Today Ant and I did a quick demo of sMash at SAP Inside Track London 2009, an unconference organized by Darren Hague and Nigel James. The idea was to show how sMash could be used to rapidly script up situational web apps (aka “satellite apps”) that integrate with SAP and provide extra, peripheral functionality.
After the talk, Dennis Howlett fired a few questions at me on camera:
What a brilliant day and an great way to learn about SAP & meet SAP mentors!
I now have a few sMash apps sitting on my VPS, running on different ports. I wanted to be able to access each of them on their own subdomain – like this :
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It took less than an hour to get this blog up and running on WebSphere sMash on a Virtual Private Server, starting from nothing at all. Here’s how you can get started too:
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