Posts Tagged ‘Javascript’

How to recycle Notes objects in XPages and Java

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

Using Notes objects in XPages and in Java require that you recycle those objects in order to avoid memory leaks and backend out of memory issues. Here I will summarize how to do proper recycling in XPages for server-side javascript, Java and Java using the new OpenNTF project org.openntf.domino. Server-side JavaScript With server-side JavaScript you […]

Dojomino 1.1-0: Dojo 1.1 for Domino

Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

Version 1.1 of the Dojo javascript toolkit was released a month ago and now Dojomino has been updated to include the version 1.1 code of Dojo. The Dojomino update includes a very cool online demo site where you can try out some of the many features of the Dojo toolkit.

Dojo 1.0

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Dojo 1.0 has been released today. Dojo is “an Open Source JavaScript toolkit for Ajax development that can be used to build rich Web 2.0 applications”. Remember to visit for information and tutorials on using Dojo with Lotus Domino. [Via front page news on the IBM Community on – and also via Viktor […]

Aptana IDE goes 1.0

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

I have previously written about Aptana IDE and now the tool finally reaches version 1.0. Worth a try for editing dynamic web applications. The tool is now called Aptana Studio and is still available in a free and open source version known as the Community Edition.

Aptana: The Web IDE

Monday, July 31st, 2006

Have a look at Aptana: The Web IDE. Aptana is a robust, JavaScript-focused IDE for building dynamic web applications. Highlights include the following features: Code Assist on JavaScript, HTML, and CSS languages, including your own JavaScript functions Outliner that gives a snapshot view of your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code structure Error and warning notification […]

Using Ajax to manipulate Lotus Notes documents

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Joachim Dagerot has published an article on developerWorks on using AJAX to manipulate Lotus Notes documents. From the article introduction: Giving users instant feedback instead of the time-consuming page reloads they’re used to is simple when you use Ajax. Discover how a view and an agent can help you build Ajax-driven applications and learn how […]

Firebug: a JavaScript, CSS, HTML and AJAX debugger

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

If you need a comprehensive JavaScript, CSS, HTML and AJAX debugger then you should have a look at Firebug. Firebug is a Firefox extension that “lets you explore the far corners of the DOM by keyboard or mouse. All of the tools you need to poke, prod, and monitor your JavaScript, CSS, HTML and Ajax […]