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This document is intended as a guide for developers to leverage the SOAP and REST web services available as part of the Novell Identity Manager Roles Based Provisioning Module (RBPM).
You have Novell Data Synchronizer. It works great to sync GroupWise and SugarCRM, but you have other applications in your enterprise that would benefit from the ability to simultaneously synchronize data with GroupWise, SugarCRM or other applications.
The Novell Data Synchronizer Developer Kit provides the information you need.
It's pretty hard these days to miss all the hype around Apple's iPhone, iPod Touch and the App Store. Thousands of applications are available for just about anything you could think of and quite a few you might not want to think about. Until now a developer who wished to create applications for this fast growing market had to learn Apple's Objective-C. But no more!
Using MonoTouch (http://monotouch.net) developers can now use their Mono (or .NET) skills to create applications that run on the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
Novell Partners who produce printing devices may now test and submit certification requests for their devices that use Novell's iPrint technology.
In today's environment there are ever-increasing demands on businesses to monitor and track so much of their network activity that tools such as Novell Sentinel have become an absolute necessity for managing a enterprise. The beta release of the Sentinel SDK provides developers with the tools they need to build plug-ins that extend the basic functionality of Sentinel and allow customization to fit the business's specific requirements.
What do you get when you put the best user interface for Netbooks on top of the best open source Linux distribution? The Moblin v2.0 beta technology preview built on openSUSE!!
Novell offers support for Mono 2.4 deployments on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. With the release of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Mono Extension developers can now develop and deploy applications that are built using Mono and/or Microsoft's .NET framework.