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1 IBM Ecosystem Development Last Updated: September 1, 2014 WebSphere Portal V8.5 Lab Manual Building Hybrid and Mixed Model Mobile Applications Lab 1

2 Table of Contents OVERVIEW 3 Introduction...3 Time Estimate...3 Prerequisites...4 Additional Information...4 BUILDING HYBRID AND MIXED MODEL MOBILE APPLICATIONS...5 LAB 1 CREATING A SIMPLE HYBRID APPLICATION...6 LAB 2 EXTENDING THE HYBRID APPLICATION TO USE NATIVE CAPABILITIES...15 LAB 3 CREATING A MIXED MODEL HYBRID APPLICATION...29 APPENDIX A INSTALLING IBM WORKLIGHT STUDIO INSTALLING ECLIPSE IDE INSTALLING IBM WORKLIGHT STUDIO INSTALL AND SETUP ANDROID DEVELOPMENT TOOLS PLUGIN FOR ECLIPSE...46 APPENDIX B NOTICES...47 APPENDIX C TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS

3 Overview This Lab demonstrates the hybrid mobile application development using IBM Worklight with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5. The Lab is a slightly modified and adapted for this workshop version of the TECH-D05 lab delivered during the IBM Digital Experience 2014 Conference in Anaheim CA by Chris Bosko and Stephan Hesmer. Introduction In this Lab, you will explore the process of creating an out-of-the-box mobile solution using IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5. The environment for mobile application development used here consists of the Eclipse IDE with the IBM Worklight Studio solution and the Android Development Tools (ADT) plugin installed inside the Eclipse. The environment has been pre-installed and pre-configured for you. If you need to recreate this environment on your own or just learn more about the tasks involved, review the Appendix A where the details are provided. The exercise is separated into the following three lab sections: Lab 1: Creating a simple hybrid application Lab 2: Extending the hybrid application to use native capabilities Lab 3: Creating a mixed model hybrid application At the end of this lab you will have been introduced to hybrid mobile application development using IBM Worklight with IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5. You should be able to create simple hybrid mobile applications that can take advantage of both IBM Worklight and IBM WebSphere Portal as well as mixed model hybrid applications. Time Estimate It should take approximately 60 minutes to complete this lab. 3

4 Prerequisites Skill Level: The lab has been written for all persons to complete. Image Requirements: This lab requires: IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5 Eclipse IDE with IBM Worklight Studio solution and Android Development Tools plugin (see Appendix A for more information) IBM Script Portlet V1.1 WebDAV client (built-in client for Linux) Firefox browser To execute this Lab instructions you should use the pre-configured environment that has been allocated for your use. Use the hostname given to you in the pre-workshop instructions to access your dedicated server. Substitute the text <your_server_hostname> found in this document with your server's hostname given to you. To access the environment from your local workstation, install a VNC client such as RealVNC Viewer or UltraVNC Viewer and review this workshop setup document. Additional Information None provided. 4

5 Building Hybrid and Mixed Model Mobile Applications 5

6 Lab 1 Creating a simple hybrid application By default, WebSphere Portal 8.5 provides IBM Worklight capabilities out of the box. This is provided by the wp_worklight_ext module, which is enabled by default in the Deferred Profile available for the Portal85 out-of-the-box theme. When the wp_worklight_ext module is included in a profile, IBM Worklight resources are included when a page is loaded from a Worklight application. For this simple application, you will create a base Worklight project with a hybrid application included. By changing the hybrid application to point to your Portal, you can quickly take advantage of your existing Portal in a mobile application while also providing the ability to leverage native capabilities through the IBM Worklight framework Step 1 Start Eclipse using the desktop shortcut. Step 2 When asked to select a Workspace, point to /home/virtuser/workspace/mobile Step 3 Dismiss (close) the Welcome panel. Step 4 To begin building the application, you need to create a new Worklight project. From Eclipse, navigate to File New Worklight Project. Step 5 In the New Worklight Project dialog, name the project WPMobileLab, keep Hybrid Application selected under Project Templates, and press Next 6

