I’m very happy to announce that after the amazing success of last years XPages Cheatsheet, there will be a brand new CheatSheet for this year!
This year’s sheet is titled “XPages: Social Tools” and is intended to be a starting point on how to connect your XPages Apps to Social Services like LotusLive, DropBox, Twitter, FaceBook, IBM Connections, IBM SameTime and the IBM Social Business Toolkit.
This document would not have been possible without the effort of IBMers Dan O’Connor, Niklas Heildoff and Phil Riand. They literally pulled togerther all the content and “all” I had to do was the formatting. I really hope this proves helpful to people who want to integrate their apps with these social services.
I have learned that the original XPages Cheatsheet will return for Lotusphere. I did send IBM a new version with a couple of VERY MINOR updates that people had sent to me. So even if you have the old one feel free to pick the new one up to get those changes. But again 99% of it is the same.
I assume that both cheatsheets will be available at the Lotus Technical Information booth. They might make it into the back of some of the sessions again. I’m not speaking this year so I’m not really certain about that. They might end up in the Labs also since they were last year.
On or after Lotusphere I’ll be adding the “XPages: Social Tools” sheet to XPagesCheatSheet.com, which is the website that I use to host the downloadable versions as well as the Demo database that I use for most of the NotesIn9.com videos. So you will be able to get it even if you don’t attend the conference.
I hope everyone likes them. If you’re coming to Lotusphere safe travels and I hope to see you!
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
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
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
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