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NotesIn9 175: XPages Extension Library goes Responsive!
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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 to give use a great demo on the new responsive controls from the latest edition of the Ext. Library. There’s actually a bunch of new features in the Ext. Library but the responsive controls alone are very cool.

Hope you like it!



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NotesIn9 206: Rest Servlets
Thu, Jun 1st 2017 12:34a   David Leedy
In this episode, OpenNTF Board Member and long time IBM Champion, Paul Withers returns with a great show on how to get starting building REST Servlets inside an EXTERNAL Library.  This is a longer show as getting started with Libraries is a little involved but believe me it’s so worth it.  Just like you take advantage of the Extension Library you can now make your own custom library.
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Tue, Apr 4th 2017 1:12p   David Leedy
In this show Eric McCormick returns to talk about ways in which Automation can help you.  While this is not needed for basic XPages development if you want to level up on your skills be sure to check this episode out!
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NotesIn9 204: Building an Alexa Skill
Wed, Feb 22nd 2017 6:33p   David Leedy
I’m so excited about this show. After years of negotiations and down right harassment I’ve finally convinced/tricked Bruce Elgort to come on the show and share some if his knowledge. In this show Bruce will give us a great demo on building a skill for Amazon Alexa. If you’re not familiar with Alexa, it’s similar to Siri and “Ok Google”, in that it’s a voice based service. I think these voice services are going to only get bigger and bigger as time goes o
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Everyone Pay Attention!! Declan is blogging again!
Wed, Feb 1st 2017 6:17p   David Leedy
Declan Lynch is famous for his legendary 54 part series on “Learning XPages”.  This was back in the day when there was no good info on XPages.  His series did not just pre-date NotesIn9, it was one of the inspirations of NotesIn9. Anyway – after a LONG hiatus Declan is finally blogging again. Our company is moving away from Domino and XPages.  So he’s starting a to blog on what that really means for application development.  What do you replace Domino with and why?
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The Famous Lotusphere Pretzel Cookie
Thu, Jan 26th 2017 7:27p   David Leedy
One of the many legendary things from the conference once called “Lotusphere” was the “Pretzel Cookie” that was provided in the box lunch on the last day. If, like me, you’re not able to go to the conference this year but don’t want to miss out on the famous cookie I present to you 2 options. The first is this recipe from John Rolings blog : Create the infamous Pretzel Cookie at Home! My wife has made these before and I can attest it to be a pretty good repre
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2017 IBM Champion thoughts.
Thu, Dec 15th 2016 2:58p   David Leedy
Yesterday IBM announced their 2017 “IBM Champions”. I’m honored to once again be associated with an amazing group of people.  This will be my 7th year as a champion going all the way back to when the program started. I do want to thank the people that took the time out of their day to think of me and nominate me.  I do hope my silly little NotesIn9 screencast has been valuable to you. I don’t talk about being an IBM Champion too often because one, I hate talking about m
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NotesIn9 203: A Smart Admin Bootstrap Theme for XPages
Wed, Dec 14th 2016 7:41p   David Leedy
This show brings us not only a brand new contributor to NotesIn9, but it’s the first official appearance of newly minted IBM Champion Csaba Kiss! Congrats Csaba!! Csaba is an amazing developer and friend to the community. He was my personal number 1 choice to become an IBM Champion and I’m so happy he has been recognized for his contributions. His website is : http://xpagexplorer.org/ In this episode he’s going to look at using a popular Bootstrap theme inside XPages. This is
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It’s back!!! The Tree on a Truck game!!
Fri, Nov 25th 2016 12:29a   David Leedy
Ok. It’s that time of year again. The Tree on a Truck Game starts on Black Friday!!! The game is simple. If you see a vehicle carrying a Christmas Tree you yell “TREE!!” and then record it. Team with the most called trees win. The website to signup is : http://treeonatruck.com Create your team. Add your member and then use that to track your trees. Below are the official rules. If there’s any problems with the website let me know. I do hope to make it better this year. O




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