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Getting Started with vSphere Web Client Programming – Setting up your development environment

As promised in last week’s post, here is the first  installment in a 3-part video series entitled Getting Started with vSphere Web Client Programming which will provide some insights as well as some deep-dive training and step-by-step demonstrations and examples of how you can setup a platform for developing your own solutions for the vSphere Web Client.

This video shows developers how to set up a platform for developing vSphere Web Client (VWC) solutions. It does this by:

  • Listing the vSphere environment necessary for developing VWC solutions
  • Listing the tool-chain required for developing VWC solutions
  • Showing a screencast of the download, installation, and configuration of the tool-chain
  • Showing a screencast of importing the VWC SDK (Software Development Kit) sample code into an STS (SpringSource Tool Suite) project

After watching this video, learners should be able to create their own development environment on a Microsoft Windows platform and import sample projects into their STS workspace.

Note: As these three videos are aimed at providing a full class-room like training experience of the subject matter, the videos are actually quite long in duration with each video ranging between 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Our second installment will be uploaded tomorrow (Thursday 15th November) and the final part will be uploaded on Friday the 16th, so stay tuned!


Note: For best viewing results, ensure that the 720p quality setting is selected and view in full screen mode.

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