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TIBCO General Interface
Test Automation Kit provides
• Open Source Apache 2 License
• Functional, Unit and Regression Testing Software
• Extensions to Selenium for TIBCO General Interface
Software Release 0.8 August 2007.
Includes description of supported platforms.
Get started with an overview of the kit and a step by step tutorial for using it.
This manual recommends standard conventions and guidelines for TIBCO General Interface™ application development engineers and designers to be consistent, as well as maintain best practices. In fact, the General Interface™ development team follows similar conventions, which has helped in developing the test automation framework.
This manual also covers recommendations on TIBCO General Interface object naming conventions, Common Data Format (CDF) data indexing, script code indentation, comments, declarations, statements, programming practices, and also includes code samples.
Getting Started Video Tutorials for TIBCO General Interface Builder 3.3
H&R Block Sr. Systems Architect, Dan Cahoon, shares how H&R Block delivered SOA-connected Ajax portlets to its more than 12,000 branch offices to deliver composite workspaces streamlining the staffing operations for the nation's largest seasonal employer. Dan shares his learning from the project and discusses the successful pattern they are reusing to get more solutions to market quickly.
Howard Weingram, Sr. Architect for TIBCO PortalBuilder, shows you:
• How to deploy rich Ajax portlets to JSR-168 and other types of portlet containers.
• The role of a proxy in accesssing data across hosts and domains.
• How to architect for modular applications that publish and subscribe to events and message using an Ajax PageBus architecture.
This feature rich solution that communicates with Xignite.com's financial web services contains many examples of best practices for architecting and coding GI solutions including progressive loading of components, and publish/subscribe events and messages. Explore the preview, then get the source and join the discussion.
More Sample Projects...
- GI 3.2/3.3 Sample Projects Forum...
GI 3.2 apps run in GI 3.3. So check out the 3.2 Sample Projects for more examples of common implementation patterns.
This document describes how a TIBCO General Interface application communicates with web servers across subdomains. There are two general scenarios for accessing a TIBCO General Interface application, local provisioning and remote provisioning. Local provisioning requires no configuration, if default browser security settings are used. Remote provisioning requires either configuring proxy communication or modifying default browser security settings
This document describes Microsoft Internet Explorer's file caching in relation to General Interface. It also discusses how to avoid stale XML data in Internet Explorer and recommends best practices for running General Interface applications and General Interface Builder on Internet Explorer.
Version 1.0. 02-09-2007
Scope: Version 3.3.0
For more see the Tips and Techniques documents for GI 3.1 while noting differences between versions as described inrelease notes and migration guides of subsequent releaes.
This whitepaper provides an introductory, high-level business and technical overview of TIBCO General Interface, a powerful rich client software that delivers the look, speed and performance of desktop installed software, yet requires no end user installation. This whitepaper addresses the industry's need for rich client technology and TIBCO General Interface's unique architectural advantages that drive measurable benefits for the enterprise.