I figured I’d blog this just to make it easier to tell the story..
So last night my family and I went over to by brothers for dinner. Near the end of the evening I ended up twisting my ankle pretty bad. This sent a jolt through me which made me dizzy and nauseous. After sitting for a couple minutes I decided to head over to the kitchen to get a little water. I remember cupping my hands under the sick to get water. Next thing I knew I was on the floor. My head was in my wifes lap people were staring at me and there was a pool of blood next to me.
Apparently I passed out while at the sink. When I hit the floor I cut my chin pretty bad. An ambulance was called and got me to the hospital. X-Rays of ankle.. CAT scan of head… blood tests. Heart tests… Maybe some other stuff.. not sure.. 8 stitches to close my 2 inch cut. Kinda felt like a hockey player that lost a fight against Dave Shultz really.
I guess there’s some kind of vasavagal nerve in the body. When it gets stressed it cuts off blood to the brain. This is what causes some people to pass out from the site of blood. While I don’t have that problem in my case it seems that if I get a quick / sharp pain… This nerve is going to take me down. This happened twice before – where I got quick really bad injuries though I didn’t pass out those times probably because I didn’t try to get up so soon as I did last night. I guess standing with that kind of lightheadedness doesn’t go well together.
New iOS8 and Safari problem discovered.
Fri, Oct 24th 2014 6:10a David Leedy First let’s be clear what I’m posting about. This is NOT an IBM or XPages issue. This is specifically iOS8 and Safari.
I posted on StackOverFlow with all the details.
I have an XPages app that uses a bluetooth Opticon Scanner
No problems in iOS7 and Safari.
iOS8 and Safari do NOT work well with the scanner. Characters are dropped. It’s not reliable. Using Chrome on iOS8 seems to work fine.
I’ve no idea why or what the issue is. I posted on StackOverFlow and i [read] Keywords: ibm
NotesIn9 164: Learning XPages Part 5 – Application Properties
Thu, Oct 23rd 2014 6:41a David Leedy In this show we actually go into Designer and create a new database that we’re going to be working with for our application and I have a little discussion on some of the application properties that are useful for XPages Developement.
This show is I believe the first in the new larger Full HD resolution of 1980×1020. This will let me get more on the screen but might be harder to see if you typically use a smaller device. Please let me know how this size works for you.
Als [read] Keywords: notes
NotesIn9 162: Learning XPages Part 3 – Source Control
Tue, Oct 21st 2014 6:11p David Leedy In this show I continue setting up the programming environment by installing Source Tree and pulling down a project that we’ll be using later in the series.
My plan is to try and emulate real life, and real life needs some good quality source control so I will ideally be doing a lot of different things with source control along the way. [read] Keywords: xpages
NotesIn9 161: Designer Plugins
Tue, Oct 21st 2014 6:34a David Leedy In this show I take a look at adding additional tools to your toolbox. Specifically we’re going to grab some great projects from OpenNTF.org. Among them are:
XPages Ext. Library
OpenNTF Domino API
When I talked about the OpenNTF Essentials. I didn’t realize there were 2 projects. The “runtime” and the “toolbox”. I was referring to the runtime even though I had clicked on the toolbox.
I filme [read] Keywords: domino
Email Do’s and Don’ts
Tue, Oct 14th 2014 7:42p David Leedy I’ve been getting a lot more emails from NotesIn9 viewers lately. Many are asking for XPages help with a particular problem.
While I prefer questions unrelated to Ni9 to be asked on StackOverFlow.com with the tag “xpages”, just so the question and answer is public and can therefore benefit more people, I’m always happy to get the email and will certainly try and help where I can. I can’t always. But I will try. Some of the emails say something like “I do [read] Keywords: notes
NotesIn9 158: Intro to the Frostillicus Framework
Fri, Oct 10th 2014 8:54a David Leedy In this show Jesse Gallagher returns to give us an introduction to this amazing Framework he’s created to try and improve the XPages coding experience.
I can’t say that I totally “get it” yet BUT it looks VERY interesting. I have so far taken the “controller” piece from the framework and I’m successfully using that in my applications and I’ll be featuring that on NotesIn9 very soon. It’s really improved how I create my applications. [read] Keywords: xpages applications