7 Step 6 Name the application WPMobileLabApp. There is no JavaScript package in this lab, but you have the option to add one on this panel if desired for future application development. Click Finish. Step 7 The project and the application artifacts will be created. This may take a few minutes. When completed, you may be asked to switch to the Design perspective. Step 8 You should now see the WPMobileLab project in the Project Explorer on the left. At this point, the Worklight project has been created. 7

8 Step 9 By default, the Worklight project will not have any environments created for it. An environment is the target device platform for your application. To create an environment, right-click on the WPMobileLabApp in the apps folder, then select New Worklight Environment. Step 10 The New Worklight Environment panel displays. Because this particular lab is for a hybrid Android application only, select Android phones and tablets. If you needed to create environments for other device operating systems, you would specify those other device operating systems on this panel. 8

9 Step 11 Worklight Studio builds and updates the project with a native application. The native project is named WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid. Worklight Studio manages the lifecycle of this application and you should not make any changes to it. When the hybrid application you initially created in the Worklight project is built and deployed, the native application will be overwritten with any application changes. You should now see an android folder under the WPMobileLab/apps folder and the WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid project within the Project Explorer. Step 12 Now that the application is set up, verify that it will build and deploy. Right-click on the WPMobileLabApp folder and select Run As Build All Environments. 9

10 Step 13 Step 14 As the build process begins, you can see the progress in the lower right status banner in Eclipse. When the process completes, you should see the message Application 'WPMobileLabApp' with all environments build finished in the Worklight console. To run the Android application, right-click on the WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid project in the Project Explorer and select Run As Android Application. 10

11 Step 15 This should launch the Android Emulator, which may take a few minutes to initialize. You may have to open the initial emulator screen to see the application launch ( left-click the 'lock' icon, hold down the button and slide it to the right to unlock the initial emulator screen). 11

12 Step 16 You should now see the default Worklight application page in the Android Emulator. Step 17 Now that a hybrid application has been created, a simple change needs to be made to have the application consume your Portal. Open the application-descriptor.xml file located in the WPMobileLabApp folder and click the Source tab in the editor. 12

13 Step 18 Update the content of the <mainfile> element of the application-descriptor.xml from index.html to where <your_server_hostname> is the hostname of your server (where WebSphere Portal is running). This will tell your application to load your Portal instead of the default index.html within Worklight. This could be any landing page you want within your Portal, as is appropriate for your mobile application. Click the save icon to save your changes. Step 19 Due to the virtual machines used for this lab, you need to increase the timeout for the initial load of the Portal within the Worklight application. In production environments, this step should not be needed. Open the WPMobileLabApp.java file located at WPMobileLab/apps/WPMobileLabApp/android/native/src/com/WPMobileLabApp. In the onwlinitcompleted(bundle) method, insert the following line: super.setintegerproperty("loadurltimeoutvalue",60000); right above the super.loadurl(getwebmainfilepath()); line, as shown: 13

14 Step 20 Save your changes (click the Save icon). Step 21 Build the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabApp folder and select Run As Build All Environments. Step 22 Launch the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid project in the Project Explorer and select Run As Android Application. Step 23 The Android emulator should open. After a few minutes, the emulator should launch the WPMobileLabApp and you should see your WebSphere Portal Home (Welcome) page. You have now created a native mobile application for your Portal that can be delivered through the appropriate mobile app stores. 14

15 Lab 2 Extending the hybrid application to use native capabilities In the previous section, you created a simple hybrid mobile application for Android that consumed IBM WebSphere Portal. In this section, you will create a page within your Portal that can leverage the native capabilities of a mobile device. Worklight provides JavaScript APIs to access native capabilities such as the device's contacts list and camera as well as the ability to store data offline. In this lab, you will create a Portal page that will add and search for contacts on a mobile phone. Step 1 Open Firefox browser by using the shortcut on the menu bar. Step 2 In the browser window log into the Portal site using the following URL Step 3 Anonymous users are not allowed to create any pages in this configuration, so you need to authenticate first. You will log in as Frank Adams, with the user name fadams. Click one of the Log In links at the top. Step 4 Log in to Portal with the User ID fadams and password passw0rd (with a zero). 15

