If you're looking to develop applications on Lotus Quickr, particularly using multiple Quickr places, then this "intermediate" level whitepaper might just be for you:
Learn how to operate your Lotus Quickr library content with Lotus Quickr REST services based on Dojo. In this example described in this article, content from different Lotus Quickr libraries interacts with simple Lotus Quickr REST services in the library linker tool, which is based on the latest Dojo 1.0 framework.
IBM Lotus Quickr content libraries can help you easily organize and share content for your projects, with your teams, or for yourself. You can set up libraries for your documents so that your teams can easily share and collaborate with check-in and check-out, version control, and other tools to help manage content. Complex and powerful workflow also simplifies working with content.
Individual content operations between different Lotus Quickr content libraries are not easy, though. In this example, content from different Lotus Quickr libraries interacts with simple Lotus Quickr REST services in the Library Linker tool. Library linker is based on the latest Dojo 1.0 framework. Contents are listed in two Dojo grid widgets, and you can work with two libraries on the same page.
By: Stuart McIntyre | 0 Comments | On: 30 April 2008 07:11:35 | Tags: lotus quickr developerworks rest dojo