IBM: 2 LOG/Notes 2 - IBM Technical Developer Conference, 13.-16. Aug. 2001, San Francisco 2001.

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Aug. 2001: 15 Wednesday
Topic
FollowUp/ToDo
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Topic:
Wednesday
15.08.00
10:30-12:45
David Reich
Speech Development: WebSphere Voice Server
10
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Name:
Topic:
14:30-15:30
ET104
Thiery Mayeur
Lotus Translation Components
ToDo
- Deploy LTTS in GCC
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Name:
Topic:
14:30-15:30
ET104
Thiery Mayeur
Lotus Translation Components
12
Date:

Name:

Topic:
15:45-16:45
EW118
Roy Bowen
Becky Gibson
Developing Collaborative e-business Applications Using JSP Tags
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Name:
Topic:
17:00-18:00
EW119
Jeff Calow
High Performance Collaborative Web Applications
Meeting with Steve Handel GCC-OF Office
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Material
HW303_WebSphere_HotMedia.pdf

IBM's WebSphere HotMedia is an authoring tool that makes possible the efficient creation of rich media
graphical objects for web sites. HotMedia is a set of tools for content creation and a set of Java applets that
allows end user interaction with rich-media graphic objects. HotMedia content can include multi-track
animations, panoramas, rotations, zooms, streaming audio synchronized with HTML, video, and 3-D. Hot links
and JavaScript can also be utilized. HotMedia objects are easily added to a Web page using tools such as
WebSphere Studio, Homepage Builder, or WebSphere Commerce Suite. No plug-ins and no special servers are
needed. In this workshop, attendees will use HotMedia to create rich-media graphical content, will place content
in web pages, and will test results using browsers. Participants will learn advanced capabilities including
hyperlinking, animation, synchronizing audio with rich media and managing video. Upon completion, attendees
should be able to develop rich HotMedia objects and to incorporate them into web sites. Attendees will learn
how HotMedia objects can be utilized by the WebSphere Family, and other related IBM technologies. Web site:
http://www.ibm.com/hotmedia Prerequisites - General knowledge of the Internet and web development.
Familiarity with some web authoring tool useful, but not necessary. No specific HTML experience is needed.
Attendees will not write any HTML, but will use a high level authoring tool.
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