16 Step 5 Activate the Edit Mode by clicking the Edit Mode button in the toolbar. Step 6 Click Create in the site toolbar to start creating a new page. Step 7 Enter the details of the new page. Title the page Mobile Lab 1 and select Next sibling of current page as the page insertion point. Click Create Page button. Step 8 A confirmation message should be displayed inside the panel. Keep the panel open. Step 9 Add native capabilities to your new page. In order to add native capabilities to the page just created, you need to add a Script Portlet to the page. Within the Script Portlet, you will be able to add the HTML, JavaScript, and CSS markup necessary for the native capabilities. For this lab, the CSS used will format the page specifically for mobile devices, but could be extended to be responsive to the user's platform. Proceed to add applications (portlets) to your page. Select Applications to see all the available applications to choose from. 16

17 Step 10 To narrow down the choices, type script portlet in the Search area and submit the search (click the magnifying glass icon). Step 11 The Script Portlet application should now be displayed as the only choice. Hover the mouse over the Script Portlet icon and drag it onto the left-hand side column of the page layout while holding the left mouse button down (alternatively click the + control in the top right corner to add the Script Portlet application to the page). Step 12 A confirmation message should be displayed inside the panel. Dismiss (close) the panel. 17

18 Step 13 The Script Portlet should now be visible on the Mobile Lab 1 page. Click the Edit link inside the portlet to open the Script Portlet Editor allowing you to add your code on the fly. Step 14 Open a File Browser from the Desktop and navigate to the Mobile-Lab/section2 directory within the WP8.5-Workshop-Labs helper files directory. Step 15 Open section2_html.txt with the gedit editor (right-click on the filename and select gedit) and copy/paste the content of this file into the HTML section of the Script Portlet Editor (the top left-hand side panel), as shown. 18

19 Step 16 Open section2_js.txt and copy/paste the content of this file into the JavaScript section of the Script Portlet Editor (the top right-hand side panel), as shown. Step 17 Open section2_css.txt and copy/paste the content of this file into the CSS section of the Script Portlet Editor (the bottom left-hand side panel), as shown. 19

20 Step 18 Click File Save at the top of the Script Portlet Editor panel. Step 19 Observe the Preview section (the bottom right-hand side panel) of the Script Portlet Editor panel. Once you save, you should see results displayed in this section. Close the Script Portlet Editor. Step 20 Return to Eclipse and your WPMobileLab project. Open the AndroidManifest.xml file found in WPMobileLab/apps/WPMobileLabApp/android/native folder. 20

21 Step 21 Switch to the AndroidManifest.xml tab view at the bottom of the editor. Step 22 Locate the line: <uses-permissionandroid:name="android.permission.wake_lock"/> and insert the following two lines for reading and writing contacts right above it: <uses-permissionandroid:name="android.permission.read_contacts"/> <uses-permissionandroid:name="android.permission.write_contacts"/> Step 23 Save the file. 21

22 Step 24 After saving the manifest file, you may see an error indicator next to the line: The error Avoid hardcoding the debug mode... can be ignored, however if you rather had a clean project (which is recommended course of action), remove the text android:debuggable= true from the following line and save the file again: Step 25 Build the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabApp folder and selecting Run As Build All Environments. Step 26 Launch the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid project in the Project Explorer and selecting Run As Android Application. Step 27 Within the emulator, click the Log In button and wait for the emulator to respond. Step 28 Login to Portal using the fadams/passw0rd credentials (click the blue Log in bar) 22

23 Step 29 From the Home page, expand the navigation menu and select the Mobile Lab 1 link for the page you created earlier Step 30 You should now see the Portal page created above with the content from the Script Portlet. Step 31 Press the blue Add button to add a new contact. 23

24 Step 32 Fill out the form for adding a contact. When you have typed in the required contact information, press the Click to Add Contact button. Step 33 Press OK on the Save Success alert. 24

