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XPages Mobile Controls: Mobile Value Picker Project

Over the weekend, as part of the third XPages contest on OpenNTF and based upon the series on this blog, I contributed the Mobile Value Picker project to OpenNTF. Niklas Heidloff has written a great blog post about the project and also recorded a video demonstrating the control. The control allows you to use a …

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XPages Mobile Controls and Value Pickers Part Four: Server-Side Approach

I started off this tutorial series on mobile value picker with a discussion about some key differences between desktop browser development and mobile browser development. One of the key differentiators I discussed was connectivity. That was why this series has so far focussed on an approach that predominantly used Client-Side JavaScript and avoided interaction with …

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XPages Mobile Controls and Value Pickers Part Three: Client-Side Approach Extended

From some feedback to yesterday’s post, that code works fine if all you want to do is create a new document. So, I’ve gone away and come up with some amendments and improvements. First of all, I’ve moved the New User button into the Page Heading control’s action facet. Again I use the Move to …

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More Dojo Charting: A Couple of Goodies

During February Bob Balfe has been blogging 28 days of Dojo. To tie in with that I’ve decided now is a good time to blog about a couple of charting enhancements I included in my Lotusphere session with Dave Leedy, XPages: Enter The Dojo. The first is new functionality available with Dojo 1.5.0 to add …

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Dojox Charting Tutorial – Part Six: Charts for Navigation

It’s been a while since I last wrote anything on dojox charting, but there is always more. Anyone who was at BLUG or has downloaded the sample database I created for that session will have seen that I extended dojox charting to allow the user to click on a pie chart and navigate through the …

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Dojox Charting Tutorial – Part Six: Appendices

As I said in Part One, this series came about through an awareness of dojox charting and a desire to investigate its suitability to replace our current third-party solution. At the time I was not aware of NotesReconn on OpenNTF, which recently won second place in the TeamStudio Spotlight awards, and that’s definitely on my radar now …

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Dojox Charting Tutorial – Part Five: Line Chart HTML Markup

In the previous parts of this tutorial (accessible from the link on the left-hand side of this page) I have shown how to use the dojox charting code to create pie charts, bar charts, column charts, and a line chart via javascript. In this part, I will create a line chart similar to the one created in …

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Dojox Charting Tutorial – Part Three: Column and Bar Charts

In Part One I have given some background and generic code quired on any page showing a dojo chart. In Part Two I added a series using javascript onto my XPage and generated a pie chart. In Part Three I will cover the other two chart types shown on my first demo page, column charts …

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Dojox Charting Tutorial – Part Two: Creating Series and Generating the Pie Chart

In Part One I covered the generic code elements required on the XPage before we get as far as creating the data for the chart and the chart itself. Now we get into the interesting stuff. Creating a Series The first part of the chart is the series. What I’m looking to produce is an array …

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