Take a look at Template Experience – The Turtle Partnership Blog  

By Gabriella Davis | 2/27/20 1:48 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Heiko Voigt

Next week the TE team will be presenting at Engage with the version we hope to soon put into beta. There has been a lot of work completed in the past few months and the developers have really come up with clever solutions for seemingly impossible problems, all using standard Domino Designer techniques and code.

NotesRichText to HTML native within Domino 10  

By Dmytro Pastovenskyi | 2/27/20 12:57 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

Just realized that Domino 10+ came with possibility to convert RichTextItem to HTML almost in 1 line.

Building Effective Business Solutions Using Low-code and Engage 2020  

By Richard Moy | 2/24/20 4:39 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I have not blogged in a long time not since CollabSphere 2019. We have been relatively busy working on projects and on our newest versions of our Domino-based iPhora solutions. We started working on our iPhora platform over a decade ago with the focus of creating a platform that we would use to help companies automate their complex business processes.

Rewrite URL with CloudFlare for Domino  

By Dmytro Pastovenskyi | 2/18/20 1:12 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

Years ago I created few solutions for Domino using DSAPI: 1. remove last slash in URL served by Domino. 2. rewrite URL. 3. better control over 404/500 error pages.

Count attachments in Rich Text Fields - LotusScript Function  

By Adrian Marikar | 2/13/20 3:11 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Heiko Voigt

LotusScript function to count how many embedded attachments are in a Rich Text Field. Function accepts two arguments, NotesDocument and RTI name as string. We came across a situation where we needed to be able to count how many attachments were in a rich text field in LotusScript. Scenario – We had a table with four tabbed rows. In each tab was a rich text field (which was hidden unless user clicked on tab). We needed a way of viewing how many attachments (if any) each rich text field was holding without clicking on each tab to see.

Targeting Domino for Webapps Incidentally  

By Jesse Gallagher | 2/11/20 5:03 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I recently had occasion to break ground on a new web project that uses a Notes runtime and has a web front end, and I figured it would be a perfect occasion to structure it in a way that is clean, portable, and, while it will run on Domino, doesn't have to use Tycho. I ended up coming up with a setup that I'm pretty happy with, and so I put up an example on GitHub for anyone else to use as a reference for similar cases.

Converting Timedate Strings in @Forumula Language with different date formats  

By Daniel Nashed | 2/11/20 8:10 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

Maybe I am thinking to complicated.. But I did not find an easier solution .. I had an interesting issue yesterday when adding multi timezone and date-time format to my backup solution, because I cannot store everything in Notes native TIMEDATES. There are some text logs involved, when storing information about a backup. To ensure I have an unified format, I decided to change the internal storage to UTC (in Notes terms: GMT).

A Flexible View Control for XPages Part 6 – Sorting  

By Michael G. Smith | 2/7/20 12:00 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

When I started building the Flexible View Control, one of the driving forces was to significantly reduce the amount of back-end Domino views that would collect in my applications. I was just as guilty as anyone of creating a new view with the same selection formula and columns as an existing view.

DQL Explorer and Domino  

By Paul Withers | 2/4/20 5:38 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

A couple of weeks ago I explained that, even though the UI of DQL Explorer is a React app, the use of DQL is in agents. The two key agents, found within the NSF itself are runDQLExplain and runDQLQuery - the purpose of each should be apparent from the name. But the purpose of this blog post is to outline the interaction points between DQL Explorer and Domino.