88% of the people who responed has atleast one server with 8.5.2 or 8.5.3 interesting
29% Is seeing an increase in mobile applications and 43% is seeing an increase in web vs client.
55% is still doing 50% XPages and traditional Domino development. But one of the big things is that 24% of the people voating is not doing any XPage development at all that is almost equal to the amount that is doing only XPage development.
This small poll is no science at all 300 people of the hole IBM customer base of Domino
But from this small amount of people 88% of these companies can run XPage Applications.
Client applications is still here so IBM will probably need to increase the investment in XPages Client integration. or perhaps just buy the XPages2Eclipse product from Mindoo. If that product was integrated as a part of the XPage offering from IBM we would get a big jump forward in Client/Eclipse integration and that is needed.
One might wonder if the 24% part that is not investing at all is customers that is moving away from the Domino platform. What can be done to make them believe in the platform again?
1. IBM need to show that Domino still is the leading platform for corporate applications.
(the Domino Server needs it’s own appstore, openntf.org we just need a packager perhaps.)
2. IBM needs to create a demand for Domino, make everybody aware that is a platform that is alive!!!
(Marketing Marketing Marketing and ROI )
3. The platform will need a more modern look that isn’t traditional Notes.
(I’m sad perhaps I’m one of the few that like it)
4. IBM needs to invest alot more money into the Eclipse platform to get the stability that we had before
Eclipse. (Perhaps a way to move to newer releases of Eclipse faster is the answer, I don’t know)
Some performance tips for your Domino / XPages servers
Thu, Nov 20th 2014 7:33a Fredrik Norling When your applications has grown very big you might face a problem with performance in this case I had a customer with quite a large crm system that in some cases got very high disk io but the cpu didn’t spike.
neither did the memory almost 50% not used by the system.
So what I did was I increased the memory available for the XPage runtime JVM using HTTPJVMMaxHeapSize
and to get get better database performance I increased the database IO buffers using
also using cac [read] Keywords: domino
Sorry Samsung, Apple you’re wrong
Sun, Oct 19th 2014 3:14p Fredrik Norling Samsung, Apple and the Peddle smart watch everybody seams to releasing watches now but how smart is these watches. They have displays, and different kinds of sensors, but smart, I don’t know. They are only an extension of the phone. because you need the phone for them to work.
Then I watched one of the keynotes from Dreamforce 14
And saw the new cuff phone smart watch PULS created by Will I AM this might not be the best product but the way is the correct one. Create the smart device and p [read] Keywords: apple
The new keylogger function in ios8
Tue, Sep 30th 2014 5:58a Fredrik Norling Yes, if you install a third party keyboard one of the new features in IOS8 and give it full access. You also agree to send everything you write to a third party. Not only do you agree that the developers of the keyword can read anything you write, they are also allowed to send the information to their own servers for processing and once what you have written is there. You have no chance of knowing what they will do with your written passwords, credit card numbers and all other personal informati [read] Keywords:
The difference between more or less
Mon, Sep 29th 2014 1:45p Fredrik Norling Building up expectations before you start using something must be one of the greatest feelings, opening up the box to a new “thing”, Jippi!!!
When you’re looking to buy something, you look at all the features of the “thing” and how that fit’s your list of needs. If the list of features comes from reading a spec or from a video presentation of the feature(s). The feeling when you find a “thing” that meet your list of needs is really great. It’ [read] Keywords: apple
Maximum file upload size in Domino all the places to edit
Thu, Sep 11th 2014 1:00p Fredrik Norling If you ever wanted to increase the file upload size in Domino you have probably seen that there are several places to update depending on the configuration. I was increasing this on a server this week and missed one of the places and couldn’t understand where I missed, Per-Henrik Lausten pointed me what I missed. So I though I would write a post about this I might help someone else, or help me the next time I forget.
Open up the Server document and go to the “Internet Protocols” [read] Keywords: domino
Evolving the easy XPage keyword bean
Mon, Sep 8th 2014 4:18a Fredrik Norling The first part of the easy keyword bean can be found here
When working with keywords in XPages your application could greatly take advantage of the possibilities in the XPage Engine. Thru caching of data, What do I mean with caching?
Well today the keyword bean is located in viewScope and that means that it lives only on the current page that is opened. If you move the bean to applicationscope and add some caching functionality we only need to go into the database if the keyword never have been [read] Keywords: xpages application
Creating an easy XPage keyword bean
Thu, Sep 4th 2014 2:12p Fredrik Norling Start by creating a form named Keyword, in this form add the fields Name and Data, add the multivalue checkbox in the datafield
Save the form
Now you need to create the lookup view, create a view called byKeyword
Add 2 columns name and data. The name column should display the name of the Namefield and it must be sorted and the second view should show the data field, Save the new view.
Let move over to the interesting code, create a new java class named FormHelper and place it [read] Keywords: xpages application