Posted by: Mark Fontecchio
IBM has announced an update to its WebSphere Portlet Factory, a Windows-based software package meant to help in development of J2EE applications.
The software runs on top of WebSphere Application Server (WAS) and supports the System i operating systems of IBM i and i5/OS.
With version 6.1.2, IBM has delivered several enhancements that it says speeds development and maintenance of portals, which is always a concern. One of those features is the capability to rapidly “re-brand” an entire Web portal with a centralized theme from one location.
The new version is meant to help developers get Web 2.0 applications running faster than in earlier versions.