Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tip: Finding the Right Method in the RTC API

My colleague Robin Yehle (I don’t know why they call her that – I’ve never head her raise her voice) posted a great tip on how to use Plug-in Spy to help you discover which part of the RTC API … Continue reading

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RTC Extensions Landing Page

Good news – the RTC Extensions Landing Page is now live on Jazz.net! This is the first place you want to go if you are trying to learn or research extensions. The landing page pulls together all the pieces of … Continue reading

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The First Rule of RTC Extensions: Let Someone Else Write It

I was talking with Stephen Hunt a few days ago about RTC Extensions. Stephen’s the manager of the Integration Engineering Team (IET) at IBM Rational. It turns out that he’s got a cost-effective way of developing RTC Extensions: Let someone … Continue reading

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