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What Domino Makes Trivial Number One: State Management

Don Mottolo makes a good point in his comment on my recent blog post, that there are aspects of other web frameworks that make it a non-trivial task. This is also really why some people talking about Domino are talking about “mid coders” and “pro coders”. And it’s also why the terms don’t really exist …

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How Do I Use XXXX Java / JavaScript in XPages?

A common request seems to be how do I use XXXX Java or JavaScript project in XPages. One of the strengths of XPages was that it made the approaches more standard. So the answer is often less an XPages question, and more a generic web development question. There are a few caveats, but many of …

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Whither XPages?

Some years ago I wrote a blog post called “Whither the Notes Client”. At the time (2012) XPages was flourishing, the Notes browser plugin (subsequently ICAA) was being launched, Symphony was being stopped and the IBM-specific enhancements routed back to Apache OpenOffice and iNotes was being integrated into what is now Connections Cloud. My takeaway …

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From XPages to Web App Part Fifteen: Key Dates Filterable View

Table of Contents Introduction Part One – The Application Part Two – XPages Advanced 1 Part Three: XPages Advanced Database Separation Part Four: XPages Advanced Document Wrapper Part Five: XPages Advanced MVC Controller Part Six: Use of OpenNTF Domino API Part Seven: OSGi Application Development Introduction Part Eight: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Part …

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From XPages to Web App Part Fourteen: Calendar View

Table of Contents Introduction Part One – The Application Part Two – XPages Advanced 1 Part Three: XPages Advanced Database Separation Part Four: XPages Advanced Document Wrapper Part Five: XPages Advanced MVC Controller Part Six: Use of OpenNTF Domino API Part Seven: OSGi Application Development Introduction Part Eight: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Part …

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My Session at IBM Connect

Earlier this week I delivered my session at IBM Connect. It was good fun and thanks to all who attended. I’ve posted my slides, which are also available below. There are a couple of additions to the slide deck originally posted to the Event Connect site. As those at the session will remember, the session …

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IBM Connect 2016: Anyone for Bingo?

Firstly, a disclaimer, sorry to anyone not attending the conference, this blog post is only relevant to attendees. On Tuesday at 1.15pm in Florida 5 I’ll be delivering my session “Marty, You’re Just Not Thinking Fourth Dimensionally”: Troubleshooting XPages. The session will be XPages-focussed, with an XPages demo application. But there’s more. Back to the …

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Using Vaadin on Domino

Late last year I was approached to write a blog post about using Vaadin on Domino and in particular the new Vaadin Designer. After my work for the current blog series on moving from XPages to a web application, I felt capable of doing it justice, even though there are others in the community like …

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From XPages to Web App Part Thirteen: Application Structure

Table of Contents Introduction Part One – The Application Part Two – XPages Advanced 1 Part Three: XPages Advanced Database Separation Part Four: XPages Advanced Document Wrapper Part Five: XPages Advanced MVC Controller Part Six: Use of OpenNTF Domino API Part Seven: OSGi Application Development Introduction Part Eight: OSGi JAX-RS REST Access with ODA Part …

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