One June 4th I will be participating in a Webinar from OpenNTF.org called “Getting Started with XPages”. I’m really excited to be presenting with Dr. Marky Roden. It’s always nice to be able to present with good friends. In addition to being an outstanding developer Marky also happens to be a stellar presenter. So it should be a fun time.
As part of the XPages development contest sponsored by WebGate Consulting AG which is part of the Appathon sponsored by IBM developerWorks, Koell S Cherizard has contributed a project called Doecu Mobile.
What if you took some of the guesswork out of hiring? What if you could determine which candidates are more likely to succeed just by looking for a few key characteristics, and then used the information as the basis for making hiring decisions?
By 2014, nearly four out of five businesses plan to invest in social business technology. Our world is social. On a smarter planet, so are businesses. Let's build a smarter planet.
As part of some work on XPages OpenLog Logger, I’m looking to not only log SSJS errors but also give the facility to push them to an Error control for the relevant component or an Errors control if they are not associated directly to a control.
It has always been hard to track the growing list of technotes, fixpacks, hotfixes and SPR's that IBM Lotus collaboration software has. Over the years I have made my own tools.
I guess you might have missed it with the new name announcement and all the other excitement, so this is just a little reminder: ICON UK call for Abstracts is OPEN!
Invitation: IBM Community Webcast - Portal at the Speed of Light: Techniques for IBM Worklight Integration
Mobile technology is a hot topic in the IBM community these days. And as I mentioned last month , our next webcast will focus on mobilizing the web experience.
Introduction Finding and fixing performance problems in a production environment is challenging on a number of levels. Optimally, most bottlenecks in the system should be found and fixed before the system is allowed into production. This article explains a tested process that can ensure that, ...
For my latest project, I finally got the framework complete so I can begin creating content. As opposed to the demo in the last post, I decided to have a step-by-step wizard for data entry. The last post showed how you could have multiple buttons on the same page. I will probably need that technique for editing existing documents later.
In this show yet another NEW contributor comes on to share content with the community. Today, Stephan Wissel, IBMer and blogger at wissel.net comes on the show for a discussion on a programming design pattern called “Facade” and how you might want to use this in your XPages development.
Thanks to Scott Vrusho, Heidi Andriola and Joy Freeman, we've just published the definitive word on Notes/Domino 8.5.x going forward. Head here for details.
For some Java code to be allowed to run on a Domino server you may need to add some security settings to the java.policy file (e.g. allow access to external network ressources). This file can be found in the jvm/lib/security library. However, whenever the Domino server (and the Notes client for that matter) is upgraded (even small upgrades) this file will be overwritten!! You can add a file to the directory called “java.pol”. It has the same syntax as java.policy. But the main difference is that it does not get removed on upgrades….
If you are developing XPages using IBM Domino Designer from time to time you may want to stop the loading of the “fat” Dojo libraries. You may have decided to use jQuery Mobile for your mobile solution (as I do for a mobile app). On the other hand you may not want to disable Dojo for the entire application (in the xsp.properties file). So what do you do?
Paul Hannan has released a new version of the XPages Extension Library. See below for his description.
For most organizations it is important to add branding to Connections. It is similar to moving into a new house. The structure is all there, but you might want to change the colors and wall hangings to make it your own. With IBM Connections you most likely want to add your corporate branding to Connections. Also you may even want to add branding at the Community level. Probably nothing major, but enough to give the Community users a sense of ownership.
During the past couple of weeks I've been consulting for a customer who required some heavy integration between IBM Notes data and Google Maps. That project is in it's final stages and is close to coming online.
Integration is a long-standing requirement satisfied by enterprise portals. Over the past 10 years, integrating SAP and IBM WebSphere Portal has been top of mind for a lot of people. Marty Lechleider spoke at the IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference on the offerings IBM has for integration.
The second release of org.openntf.domino has today been pushed up to OpenNTF. As I blogged earlier in the week, there are a host of enhancements as well as bug fixes.
Potential WebSphere Portal customers often consider whether they should leverage an open source technology or purchase a leading horrizontal portal product such as WebSphere Portal. The 2013 IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference had a session titled “Considering Open Source Options for Your Exceptional Web Experience Solution?: Explore TCO and How Free”.
If you're asking, "How can I get my job done quicker with XPages?", this webinar will provide the answer. Mike McGarel and Paul Withers will compare and contrast commonly requested features using XPages and classic Notes/Domino techniques.
Support Click-to-Chat with only a little coding: The Click-to-Chat pattern is becoming increasingly popular on customer-facing web sites. This series of three articles shows how to implement this using the Sametime Proxy features, with a simple automation servlet, or bot to manage interactions.
It’s easy to see how the world has adopted social media to help strengthen ties between people all over the world. People like to share and the explosive growth of Facebook and all the other social media platforms out there are surely a testament to the fact that we like to share and discover what […]
In this show NotesIn9 not only gets a SUPER new contributor, but it also gets it’s first Nerd Girl! In today’s show Kathy Brown comes on to do a demo on using the XPages Mobile controls from the Extension Library / Update Pack 1.
As part of the XPages development contest sponsored by WebGate Consulting AG which is part of the Appathon sponsored by IBM developerWorks, Oliver Busse has contributed a project called OSnippets Template.
I often have the need to find all of the properties of an object in order to determine what is available to work with. In this post, I’ll show you a handy function that you can use to provide this information.