Convenience at a cost: comparing Domino Java APIs performance (standard, ODA, JNA) 

By Mark Leusink | 5/12/17 9:56 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

I’m into performance at the moment, trying to solve some nasty issues in one of the applications I work on. While researching the topic I came across Karsten Lehmann’s Domino JNA project that allows you to use some low-level C-API methods using Java. It contains functions that are very useful in my scenario, but I also wondered how the library performed. So I wrote some basic tests, comparing JNA with the ‘standard’ (or ‘legacy’) Domino API and, while I was at it, the org.openntf.domino (ODA) API.

Domino Server for Developers Entitlement Announced 

By Paul Withers | 5/9/17 9:27 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Today at Engage Ed Brill announced that in Q3 there will be a Domino server licensing entitlement for developers. Yes, you read that correct. There are still some logistics to be finalised (e.g. access to feature packs to keep up to date), but this is great news.

High Performance REST Applications (3) – Importing the Starter Project 

By Sven Hasselbach | 4/24/17 8:43 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Now you can import the projects required from Git. To get the URI, you have to open https://github.com/hasselbach/ and select the repository „ch.hasselba.concurrent„. Click the „Clone or download„-Button and copy the URI from the opening box.

High Performance REST Applications (2) – Dev Environment 

By Sven Hasselbach | 4/23/17 8:46 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Before you can start developing a Servlet as an OSGi Plugins, you must set up a development environment first. To do this, download Eclipse IDE (Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers) and XPages SDK from OpenNTF (The XPages SDK is a helper to create the JRE environment and the Target Platform).