25 Step 34 Press the Home button at the bottom of the emulator, to return to the main Android home page. Step 35 Launch the People application by pressing the People icon. Step 36 When the People application is loaded, you should see the contact you created above in the list of contacts on the native phone. Step 37 Within the People application, create another new contact natively on the phone by pressing the add contact button at the bottom of the application. 25

26 Step 38 Fill out the required information, including Name and Organization. Press the DONE button when all information is entered. If prompted to create an account to backup your contacts, select Keep Local. Step 39 Click Home button to return to the main Android screen. Step 40 After the new contact is saved to the phone, return to the WPMobileLabApp by finding it on the application launcher or by pressing the switch application button on the emulator and selecting the WPMobileLabApp. 26

27 Step 41 Within the WPMobileLabApp application, click the blue Find button. Step 42 Enter the name of the contact you created using the People application. Step 43 Press the blue Click to search button. 27

28 Step 44 You should now see the WPMobileLabApp access the native contact list and display the contact you created natively, including name and organization. 28

29 Lab 3 Creating a mixed model hybrid application Up to this point, you have created an application that consumes your Portal into a natively installed mobile application. You have added a page to your Portal that takes advantage of the native capabilities of the phone by leveraging IBM Worklight within your Portal page. In some instances, however, there is need to have a native page within your application. Using IBM Worklight, you can transition between web pages and native pages within the same application. In this section, you will update the profile of the Mobile Lab 1 page you created earlier to include JavaScript and CSS that will create a native tab bar in your application using IBM Worklight. You will then update the WPMobileLabApp to include native Android pages that will be accessed using the tab bar created within the Portal. Step 1 Connect to the Portal server WebDAV fs-type1 entry point using the native file browser on the desktop. Open the File Browser by double-clicking on the virtuser's Home icon (alternatively navigate to Applications System Tools File Browser). Step 2 On the left-hand side, there should be a bookmark for Portal WebDAV fs-type1 folder. Click the folder name. You may be prompted for the Portal administrator password. 29

30 Step 3 Navigate to themes/portal8.5 within the WebDAV entrypoint. Step 4 Open a second File Browser and navigate to the Desktop/WP8.5-WorkshopLabs/Mobile-Lab/section3 helper files directory within the /home/virtuser directory. 30

31 Step 5 Copy tabbar.css from the helper files to the css directory in WebDAV. This CSS file is used to format the tab bar on the Portal page to keep a consistent appearance between the native and web pages. Depending on the versions of Android you will support for your mobile application, changes may need to be made to the styles of the tab bar. Step 6 Copy tabbar.js from the helper files to the js directory in WebDAV. This JavaScript code serves a few purposes. It first creates a navigation container at the top of the page. It then listens for a deviceready event that is fired by Worklight. When that event is fired, the tab bar is then displayed within the navigation container. The tab bar is created using the Worklight TabBar API. In the code above, the tab bar is initialized with WL.TabBar.init(). Two tabs will then be created using the WL.TabBar.addItem() function. Here you provide images and titles to use for each tab. You also provide the code to run when each tab is selected. When the NativePage tab is selected, the wpsampletabbarobj.opennativepage() function is called. 31

32 In the above function, you can provide parameters to pass into the native page that will be shown. The native page is launched using the WL.NativePage.show() function, where you specify the view to be launched. For this lab, it will be com.wpmobilelabapp.tabs, a view that you will create in the next section. You can also specify a callback function invoked when the application returns from the native pages. In the callback function, you can receive data from the native pages, through the data parameter. In the lab, the data.data value will be displayed in an alert. Step 7 Copy mobilelab.json from the helper files to the contributions directory in WebDAV. This JSON file defines a mobilelab module that prereqs the wp_worklight_ext module that is provided out of the box with WebSphere Portal 8.5. The mobilelab module provides the contributions for the JavaScript and CSS files that you copied to WebDAV above. For those two resources, a deviceclass is specified for each, worklight+android. By specifying this deviceclass, you are telling WebSphere Portal to only provide these resources when that device class equation is met. For this lab, you are saying to only provide these two files when the device class for the user is both worklight and android. This prevents your desktop users from downloading resources that are not applicable to their browser, and gives you the ability to provide a customized experience. 32

