10 Reasons All Companies Should Use Open Source

After one of my sessions at IBM Connect I was approached by a developer whose company would not use open source. The comment made me despair more than a little and has festered for some time. I’ve used code and projects from OpenNTF for many, many years before subsequently contributing to OpenNTF. Obviously as a

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Test Your Regular Expressions In Domino Designer

Fredrik Norling blogged yesterday about using Regular Expressions to validate in XPages (but also traditional Domino web development). There is one option for validating using regular expressions that Fredrik didn’t mention, and it’s well worth covering. Because although you can find a lot of regular expressions on the web, writing your own or modifying regular

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Domino 8.5.3: Greater Power Over Dojo. Thanks IBM For Your Work

I’ve been rather busy today so I’m yet to upgrade to Domino 8.5.3 but there are a host of goodies in the new release, not least for XPages developers. While preparing for my session at Lotusphere last year one of the areas I looked at was managing the Dojo version used by XPages. With research

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Dojo 1.6 Released – Spider Charts, Gantt Charts & Interactive Legends. Too Late For 8.5.3?

Thanks to a tweet from Per Henrik Lausten I was alerted to the release of Dojo 1.6. There are quite a few big changes most notably use of “dojo-data-type” for widgets. This is a huge change but one which has been made to fit in with HTML5 standards. I haven’t followed the discussions in depth

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