In a recent post, Kathy Brown showed how to alternate row colors, in XPages. In this post, I’ll show how to take that a step further and dynamically set the row color based on data in the row.
As part of the XPages development contest sponsored by WebGate Consulting AG which is part of the Appathon sponsored by IBM developerWorks, Ferry Kranenburg has contributed a project called Xpages Document Properties. Below is Ferry's description.
Arguably the most dangerous thing you could ever do in XPages – let other people use your eval() in their SSJS
I’ve seen some requests in the last few days for the OpenNTF Domino API to support DIIOP sessions because people want to run their code directly from Eclipse.
Do you use Domino JAVA API a lot? Tired with all these NotesException or recycle() ? You probably noticed already but I have to emphasize myself. OpenNTF Domino API is great!!
The following demonstration steps through installing and configuring the new IBM ODBC driver for Notes/Domino 9 (formerly Notes SQL driver).
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is not just a trend anymore, it's becoming a reality for today's successful organizations. The growing mobile workforce expects to connect to the corporate network anytime, anywhere, using the mobile device of their choice.
Over the past three months the team at Red Pill Development has been working closely with Salvation Army to develop redpill Mobile. Two weeks ago we went live deploying a portfolio of 24 applications for the US Southern Territory.
At IBM's Impact 2013, we captured thoughts from some of the leading business partners and alliances who have embraced the opportunity for building mobile enterprise solutions. I wanted to highlight the video here specifically because part of my daily effort is to help expand the IBM MobileFirst ecosystem...whether through our messages, programs, or partnerships.
Since my initial tinkering with Couchbase, I've been idly thinking about improvements to the data sources and potential uses I may have for it.
Getting Started IBM NotesDomino 9.0 Social Edition is supported OpenSocial components so that we can integrate more business applications by using OpenSocial Gadgets. Also, we can integrate application inside to email by using OpenSocial technologies as an Embedded Experience Mail.
In this article I will demonstrate how grouping can be added to the EXTJS grid within your XPage and how the number of rows within that group can be totalled and displayed to the user.
If you’re not used to the fact that all component values are treated as strings by default, it can seem strange when you check the value of a checkbox component and expect a boolean return value.
In a xPage project the customer asked us if the following would be possible: ” When the content of the richtext editor exceeds the height of the richtext editor we want to have it expanded” . And this is ofcourse possible!
As part of the XPages development contest sponsored by WebGate Consulting AG which is part of the Appathon sponsored by IBM developerWorks, Kateryna Czerniachowska and Grzegorz Pawlak have contributed a project called GeoJSON Map.
An IBM Notes and Domino 9 Social Edition versus Microsoft SharePoint 2013 competitive sales kit has been released by The Edison Group commissioned by IBM.
This is Part 4 of a series that explains how to use IBM® Rational® Application Developer for WebSphere® Software and IBM® Worklight together to develop applications for mobile devices, including those that run Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Microsoft Windows Metro operating systems.
Notes Traveler 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 2 Interim Fix 3 (8.5.3 UP2 IF3) is a maintenance roll up that contains APAR fixes for the Notes Traveler server and mobile clients.
In this article I will describe how I converted. We will concentrate on how to use a restService control and how to get the data needed to load the first categories in the tree. In the previous part of the series I explained a bit about how to create a simple dijit.tree and how it works. Now in this part I will explain how I used the restservice component from the extLib to generate a JSON structure which is compatible with the dijit.tree.
I came across a strange issue when trying to do some development on a Notes 9 server that’s running locally on my development machine. When the server started, it threw an error message in the console, saying “HTTP Server: Error – Unable to Bind port 80. port may be in use or user needs net_privaddr privilege.”
Many a times while editing faces-config.xml I felt the need of content assist which could provide me with available tags and its attributes to ease development. JSF provides a DTD for faces-config.xml which can be used for this purpose.
The other day, I attended a Couchbase Developer Day in Philly. If you're not familiar with Couchbase, it's one of the young crop of NoSQL databases, and more specifically a document database and a conceptual cousin to Domino by way of Damien Katz. That all makes Couchbase a perfect candidate for some XPage tinkering. Ignoring the foundational key-value aspects of Couchbase, the JSON document storage and views in 2.0 make for perfect analogues to the Domino data sources in XPages.
This month Philippe Riand and Ryan Baxter attended IBM Innovate 2013 which is Rational’s counterpart to IBM Connect. Phil and Ryan gave two sessions about the Social Business Toolkit. Below are their slides.
Yesterday, I suggested that everyone enable finalizing parameters in their code cleanups and, better, to do the same in their Java save actions; later, I set Eclipse loose on the org.openntf.domino API to implement it there. Adding final keywords to method parameters (and elsewhere where possible) is one of the habits I picked up from reading Effective Java a bit ago, but it's kind of a subtle thing and the benefits aren't immediately obvious.
You know that moment when you realise that everything you have done in the last 5 and a half years has not been really worth while at all and forces you to go through a massive hard reset, challenging your main core beliefs, in terms of what has motivated you quite a lot in this [...]
I use IBM SmartCloud for Social Business. Both through my job account and my private account. This is really a tool that helps me get my work done, smoother, faster, simpler and make me more productive than ever. I no... Read More ›
We had a few copyright issues to sort out to make it to the Apache Catalog at OpenNTF.org. Hopefully we’ve got those sorted out now. There’s also some nice fixes for some of the auto-typing. I’ve started using the API in pre-production systems. It’s proving very solid for me — especially the auto-recycling and passive exception handling. It’s really lovely to just write code that says what I want to do, instead of all the stuff that the old API MAKES me write. It has at least doubled my output rate. Hope you enjoy using it!