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Application Architecture for WebSphere: A Practical Approach to Building WebSphere Applications by Joey Bernal

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Chapter 6 Investing in a Portal

A good follow-up to the discussion about the presentation layer is the concept of using a portal framework. Portals are based on a pluggable component architecture and are all about delivering diverse information that is relevant to the end user. The presentation of this information is accomplished via an aggregation framework that assembles the appropriate markup fragments within the context of a consistent user experience. In Chapter 5, “Presentation Frameworks,” I discussed briefly some of the features that a presentation framework might bring to your project, enabling you to standardize on an approach and enabling your developers to focus on the features that are important to the users of your application. ...

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