33 Step 8 Copy profile_mobilelab.json from the helper files to the profiles directory in WebDAV. This profile is a copy of the default Deferred Profile with the included mobilelab module from above. Step 9 Stop the Portal server by double-clicking on the Stop WebSphere icon on the desktop. Step 10 Wait for the server to stop (as indicated by the Server WebSphere_Portal stop completed message displayed in the terminal window). Step 11 Start the Portal server again by double-clicking on the Start WebSphere Portal icon on the desktop. The server is fully started when the Server WebSphere_Portal open for e-business message is displayed in the terminal window. 33

34 Step 12 Open Firefox browser by using the shortcut on the menu bar. Step 13 In the browser window log into the Portal using the following URL Step 14 Click one of the Log In links at the top. Step 15 Log in to Portal with the User ID fadams and password passw0rd (with a zero). Step 16 Activate the Edit Mode by clicking the Edit Mode button in the toolbar. Step 17 Navigate to Portal Home page Step 18 Select Mobile Lab 1 page tab created earlier 34

35 Step 19 Edit page properties by opening the More Menu on the right-hand side of the toolbar and selecting Edit Page Properties... Step 20 In the Manage Page Properties pop-up window, go to the Advanced tab and change the value of the Profile dropdown to MobileLab Profile. 35

36 Step 21 Scroll down to the bottom of the window and click Save to save your profile changes. Step 22 After you assigned your new profile to this page, you should not see any differences in the appearance of the page on your desktop browser. As explained above, the tabbar resources are only loaded when the page is accessed from an Android Worklight shell. Step 23 Go back to the Eclipse workspace containing the WPMobileLab project (open the project if it was closed). Step 24 Open the File Browser and navigate to the Desktop/WP8.5-Workshop-Labs/Mobile- Lab/section3 helper files directory within the /home/virtuser directory. Step 25 Right-click the layout folder and select Copy from the pop-up. You will paste this whole directory in the next step. 36

37 Step 26 Open the WPMobileLab/apps/WPMobileLabApp/android/native/res directory within Eclipse and paste the layout folder (copied in the preceding step) to the res directory in Eclipse Project Explorer. These are Android layouts that describe how the different native pages should look. 37

38 Step 27 Go back to the File Browser helper files window and select Tabs.java, NativeFragment.java and WebFragment.java found in the section3 directory (hint: hold the Ctrl key down to make multiple selections). Right-click on one of the highlighted (selected) files and select Copy from the pop-up window. Step 28 Open the WPMobileLab/apps/WPMobileLabApp/android/native/src/com/WPMobileLabApp directory within Eclipse project and right-click the WPMobileLabApp folder name. Select Paste from the pop-up window to paste files copied in the preceding step to this directory in the Eclipse project. The content of this directory should look like shown below. 38

39 Step 29 The three files copied above create different views and the logic behind those views. WebFragment.java is a simple class that inflates the webpage view. NativeFragrment.java handles the layout of the nativepage view as well as the logic behind the native controls.tabs.java handles the overall native tab container for the native application. It also sets up the communication between the native Android page and the Portal page that launched the native page. Step 30 Open each of those three Java files and verify the very first line in each file (the java package statement) specifies the name as shown (i.e. com.wpmobilelabapp ). If not, update the line and save the file. Step 31 In the Eclipse Project Explorer, open WPMobileLab/apps/WPMobileLabApp/android/native/AndroidManifest.xml. Step 32 Locate the Preference Activity section and add the following line: <activity android:name="com.wpmobilelabapp.tabs"></activity> Step 33 Build the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabApp folder and selecting Run As Build All Environments. Step 34 Launch the application by right-clicking on the WPMobileLabWPMobileLabAppAndroid project in the Project Explorer and selecting Run As Android Application. 39

