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New interesting openntf project
Fredrik    

I found this interesting project on openntf.org yeasterday Ruby in XPages if you don’t know what this is it’s an implementation so you can write Ruby code inside an XPage. You might say I don’t know Ruby so how can this be of interest to me.

I don’t either know Ruby but I think the project it self has other interesting things because it shows how to implement another language into XPages, perhaps node.js, PHP or ASP.Net. 

Another post about the possibilites to expand XPages was posted by Sven Hasselbach awhile ago show a way to write lotusscript code inside an xpage –>Post  (use Chome or Rockmelt to get the post in english)



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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 inotes application database properties server
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What can we expect from Apple today and where can I watch the event?
Tue, Sep 9th 2014 8:03a   Fredrik Norling
IOS 8 with Release around the 15:th of September – Ultra high a new IPhone with larger screen – Very high NFC and iPay, apples take on mobile payments – High iWatch, the only watch you ever need – Medium iHealthband, a wristband that monitor you health – Medium a new Corporate appstore with IBM – Low New IPad – Low New Apple TV, with appstore – Low New iPod – Low iGlasses, Apples take on the Google glasses – Low You can watch the Appl [read] Keywords: ibm apple google iphone ipod mac mobile
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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 database java javascript openntf server xml
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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 database java javascript xml
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Take the time and show some appreciation for someone, I will!!!
Wed, Sep 3rd 2014 1:11p   Fredrik Norling
It’s that time of the year where IBM want you to nominate the people that bring the ICS Community forward. There are several ways of doing this, an IBM Champion could be someone that helps people on stackoverflow, share projects on openntf.org or just some great xSnippets. Perhaps someone of the great bloggers  on Planetlotus.org. Or perhaps one of the great people how speak at conferences like IBM Connect or some local event. Nominate a IBM Champion now, it’s a great way t [read] Keywords: ibm lotus xpages community openntf planetlotus planetlotus.org
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Why you should move all routines to an application
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 3:39a   Fredrik Norling
How many paper based-routines does your company have? If you are lucky you can answer none on this question, but are you sure? What about vacations When you are sick Expence report Time report Purcase requests Travel expense requests Performance Appraisals (PA) And there is probably lots more routines If you still can say no, then your company has came very far and you are one of the lucky few employees that can work 100% digital. These are some reasons why your company should move towards ge [read] Keywords: domino ibm lotus application applications development security




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Internet of things is that something to care about
Wed, Aug 13th 2014 3:42a   Fredrik Norling
Finally is the revolution here, since I’ve started as a developer I have waited for this. Integration of things is really interesting. And will help us a lot, you might say why should my coffee maker be connected to the internet? The answer to that is how many times have you asked yourself, did I turn off the coffee maker. That’s only one thing, add sensors to everything in your house and you can start to get an alarm if there is an water leakage, a fire is starting, the sensors can [read] Keywords: ibm google integration javascript
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Creating your first XPage Repository using GitBlit
Mon, Aug 4th 2014 3:21a   Fredrik Norling
If you read my last article about setting up your own GitBlit Server with Domino credentials this is the next step. Creating your first repository and pushing up an xpage application to the server. Login to your git blit server and click on the repositories tab Click on new Repository at the right hand side of the UI Give your new repository a name, and write a description if you like. There is lot’s of other options that you can setup but they are not needed for this example. C [read] Keywords: domino application development server
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Another great developer book found
Tue, Jun 10th 2014 1:32p   Fredrik Norling
Summer is here and book reading time for me is also here, I’ve read and added this great resource to my desk at work, JQuery and Javascript Phasebook. I often like to have all my resources as pdf files but in some cases a reference book can come in handy. Easy to pick up without the need for extra screens (They are full with applications anyway) This book is one of them, if you develop using jQuery this book has lots of short code snippets that will come in handy when developing using JQu [read] Keywords: applications css javascript mobile
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Setup a Free Git server with Domino Credentials in a few minutes
Thu, May 29th 2014 4:29a   Fredrik Norling
Today I’m going to show you hav to setup you own internal Free Git server in five minutes Make sure that you have java version 7 installed in you windows server. JRE or JDK any version works. If you don’t have one goto java.com and install the a java jre. Goto the java download page scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the JCE Open up the downloaded zip file and copy the 2 selected files To the folder libsecurity below your java installation folder in my case it was C: [read] Keywords: admin domino development email interface java linux oracle password properties security server




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