What a great story. Two years ago the XPages community decided to use StackOverflow for XPages related specific questions and answers. Since then 2000 questions have been asked and 84% of them have been marked as answered.
How are you handling exceptions in your web applications? Does your team have a strategy or do you just deal with failures as they come up? If you’re like most development teams, you just deal. Whenever something breaks, it’s an emergency. Customer runs into a problem, you get called in. You dig through the logs to quickly find the culprit and you look like a hero.
I've wanted to make Custom Converters work for a while, but every time I went looking, I didn't seem to be able to grasp it. The need came up today, and I have a simple use of a Custom Converter. It is based on this post, but I made it a bit simpler so I could see the results.
The next meeting of the Atlanta User Group for IBM Collaboration Technologies (ATLUG) will be held on Thursday February 20. IBM Connect 2014 This week’s meeting will feature a discussions about IBM Connect 2014. Red Pill Development’s...
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Daniel Davis, Sr. Marketing Manager, IBM Social Business Just about every company these days knows that it needs to go social. What many companies don’t know is why . In his address at IBM Connect 2014, Alan Lepofsky ( @alanlepo ),...
Now that you know how the IBM Connect 2014 OGS demo was built, let's get into the nitty gritty and recap the announcements that were made.
Below is a list of app dev sessions from IBM Connect 2014 that have been posted to Slideshare.
Overview of Domino Web Server Authentication Whether you are building a web site, a native mobile application, or some other type of application, Domino Access Services (DAS) is a good choice for integrating with Domino. DAS is a growing family of REST services including the data service, ...
Build Social Business: Why Social Business Adoption should be as easy as putting a bucket on a dogs head
I’ve been engaged in Social Business initiatives way, way before the term was even first coined.
Since introduction of Headless designer tech-preview in Domino Designer 9.0.1 many people started to think about build automation. Now is time to try it with Jenkins - popular free build automation server.
I already blogged on the topic of customizing the IBM Connections Richtext Editor and we showed an example of a Business Card plugin for the CKEditor which is used by IBM Connections during our IBM Connect Show’n Tell session. I promised to release the plugin on this blog so here we go:
I had an XPage project where I needed to call some web services to get some information and after reading on different blogs my hopes of getting this to work was almost null. But sometimes knowing your history helps and I remembered how I started to create subforms using dxl for several years ago and that almost everything is stored with in the design note. So I started to think, does the built in web service consumer create the code inside the design element and yes it did. Great!
We’re taking the App Throwdown to IBM Pulse 2014! Calling all IBM Business Partners! Come and join us for IBM Pulse (Our Premier CLOUD event!) where we’ll be holding an App Throwdown! Compete with your best solution and be highlighted in front of Clients and IBM Sales teams during qualifying rounds. The winner will be […]
I've talked about integration of IBM Connections with Confluence in the past. Communardo has created 3 new integration points to bring together IBM Connections and Atlassian's Confluence. These integration points are important for organizations that may be using both products and want to provide more synergy between them. This is yet another example of IBM Connections as a social layer, where you[...]
This rant is not the result of any individual project,I’ve been meaning to write it for a while. It’s also as much out of disillusionment of believing web developers who say you can switch off compatibility mode, because it’s not what happens necessarily. When developing for a corporate environment, the default browser is usually Internet [...]
With the world’s mobile worker population expected to reach 1.3 BILLION by 2015, we need some expert app developers to keep up! With this in mind, I want to share with you some interesting facts and statistics you should know as you consider the value of attending an event like Pulse for your cloud business. […]
With the last version of the OpenNTF Extension Library (Version 9.0.1.v04) the community released yet another milestone of a modern framework for application development for our beloved platform. In this release the "Single Page Application Wiazrd" was just put to the next level that makes it much easier to create a mobile intrerface for "legacy" Notes applications with just a few clicks - without any coding at all!
What I need to do is let the user put in either strings or numbers. If a string, leave it alone. If it's a number, I want it to be formatted with thousands separators.
This article describes how you can develop an IBM Worklight mobile application that displays web content from an IBM WebSphere Portal server, while leveraging the advantages of a web content management system such as IBM Web Content Manager. This article provides an example that displays web content feeds from IBM Web Content Manager in a hybrid mobile application created with IBM Worklight.
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There has been considerable work on the Discussion Database over recent years, adding an XPage interface and a host of features. If you look at the R9 installs, you’ll see there is a version for 8.5.3 and another for R9. But you need to be careful if you have upgraded a server to 9.0.1 because [...]
In the last post, I showed how to create and move DOM elements dynamically. In this post, we’ll look at a great use case for that functionality — using loading images to improved the perceived responsiveness of the page.
In the last post, we looked at changing the styles and classes of DOM elements dynamically with Dojo. In this post, I’ll show how you can move elements around on the page and insert new elements dynamically. Both of these methods are available without including any additional dojo modules in XPages. Moving DOM Elements with […]
In the last post, I showed how to use some string utilities that are automatically loaded and available to any XPage. However, there are more Dojo modules with great functionality that are on the server but not loaded by default so as not to introduce unnecessary overhead when loading your pages.
In the last post, I demonstrated different ways to load dojo modules in order to make them available to use on your XPage or Custom Control. A comment on that post from Richard Moy got me thinking about the performance implications of each method, so I did some testing. In this post, I’ll show the […]
In this post, we’ll take a look at array manipulation functions that are available with dojo. The array module is not loaded automatically, but you can easily include it in order to make it available. In this post, I included it at the page level. Now that the module is available on the page, we […]