Developing for Performance 

By Paul Withers | 8/18/17 3:33 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

One of the themes which crops up from time to time in Domino application development and beyond is the theme of “performance”. It’s a topic which makes me grit my teeth because of the basic premise. Most articles start from what, for me, is a narrow terms of reference: performance optimisation being about how quick a specific amount of data can be served to a specific environment.

MWLUG 2017 – Slides 

By Kathy Brown | 8/11/17 9:01 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

As promised, and possibly the fastest I’ve ever put up slides after an event, here are my slides from my session at MWLUG 2017! MWLUG2017-MakingTheShift My session was about developers making the shift from Notes/Domino and XPages developers to modern web developers, using Angular and Node as the example.

Dojox Charting Update - Part Two 

By Paul Withers | 8/10/17 1:21 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

First of all, with the demo database, there are a couple of basic, standard changes. The first is that I’m using the XPages extension library, so that’s enabled in the Xsp Properties. That’s used for the Java code, to leverage the ExtLibUtil class to give easy access to standard XPages objects and virtually every Java XPages developer will be using ExtLibUtil.

My MWLUG presentation: Elementary! 

By Karl-Henry Martinsson | 8/9/17 11:33 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Yesterday I presented at MWLUG, and I want to share my presentation with both the ones attending and anyone who was not able to be there. I am posting two version, one with just the slides, and one with speaker notes, where I tried to capture the content, if not the exact verbiage of the session. I hope to be able to post the demo database with the code later this week or early next week.

SmartNSF Beta 4 released 

By Martin Jinoch | 7/21/17 5:31 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Go get the fresh release of SmartNSF to, give it a go a let us know what you think! Changelog is available in the wiki as is the documentation.