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Domino 10 App Dev Thoughts – Be Scared, Be Excited

Today’s webinar on Domino 10 brought a lot of announcements. I won’t cover the announcements about Notes Client here – we were teased about a slimmer client and auto-updating of that client, but I’m sure we’ll find out more at IBM Think. I’ve already blogged my thoughts about the Notes Client as well. There are …

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Back-End Developers Are From Mars, Front-End Developer Are From Venus

First of all, I’m not saying back-end developers are real men or are the only ones who have “Curiosity”! But I’ve begun to realise more and more that XPages developers are either back-end or front-end, features or look & feel. In the old days of Notes Client development, the two were so tightly coupled that …

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XPages Error Pages: Partial Refresh and JavaScript

Some weeks ago I was discussing an XPages query with a colleague from the community. I’d created a custom error page for my application and it worked well. But on some occasions, the buttons or links on my error page were not working. Eventually I tracked it down to confirm that the buttons or links …

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XPages and Java: Design Refresh

The XPages Help Application for OpenNTF was my first attempt at using Java beans in XPages. I expected some challenges and wasn’t disappointed. I’ve already blogged about one of the most challenging, that some properties of Domino objects are still available even after the object has been recycled. Another I came across was when refreshing …

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