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Eclipse Theia: Initial Thoughts on A New IDE

Last week Stephan Wissel pointed me towards Eclipse Theia, an open source cloud and desktop IDE platform written in TypeScript. This provides the VS Code experience in a browser. Firstly, there are some assumptions and misconceptions that are worth addressing for people coming from a Notes / Domino background. That Eclipse, Not That Eclipse Domino …

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Docker and Data

One of the frustrations I have with trying new technologies is when the documentation covers a specific operating system, especially when it combines another technology that requires a certain level of understanding. I had that recently with a new product where the Docker commands for creating a container were given, with no explanation about them. …

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Domino on Linux – Two Key Points for Developers

For a couple of weeks I’ve been working with Domino V10 on Docker, partly to use the App Dev Pack which is only available on Linux for the beta. There are a couple of gotchas that developers may fall into and may require changes of design. The first is that all file names and folder …

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The Changing Domino Environment Architecture

This article has been prompted by my previous one on Domino application development. One of the major differences between Domino application development in the past and the approaches for Node.js-related development in the future is architecture. But part of that could also be an inhibitor for existing customers, because of the incubated world of Domino. …

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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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Scheduling XPages Code – Part Three

In the previous part I covered setting up Node-RED, in my scenario as a Docker image. Triggering Domino code on schedule is surprisingly straightforward, requiring just two nodes. The first is the inject node and the second is the http request node. The inject node allows a process to be scheduled. The payload for the …

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