As promised, here is the presentation I gave today at the Mobile Tech Conference in Frankfurt. Enjoy and leave me comments in case you have questions!
CORS is a W3C effort (working draft status at the time of writing) to introduce a standard mechanism for enabling cross-domain requests in web browsers and participating servers (spec is here). I've blogged about this already, as it is pretty simple to add basic support for CORS to your HTTP Responses. As... read more →
The hybris eCommerce APIs support the JSON and XML response formats. While many clients to the API will prefer to work directly with low level JSON and XML Objects (e.g. JSONObject from org.json), some developers will of course prefer to work with deserialized Objects such as SearchResult, Product or Facet.... read more →
My recent blog posts were all about OAuth2 from a client perspective. We covered the main flows (Authorization Code Flow, Implicit Flow, Resource Owner Password Flow and Client Credentials Flow) and also discussed how access tokens can be refreshed. To quickly get started, I also showed you how you can... read more →
The hybris eCommerce platform is very extensible, which is a very good thing as it provides our partners with a lot of flexibility when it comes to specific customer projects. Each extension is stored in its own directory and has a file called extensioninfo.xml. The following file is the extensioninfo.xml... read more →