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HTML 5, JQuery for Portal apps

Krishna Jonnalagadda
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Joined: Feb 09, 2010
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Have a question on these: We are going to use HTML 5, CSS 3 and JQuery for our new application which will be portal based, specifically deployed in Websphere application server 7.0 and portal server.

I think these are just UI specific technologies, is there any difference in using these in a portal/portlets vs conventional non portal based UI ? Could you please share any best practices on using these (HTML 5,CSS 3,JQuery) for portal/portlets ?

Rob Crowther
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Joined: Nov 06, 2012
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Sorry, I have no experience with Java web programming (outside of a few applets, back in the day), someone else will have to help with this one.

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Bear Bibeault
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There really are no differences. But you'll need to consult the framework docs for their expectations and limitations.

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