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A new option for large XPages designs
Wed, Aug 5th 2015 12:59p   Andre Guirard
I've been working on the web UI for the SmartCloud Notes administration, and we recently ran into a limitation. We have a lot of Custom Controls, and are translated into a lot of languages, so that means there are a whole lot of automatically generated .properties files that you don't see in the Domino Designer UI (unless you open the Navigator or Project Explorer view). Each of these files is considered a design element, part of the design collection of the database, and Designer (and the Not
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Personal note: my first novel was just published
Fri, Mar 6th 2015 12:30p   Andre Guirard
The print version is now live on Amazon.com, with electronic edition and other vendors to follow. Doctor Dead, A Percy and Quincey Adventure San Francisco, 1904: Thirteen-year-old Percival Drew expected to spend the summer doing little more than tinkering with those new-fangled gasoline-powered motorcars. But that was before an insane scientist took an unhealthy interest in his cousin Quincey's very rare blood type... Before people began vanishing from the streets, to reappear as the mad do




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