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Announcing 100,000 videos Served!!!
David Leedy    

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.



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NotesIn9 142: Adding a “Please Wait” to XPages
Mon, Apr 7th 2014 7:47a   David Leedy
In this show it’s back to XPages and demos!  I will do a quick recap on the last show as 141 seemed REALLY popular but then it’s back to work.  In this show I demo a quick tip on how you can use CLIENT SIDE JavaScript to show the user the server is processing. [read] Keywords: notes xpages javascript server
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Wow! Show 141 Recap/
Wed, Apr 2nd 2014 5:25p   David Leedy
I’ll admit I was a little nervous about the last show.  It’s been a long time since I got a little “Rowdy” on the show.  Maybe too long. First I want to thank everyone for all the feedback via comments, Twitter, Facebook, etc.  I think this is the first NotesIn9 that someone (Russ Maher) actually live tweeted while watching. Thanks for the kind feedback to my kids as well.  We all had a good time making the show.  Though I am worried they might actually want to Union [read] Keywords: domino xpages community facebook sharepoint twitter
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NotesIn9 141: Java vs JavaScript Throwdown
Mon, Mar 31st 2014 3:48p   David Leedy
This is a VERY DIFFERENT NotesIn9.  It’s less of a normal show and more if a response to a recent blog post regarding one persons opinion on the value of Java in XPages and the Value of the UI vs the backend. Actually this show is more of a really long “rant”. This show could absolutely suck.  I pretty much broke all my rules and tried to have fun with it.  I do give my thoughts on things so maybe there’s at least a little value there. There’s no Demo.  There is [read] Keywords: xpages java javascript
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NotesIn9 139: SourceTree Deep Dive
Mon, Mar 24th 2014 6:23a   David Leedy
In this episode Paul Withers comes back on the show for a deeper look at using SourceTree and Git Flow. This comes from the session he did with Declan Lynch at IBM Connect.  In that session they ran out of time so this should fill in some of the missing pieces that they didn’t get to cover. I use SourceTree and HG Flow which is the Mercurial version of Git Flow in my Day Job all the time.  While there are some quirks due to Designer and you do need to be careful and understand what̵ [read] Keywords: ibm notes iphone
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NotesIn9 139: XPages Single Copy Design
Fri, Mar 21st 2014 1:08p   David Leedy
In this show, Andrew Barickman, a great new contributor comes on to talk to use about the performance benefits of the “Single Copy Design”.  He focuses on the performance benefits, not only for a web application but also for XPages In the Notes Client – XPiNC. [read] Keywords: notes notes client xpages application
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NotesIn9 138: XPages Combobox Improvements
Thu, Mar 13th 2014 1:12p   David Leedy
In this show I take a look at using a Combobox inside XPages.  I’m going to demo how to use Java – but it’s NOT scary Java – I show you everything. We’re going to show the user a pretty value in the combobox but get a hold of and store the key value for our use. I’m also going to show how you can create categories inside the combobox. That’s kinda cool I think depending on your situation. [read] Keywords: xpages java




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NotesIn9 137: XPages and Web Services
Tue, Mar 4th 2014 11:50a   David Leedy
In this show, new contributor, Fredrik Norling comes on to give a neat demo on how to use Web Services with XPages. The demo database and code will be available on his website as well as OpenNTF.org. [read] Keywords: notes xpages database openntf
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NotesIn9 136: Using XPages with Bootstrap 3 and FontAwesome
Fri, Jan 17th 2014 11:50a   David Leedy
Ok enough Java.  We need something that even Marky Roden might like! In this show Tim Tripcony returns to end out “Tim Tripcony week” on NotesIn9.  He’l give a demo on how you can start using Bootstrap 3 and Font Awesome with your XPages applications.  He’ll do so by using themes and a content delivery network. Really good stuff!! [read] Keywords: xpages applications java network
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NotesIn9 135: Using Java in XPages Part4
Thu, Jan 16th 2014 6:54a   David Leedy
Tim Tripcony returns again for another great show in his Java series.  Today he’ll be introducing the concept of a “MimeBean”.  A “MimeBean” gives the ability to save Java Objects inside a notes field.  It opens up many new possibilities for storing data in your applications. Not to be missed! [read] Keywords: notes xpages applications java
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NotesIn9 134: Using Java with XPages Part 3
Tue, Jan 14th 2014 6:42a   David Leedy
n this show Tim Tripcony continues his series of exploring the use of Java with your XPages application.  Today’s show discusses linking buttons to Java, dealing with ReadOnly properties and how to deal with explilcit getters and setters – but only when you want to! There’s even a little more Bootstrap goodness in here! [read] Keywords: xpages application java linking properties




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