OAuth 2.0 clients in Java programming, Part 3: Authorization code grant

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This multi-part series will help you develop a generic and reusable
OAuth 2.0 client that can be used to interface with any OAuth 2.0-compliant
server. Part 1 explained how to implement the resource owner password
credentials grant. Part 2 described how to implement the client credentials
grant. Now, Part 3 teaches you how to implement the authorization code
grant.

Integrating FindBugs, CheckStyle and Cobertura with Rational Team Concert build system

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This article discusses the integration of quality assurance tools FindBugs, CheckStyle and Cobertura with IBM Rational Team Concert. This integration reduces defect generation when compiling and building an application. It improves the code quality of the application while performing the day-to-day build job. This technique can be used cross-platform with products and applications built on Java technology.

Explore MQTT and the Internet of Things service on IBM Bluemix

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For interconnecting devices and applications, the Internet of Things
(IoT) service in Bluemix is simple but powerful, thanks to MQTT (Message Queue
Telemetry Transport). In this tutorial, see how MQTT works effectively behind
the IoT service, and follow an easy process to build apps using the IoT
service with Java and the Node-RED editor.

Use a Liberty JAAS login module for Bluemix single sign-on

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This tutorial provides a technique for Liberty-aware authentication with the Bluemix SSO service.
Create a sample app that uses the Bluemix SSO service for user login; the Liberty server creates all
necessary objects (Subject, Principal, Session) upon successful authentication. A Liberty app can obtain
Bluemix SSO capabilities using JAAS authentication with the SSO service so that your authentication
mechanism is abstracted from application code.

Build a data mining app using Java, Weka, and the dashDB service

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The dashDB (formerly known as Analytics Warehouse and BLU
Acceleration) service provides data warehousing and analytics as a service on IBM Bluemix.
Developers can develop and deploy a heavy-duty analytic application using blazing-fast IBM
BLU database technology offered in the cloud. Learn how to develop a data mining application
using the Weka statistical analysis tool and leveraging the IBM BLU columnar database.

Bluemix fundamentals: Deploy a sample Node.js application to the cloud

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Get started working in the cloud using the language and tools you're
already familiar with as a web developer. In this tutorial, learn how to run,
modify, test, and deploy a simple Node.js app to the cloud. Once you deploy
the app to Bluemix, IBM's cloud development platform, anyone on the Internet
can access it.

Bluemix fundamentals: Deploy a sample PHP application to the cloud

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Get started working in the cloud using the language and tools you're
already familiar with as a web developer. In this tutorial, learn how to run,
modify, test, and deploy a simple PHP app to the cloud. Once you deploy the
app to Bluemix, IBM's cloud development platform, anyone on the Internet can
access it.

Bluemix fundamentals: Set up team collaboration and automatic deployments for your Java app

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In this tutorial, learn the basics of storing your application code in a
Git repository hosted at DevOps Services,
pushing code to that repository, and configuring a multi-stage Delivery
Pipeline for automatic deployment. The pipeline is
triggered whenever you or someone on your team pushes code to your Git
repository.

Bluemix fundamentals: Set up team collaboration and automatic deployments for your Node.js app

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In this tutorial, learn the basics of storing your application code in a
Git repository hosted at DevOps Services,
pushing code to that repository, and configuring a multi-stage Delivery
Pipeline for automatic deployment. The pipeline is
triggered whenever you or someone on your team pushes code to your Git
repository.

Bluemix fundamentals: Set up team collaboration and automatic deployments for your PHP app

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In this tutorial, learn the basics of storing your application code in a
Git repository hosted at DevOps Services,
pushing code to that repository, and configuring a multi-stage Delivery
Pipeline for automatic deployment. The pipeline is
triggered whenever you or someone on your team pushes code to your Git
repository.

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