Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Books on Portlet, WSRP, JSR 168 & Java Portals

I am compiling a list of books available on portlets, java portals, JSR-168 and WSRP technologies. A quick serach given following results. You will find books on IBM WebSphere Portal Server, Oracle Portal Server, BEA Weblogic Portal Server and of course Open Source Portal Servers etc.

1. Professional Portal Development with Open Source Tools: Java Portlet API, Lucene, James, Slide by W. Clay Richardson, Donald Avondolio, Joe Vitale, Peter Len, Kevin T. Smith
2. IBM WebSphere Portal Primer by Ashok K. Iyengar, Venkata Gadepalli
3. Web Development with Oracle Portal by Mohamed El-Mallah
4. Mastering IBM WebSphere Portal Server: Expert Guidance to Build & Deploy Portal Applications by Ron Ben-Natan , Ori Sasson , Richard Gornitsky
5. Building Portals with the Java Portlet API By Jeff Linwood, David Minter (Not yet published)
6. Programming Portlets by Ron Lynn
7. Oracle 9iAS Portal Bible by Rick Greenwald, Jim Milbery
8. BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 Kick Start 1 by Albert Saganich
9. Creating Web Portals with BEA WebLogic by Howard Block, Rob Castle, David Hritz
10. Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services by Anura Guruge

If I am missing some books here, please let me know by putting your comments. I am planning to keep this list updated at http://www.portletsfactory.com/resources/portlets-jsr168-wsrp-portals-books.html.

6 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:01 PM

    The meaning of the word portal is a changing one. Of late it encompasses EAI B2Bi and webservices

    As an authority on Portals and
    a Subject Matter Expert on them
    I have seen 230 portal companies

    the true portals are yahoo and google. thats where most workers
    arrive every morning than on their
    intranet portals.

    check www.veda-dt.com for more

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  2. Anonymous7:14 AM

    true portal company is
    http://www.plumtree.com

    rest are corporate copy chors

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  4. Anonymous7:22 AM

    Do u have a soft copy of some good Portal design and development book? They are too expensive for me to buy.Please mail me at milind_dogre@rediffmail.com

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  5. Anonymous1:39 PM

    add IBM's redbook on portal - best thing is they are free downloads

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  6. Anonymous9:19 AM

    Hi,

    If you have any portlet material,please mail me....
    navyas_cage@yahoo.com

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