build cross-platform application-integration capabilities using the Microsoft® .NET (C#) and Java™ platforms
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Generate PDFs with XStream and XSL-FO
Publication Date: September 1, 2009
Summary: Discover how to leverage XML serialization and XSL-FO to generate dynamic PDF documents from Java™ business objects. Through XSL-FO stylesheets, you can separate the presentation (view) of data from the data and Java code, allowing for modifications to PDF format and layout without changes to the Java code.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Building Ajax-enabled JSP TagLib controls: Update panel and popup dialog box controls
Publication Date: April 7, 2009
Summary: Build Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) controls that can be used in business-line applications. These configurable JavaServer Pages (JSP) TagLib-based controls leverage JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), JavaScript scripting language, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Because they are standard JSP TagLib controls, find out how you can easily drop them into any application to provide more intuitive and responsive user interfaces.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

Building Ajax-enabled auto-complete and cascading drop-down controls
Publication Date: September 9, 2008
Summary: Build Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) controls that can be used in business-line applications. These configurable JSP TagLib-based controls leverage JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), JavaScript, and CSS. Because they are standard JSP TagLib controls, find out how you can easily drop them into any application to provide more intuitive and responsive user interfaces.
Web Site: IBM developerWorks

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