Plugin Development – Take a Dive

This week the “Creating and Deploying a Java Plugin for Notes and Symphony” lab from Lotusphere has been added to the Notes and Domino wiki by Shane Kilmon, an excellent IBMer who was helped me a lot with a plugin development project of my own at the end of last year. Those who have used …

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NotesIn9: F4 Is Your Friend

A whle ago I wrote a blog post on Formatting Dates on Links, which talked about using F4 to identify the methods of the underlying XPages Java classes. It’s something I’ve done for a while ever since Tim Tripcony and Nathan Freeman told me about it. It’s a technique which has proved particularly useful when …

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A Host of XPages and Dojo Resurces

Two and a half years ago when I started working with XPages, there was a relative paucity of support materials. Declan Lynch’s 50-odd introduction was a god-send as were blog posts from John Mackey and Matt White. The Dojo documentation was okay, but the implementation of Dojo 1.1.1 was very limiting. There had been sessions …

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William Grant

We chose Intec to help us deliver our EDI migration project due to their wealth of experience in our industry. This has proven to be the right decision as they have been a vital part of the project success.

XPages Help Application v1.2.0

Last night a new release of the XPages Help Application was launched on OpenNTF. For those who haven’t seen it, this is an XPages framework for managing online help content. The application demonstrates extensive use of themes, use of Java managed beans, and an implementation of the OpenLog Java class specifically designed for use in …

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GMail Learns from Lotus iNotes

The twittersphere and the internet are all buzzing with the news that Gmail has added a preview pane, learning from tablets. An article circulated from Twitter calls it “heart-warming” and “exciting” and says it will make Gmail “more awesome than ever”. Google for “preview pane gmail” and you’ll not find any shortage of articles. Excuse me, because …

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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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Open University

Intec provided the team with a mentoring package using the skills of its very experienced XPages development staff. This has proved to be a hugely effective relationship for the team and has brought the programmers up to speed with new levels of confidence and ability very quickly.


We have found Intec to be a particularly helpful and knowledgeable Business Partner who have taken the time to gain a thorough understanding of our business and have consequently recommended and implemented solutions which are proving to be of significant benefit to us.

United Registrar of Systems

When we decided to replace our core line of business software we found Intec to be good listeners who quickly understood our business process requirements and were innovative and flexible in their proposed solution.
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