Posts Tagged ‘Lotus Domino’

DanNotes 47th conference: links to presentations

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

The DanNotes 47th conference takes place today and tomorrow. Here are links to presentations available online: Ulrich Krause: XPages – Beyond the Basics Paul Withers: Ready, Set, Go! How IBM Lotus Domino XPages Became Mobile Paul Withers: The Eureka Moment – XPages Under the Covers Jakob Majkilde: From Notes to XPages in 1 hour Morten […]

Presentation: Create an app in 1 hour (almost) with XPages Extension Library

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

I gave this presentation along with a live coding demo at the monthly NotesNet.dk meeting on April 19, 2012. The presentation covers elements of the XPages Extension Library that you can use to rapidly convert an existing Lotus Notes client application to a web application. The sample database is available for download and uses a custom […]

XPages: 2 very easy performance optimization tricks

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Here are 2 very easy ways to optimize performance for your XPages applications: Enable “Use runtime optimized JavaScript and CSS resources” to have your JS and CSS files combined into fewer files. This reduces the number of HTTP requests that the browser has to make against your server and application and thereby makes the site […]

Learning XPages: available resources

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

I often hear people new to XPages ask: what resources are available if you want to learn XPages? The following lists (some of the) available resources if you want to learn XPages. IBM provided resources Direct help in Domino Designer using Help – Help Contents and hitting F1 – also available as an IBM Information […]

Thoughts from Lotusphere 2012: Lotus Notes Social Edition

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

One of the highlights from Lotusphere 2012 was the accouncement of the next feature release of Lotus Notes called Lotus Notes Social Edition. Lotus Notes Social Edition features a new homepage with activity streams and embedded apps (embedded experiences) using open standards such as OpenSocial. From the Lotus Notes homepage a user can interact with […]

Thoughts from Lotusphere 2012: IBM Connections 4 (“Next”)

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

At the Lotusphere 2012 Opening General Session (OGS) and throughout the conference IBM showed the next version of IBM Connections (to be called IBM Connections 4.0?). My first impression of the next release of IBM Connections is that it looks really, really great! Among many things it features exciting new elements such as activity streams, […]

XPages Extension Library on OpenNTF updated to match Upgrade Pack 1

Sunday, December 18th, 2011

The XPages Extension Library project on OpenNTF was updated yesterday to version 853-20111215. This version matches the newly released Domino 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1. If you want to use the OpenNTF version (and not Upgrade Pack 1) you can update your servers and clients using the update site method. You can find the installation instructions for the […]

Notes/Domino 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1: Great news for XPages

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Great news for XPages today: Notes/Domino 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 has just been released. In short, Upgrade Pack 1 is an IBM supported version of the XPages Extension Library. This should help remove the fear of the Extension Library being open source that some customers have had, and thereby improve the adoption of XPages out […]

The 46th DanNotes conference is a wrap

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Last week we held the 46th DanNotes conference. We had 80 participants and 7 speakers. Some of the presentations are available now as links on the agenda. Others will be added to the agenda later. We will also publish videos from the event once they have been edited. On the agenda you can find links […]

IBM Certified Application Developer – Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Last week at the DanNotes conference IBM offered certification tests at half the price. I took the LOT-951 test in record time between lunch and the developer BOF and passed with a score of 87.5%. The test focuses on Domino Designer in Eclipse features, some @Formula and Lotusscript programming enhancements, and a lot of XPages. […]