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Creating ICS Calendar Feeds with XPages
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Frederic dehedin    

An ICS Calendar feed can be used to exchange calendar data over the internet. It’s also known as iCalendar feed. ICS Calendar Feeds are supported by a vast amount of calendar clients such as Google Kalender / Android Kalender, Microsoft Outlook.. and of course IBM Notes. The main benefit is to provide calendar data in an open standard format, […]

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Tipps and Tricks for the Java SE 8 Programmer Exam
Sun, Dec 11th 2016 4:17p   Frederic Dehedin
Recently i studied for the Java SE 8 Programmer I Exam (Java OCA for short) and was glad that i passed it on the first go. Although i’ve been practicing programming in Java several years, i decided to sustain my practical knowledge with some theoretical background and i’m happy to share my experience in this blog […]
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Winning the IBM Collaboration Solutions Developer Competition 2016
Mon, Oct 3rd 2016 12:23p   Frederic Dehedin
Just yesterday we came back to Switzerland after our 3 Weeks holidays in Indonesia. We were in Bali, Nusa Lembongan (Island next to Bali) and Rote Island (Timor). So on the 16. September 2016, after a beautiful day on the boat diving with Manta Rays, i was eager to check the contest results and received […]
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Creating ICS Calendar Feeds with XPages
Tue, Apr 12th 2016 8:52a   Frederic Dehedin
An ICS Calendar feed can be used to exchange calendar data over the internet. It’s also known as iCalendar feed. ICS Calendar Feeds are supported by a vast amount of calendar clients such as Google Kalender / Android Kalender, Microsoft Outlook.. and of course IBM Notes. The main benefit is to provide calendar data in an open standard format, […]
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3 XPages hints #3: Homepage and Performance improvements
Mon, Feb 29th 2016 2:37a   Frederic Dehedin
Finally another blog post hope these 3 hints will help you or will help you some day in the future. In this series of XPages hints i included also a NSF File in which the described hints are implemented. But beware, it is not a design highlight i wanted to keep it as simple as possible. The Extension Library is needed to run the examples (from openntf.org or the included version in Domino 9.x). Hint 1: Always define a home page Usually every applicatino has 1 point of entry, a homepage. This




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