Next week I have the honour of joining Andrew Manby, Jason Gary and John Jardin in the next #Domino2025, “Node.js and Domino V10 Essentials – What You Need to Know“. The overview of the session is as follows:

Spend this session with some of the Domino community’s application development experts, Paul Withers and John Jardin, to learn how they are approaching the creation of new Domino applications using the latest frameworks and languages such as node.js and JavaScript. Also, how this approach works for application modernization too.

What you will learn is:
– an introduction to node.js, JavaScript, and
– the use cases, best practices and how best to get started
– how Domino V10 and Node.js deliver unique value to developers
– what this means for your existing Domino application investments
This is just the beginning, there will be more information on this exciting innovation in the coming months.

Even though the focus is on a JavaScript UI and highlighting the new DominoDB node module coming with Domino 10, the session will also highlight why a broader awareness is important whether you prefer a JavaScript framework for your UI, whether you’re just building a backend API without a UI, whether you’re developing an XPages application or a Notes Client application.

It also focuses heavily on Domino at the heart of everything, with multiple UIs.

Regardless of your focus, this promises to be a very important webinar for all Domino developers. Domino 10 will definitely have a lot to offer for everyone, with plenty of opportunities to embrace.

4 thoughts on “#Domino2025 Webcast June 28th – Important for All Developers”

  1. Although already registered, it turns out that I have to instead attend another meeting. Will the webcast be available for reply at a later time?

  2. Benjamin Kruger


    Very interesting ehat is happening to Domino! We are using mainly xPages for our web application, and I am very interested in the Node-Red integration. I think its definitely a good way to merge the «IBM ecosystem» with anything else. But what IS DominoDB? Will it be a Node-Red component also, or just a node npm lib?

    Best regards

    1. It’s just an nom module. But Node-RED nodes are pretty straightforward, from looking at the Connections ones. There is plenty of potential for Node-RED nodes to be contributed on open source, e.g OpenNTF. V10 beta 2 is due late July, which will answer those questions.

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