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  • W3C Launches Push for Social Web Application Interoperability

    Posted in News on July 21, 2014

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    W3C and OpenSocial Foundation Increase Collaboration to Reduce Fragmentation

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  • UCSF’s Eric Meeks to Lead OpenSocial Gadget Modernization Project

    Posted in News on June 2, 2014

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    meeks2 (2)The OpenSocial Foundation is excited to announce that Eric Meeks, Technical Lead, CTSI at the UCSF School of Medicine has accepted the position of Project Leader for the OpenSocial Gadget Modernization project.… Read the rest

  • OpenSocial @ SAP HANA Cloud Portal

    Posted in News, Showcase on April 14, 2014

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    The following is a guest post from members of the SAP HANA Cloud Portal team. The OpenSocial Foundation thanks Ohad Yassin, Ifat Shwartz, Rafi Pinto and Eliel Schurman

    SAP HANA Cloud Portal is a cloud-based solution for fast and easy portal site creation. SAP HANA Cloud Portal lets users build, brand, and publish external and internal web sites. Portal sites created using Cloud Portal can be consumed on both a desktop and on mobile devices. The product leverages top SAP assets:

    1. Built-in support for the SAP HANA in-memory database
    2. Rapid development of on-demand applications using the secure development environment of SAP HANA Cloud

    * For more information checkout our documentation: https://help.hana.ondemand.com/cloud_portal/frameset.htm?63b4a7d6e6594048ab07ae9b6c1a71af.html

    Why OpenSocial?

    In the early days of SAP HANA Cloud Portal, two main questions were:

    1. How can we let users leverage our platform and create awesome, customized and scenario-specific widgets, while providing an open framework and using state of the art technologies?
    2. How can we aggregate multiple applications originating from different domains in one web page, overcoming cross-domain issues?
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