40 Step 35 Once the application has loaded in the emulator, log into Portal using fadams/passw0rd credentials and navigate to the Mobile Lab 1 page. Step 36 Observe now that in addition to the Add and Find contact functionality that was created earlier in the lab, there is now a tab bar at the top of the page. This tab bar is created using the Worklight APIs that were discussed earlier in this section and applied to this page with the profile that was created and assigned to this page. The WEB PAGE tab gets the default focus (as indicated by the blue line beneath it). In this case,, the content of the application is being pulled from WebSphere Portal, as shown below. Click the NATIVE PAGE tab. 40

41 Step 37 The new screen that you should now see is completely native to Android and comes from the layouts and Java classes that were copied into the project. While the view is completely native, there are mechanisms to connect the native and Portal experiences, as described above. 41

42 Step 38 Type in some text into the field and press Save (Pass Value). Step 39 Click on the WEB PAGE tab. Step 40 You should now return to the Mobile Lab 1 page with the Add and Find contacts portlet. However, you should get an alert when the page is loaded that contains the text that was entered on the native page. Click OK to dismiss the alert window. 42

43 At this point, you have updated your simple hybrid application to a mixed model hybrid application. Your application pulls in your Portal into a natively installed application (section 1 of the lab), leverages native capabilities of the mobile device(section 2), and includes native Android pages (section 3). This lab introduced you to the out of the box integration between IBM WebSphere Portal 8.5 and IBM Worklight. Leveraging IBM Worklight, you can easily consume your Portal into a mobile application and extend it to take advantage of the native capabilities of various mobile devices. This allows you to quickly extend your reach by giving you a presence in mobile app stores for your Portal. You have successfully completed this lab! END OF LAB 43

44 Appendix A Installing IBM Worklight Studio In this Appendix, we are describing the setup process that we have used to prepare the mobile application development environment used in this Lab. This environment includes Eclipse, IBM Worklight Studio and the Android Development Tools (ADT). 1. Installing Eclipse IDE IBM Worklight Studio runs as a solution within Eclipse. Before installing IBM Worklight Studio, Eclipse must first be installed in your development environment. 1. Download Eclipse from In this lab, we are using Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers Version (Kepler). Any version of Eclipse that is supported by IBM Worklight Studio may be used. 2. Follow the operating system-specific instructions for installing Eclipse into your development environment. The steps that follow are specific for this lab image. 3. Unpack the.tar.gz file downloaded above into /home/virtuser/ directory 4. Verify that you have a compatible version of Java installed on the system and available on the path. 2. Installing IBM Worklight Studio IBM Worklight Studio is an Eclipse solution that installs into an existing Eclipse environment. Now that Eclipse is installed, you can install IBM Worklight Studio. 1. Open a terminal window and invoke (type in)./eclipse command found in the /home/virtuser/eclipse directory to launch Eclipse (alternatively go to the desktop of the virtual image and click Eclipse icon, if it has been added to the desktop) 2. Create the new workspace /home/virtuser/workspace/mobile. 3. Once Eclipse loads, select Help Eclipse Marketplace In the search bar, enter Worklight and press the Go button. 44

45 5. Find the IBM Worklight Studio solution and press the Install button 6. Select all features listed under IBM Worklight Studio and press Next.. 7. Accept the licenses and press Finish. 8. When prompted, restart Eclipse. 45

46 3. Install and Setup Android Development Tools plugin for Eclipse The Android Development Tools (ADT) allows you to create and test your mobile applications within an Android environment. You will be able to test your applications using various Android SDK levels, including the latest one. It also gives you access to the Android Virtual Device manager. The Android Virtual Device manager provides the emulator environment for testing your mobile applications, rather than having to use physical devices. 1. Install the Android Developer Tools plugin, following the instructions at 2. After restarting Eclipse, you will be prompted to select the location of the Android SDK. The Android SDK is installed at /home/virtuser/android-sdk-linux 3. Download and install the Android SDK packages for the SDK levels you want to test and build for using the instructions at In this lab, Android 4.4.2(API 19) and Android 4.3(API 18) were installed. 4. Create a new Android Virtual Device for testing within the Android emulator, using the instructions at In this lab, we used the settings shown below. 46

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