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Thinking of AngularJS? Maybe it’s not all that and a bag of chips after all.
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Thank goodness for IBM Domino and XPages
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NotesIn9 176: Categorizing Repeat Controls
Mon, May 4th 2015 21
NotesIn9 175: XPages Extension Library goes Responsive!
Tue, Apr 21st 2015 13
NotesIn9 174: Getting Started with Custom Renderers
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Need an XPages/Web Developer Job?
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NotesIn9 173: Getting Started with Servlets
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Thank goodness for IBM Domino and XPages
Sun, May 24th 2015 479
Thinking of AngularJS? Maybe it’s not all that and a bag of chips after all.
Wed, May 27th 2015 277
NotesIn9 176: Categorizing Repeat Controls
Mon, May 4th 2015 21
NotesIn9 171: IBM Bluemix Text to Speech
Sun, Feb 22nd 2015 19
Apple’s iOS8 Breaks uploading Photos
Fri, Sep 19th 2014 18
And now we take a moment to eat…
Thu, Mar 12th 2015 18
Need an XPages/Web Developer Job?
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Possible way to fix some of the XPages iOS8 issues.
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NotesIn9 hits 300,000 downloads
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Thinking of AngularJS? Maybe it’s not all that and a bag of chips after all.
Wed, May 27th 2015 2:45p   David Leedy
For a little while I’ve been hearing from some respected friends that basically “AngularJS is Awesome”.  I’ve sat in some presentations…  seen webinars.. had Skype chats…. etc.  So it’s on my “Interest List” but I’ve not devoted any time yet to try anything about.  As I write this I literally know almost nothing about AngularJS from a practical stand point. A while back though I did look for AngularJS information.  Specifically I
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Thank goodness for IBM Domino and XPages
Sun, May 24th 2015 12:52p   David Leedy
So Declan sent me this article  the other day.  Something from JSFCentral about the development of the website for a “Major” insurance company.  Really not much to it but what was rather interesting was the tools that they needed to build this website. Dev Platform Eclipse, Java 6, Maven 3 UI MyFaces 2, Facelets, Richfaces3 and Tomahawk Backbone Spring 3 framework Database Hibernate, String JDBC, DB2, Oracle Other Spring Integration, MongoDB, JAX-RS, AXIS, Dojo, jQuery, Free
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NotesIn9 176: Categorizing Repeat Controls
Mon, May 4th 2015 8:14a   David Leedy
In this show, brand new contributor, Bill Fox comes on to give a really interesting demo on Categorizing Repeat Controls.  He’ll show repeat controls with 1, 2 and 3 levels of categorization.  There’s a lot of other techniques in here as well. He’ll use custom controls with custom properties, View Navigators, Computed CSS stlyes and more. Hope you like it!
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NotesIn9 175: XPages Extension Library goes Responsive!
Tue, Apr 21st 2015 11:08a   David Leedy
I’m really excited about today’s brand new contributor.  Today we welcome Brian Gleeson to the show.  I’ve had many great contributors to the show over the years but Brian is the very first member of the XPages Development team to come on with a demonstration.  That’s been on my NotesIn9 “bucket list” for long time.  I feel like I’ve finally gone “legit”. haha Anyway Brian, who is a key member behind the Ext. Library on OpenNTF, is going
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NotesIn9 174: Getting Started with Custom Renderers
Mon, Apr 20th 2015 8:55a   David Leedy
In this show Oliver Busse returns with a great show on how to get started with Custom Renderers. His twitter is @zeromancer1972 and he can be found at http://oliverbusse.de
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Need an XPages/Web Developer Job?
Tue, Apr 14th 2015 9:14p   David Leedy
I just saw this come across my email. http://www.hersheyjobs.com/jobs/descriptions/programmer-analyst-hershey-pennsylvania-job-1-5225766 I basically interviewed for this job back in 2008/2009ish.  It is in a great facility right next to the amusement parks “Hershey Park” and “Chocolate World”.  They seem to do a lot of neat things.  At the time I did not get the job – supposedly I came in 2nd due to my lack of web experience. While that was a bit of a blow back t
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NotesIn9 173: Getting Started with Servlets
Thu, Apr 9th 2015 9:01a   David Leedy
This is one of those shows that I think is really important.   Today we welcome Eric McCormick, a new contributor and IBM Champion, to the show.  Eric did a geat demo showing us how to get started using Java to make Servlets inside our XPages Applications.  This opens a lot of doors to expose your data to applications outside of the Domino server. Eric’s Blog Note: This show doesn’t have great audio.  My headset stopped working for some reason and also Eric recorded the show in
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NotesIn9 172: XPages Java Debugging
Tue, Mar 31st 2015 9:39p   David Leedy
In this show XPages “Professor” and IBM Champion, Mr. Paul Withers returns for an in depth look at how to use the Java Debugger to step through the Java code in your XPages applications.  In the beginning and end of the show he’ll also talk about OpenLog which was originally an AMAZING project from Julian Robichaux that Paul has enhanced for the XPages world. This show finally sees a slightly different format that I’ve been wanting to do for a while. We did this demo via
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And now we take a moment to eat…
Thu, Mar 12th 2015 9:20p   David Leedy
This Sunday is the International Food Festival at my kids school. For the third year in a row I’ll be dusting off my crack BBQ team and we will be manning a table of smoked Pulled Pork, Brisket, Burnt Ends, and our new item Bacon Tater Bombs. It’s always a fun event.  We sold out the first year then last year I doubled the amount we made and sold out twice as fast.  This year I’m bringing enough there’s no way we’re selling out.  I think at least.   Anyway if
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NotesIn9 171: IBM Bluemix Text to Speech
Sun, Feb 22nd 2015 9:15p   David Leedy
This show will feature our very first, but definitely not our last, look at IBM Bluemix.  Bluemix is a Platform as a Service solution from IBM that gives you tools to quickly build web and mobile applications. IBM is even adding XPages capability and the original NoSQL database, Domino .nsf , capability to Bluemix. In today’s show Mark Roden comes on to show how you can connect with IBM Watson and harness it’s Text to Speech capability.  It’s very cool.




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