I just wanted to mention that sometime last week NotesIn9 passed 100,000 total video plays/downloads of videos!
Of course that’s not unique users… people watch the same show more then once, but still I think it’s a really good number showing growing interest in XPages technology.
Anyway – I’m very pleased at the interest in my little show. When I started this in the summer of 2009 I never thought it would go this far. And I certainly couldn’t have done it without the awesome help from my growing list of contributors. These people are the true XPages experts and I’m very happy that they’ve come on the show to share their talents and tips.
My most popular show continues to be my original XPages Jumpstart video. A 73 minute session that I originally presented at some user groups. That show is been viewed / download over 8,500 times itself!!
There’s a lot more to come for NotesIn9.
- I’m investigating getting the shows transcribed or maybe even closed captioned/subtitled to help people where english is not their first language.
- I’m desperately trying to do some things to improve my website and consolidate XPages.TV and XPagesCheatSheet.com into NotesIn9 to try and make things easier to find.
- I’ve got some more great contributors coming on soon if all goes well.
- I also have a bunch of my own shows in the queue that I want to try and get to.
So needless to say, NotesIn9 will keep going and hopefully serve up another 100,00 in less time!
I really must thank Chris Miller and his Spiked Studio Productions for supporting NotesIn9 with wordpress hosting and advice. He came to me very early on and gave me some help when I really needed it.
I also want to thank Jeremy Hodge and his ZetaOne company for creating my logos and assistance with other aspects of the show.
And I especially want to thank everyone for watching and for any comments and emails. I really appreciate them!
In celebration of this event there will be some new shows out next week.
NotesIn9 154: Java based Debug Control Part 2
Mon, Sep 15th 2014 6:50p David Leedy In this show Greg Reeder, XPage developer returns for part 2 of his series to talk some Java programming and how you might be able to use it to build a logging control for errors and messages.
This is the second of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the length and complexity of the information. [read] Keywords: java
NotesIn9 153: Java based Debug Control Part 1
Mon, Sep 15th 2014 6:44p David Leedy In this show Greg Reeder, XPage developer and new contributor joins the show to talk some Java and how you might be able to use it to build a logging control for errors and messages.
This is the first of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the length and complexity of the information. [read] Keywords: java
NotesIn9 155: Java based Debug Control Part 3
Mon, Sep 15th 2014 6:03p David Leedy In this show Greg Reeder, XPage developer returns for part 2 of his series to talk some Java programming and how you might be able to use it to build a logging control for errors and messages.
This is the third of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the length and complexity of the information. [read] Keywords: java
Changes for NotesIn9
Sun, Sep 7th 2014 1:56p leedy Well if you’re seeing this you probably already know what the news is. I’ve made some big changes to my blog.
I’ve moved to a new host, upgraded to WordPress 4 and am playing with a new theme.
I want to thank Chris Miller for hosting my blog since almost the very beginning of NotesIn9. He really stepped in and saved me when I had problems with my original setup.
In addition to the new theme, (which might change later) I’ve updated the About page and some of the links [read] Keywords:
NotesIn9 PDF Edition: Using Resource Bundles to store config information in XPages
Mon, Aug 25th 2014 2:46p David Leedy I’m really excited to have a NEW contributor today. Please welcome Dan Soares to the show! Well kinds of at least. I’ve been trying to get him on for a LONG time and while I’ve yet to get a video I have received from him a great article and sample database on using resource bundles in XPages.
P.S. If your company blocks videos either from this site or YouTube, please print this article out on the company printer, read it on company time and have a little chu [read] Keywords: xpages application
Shockingly I just did some cool CSS!
Thu, Aug 7th 2014 11:23a David Leedy Let’s face it… I suck at CSS… You know it. I know it. My dog knows it. However with the magic that is StackOverFlow I just did some useful CSS that I wanted to share.
In an app I wanted to have 3 buttons in a row. Since this is an iPad app I wanted to make the buttons myself so the tab zone is bigger. I wanted to put some space in between the buttons so I first had:
This got annoying because the last button didn’t need to have that margin [read] Keywords: css
NotesIn9 150: Announcing fileVault for XPages
Sat, Aug 2nd 2014 1:18p David Leedy This is a different show today. I’m going to be speaking at MWLug at the end of August. In this show I’m going to do a little demo of what I intended to present at MWLug. I’m not going to tell you HOW to do it yet, you’ll need to come to see that. Or wait for it to hit a future NotesIn9.
In addition to the commercial, I’ve taken a small clip from my show 100 (which ran WAY too long). In this clip I give suggestions on how to get more involved in the XPages [read] Keywords: notes
NotesIn9 149: Database Resources and Design Definition
Tue, Jul 29th 2014 6:55a David Leedy In this show IBM Champion and everyone’s second favorite Doctor returns to NotesIn9. That’s right, Dr. Marky Roden is in the house with a GREAT tip on ways to speed up Domino Designer by using Design Definition to better control your database resources.
We last saw the good Doctor back on September 13th, 2012, Episode 74, talking about using jQuery. Don’t miss todays demo. You never know if he’ll disappear for another 684 days again.
Also yesterday I mentioned t [read] Keywords: domino