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Domino Server Side Includes – Oldie but goodie|
Tue, Dec 16th 2014 7:09a Mark Barton
Just came across a small tip that might be useful for somebody.
If you want to merge / combine HTML from an external system into a Domino page then one option is to attach a file resource to the application and then in the form where you want the HTML rendered use the Create / Resource / Insert Resource option.
You end up with a small placeholder icon:
This technique means the file contents are added Server Side rather then using client side technologies like AJAX which is important for
AngularJS Toaster Notifications with Domino|
Mon, May 12th 2014 6:07a Mark Barton
This blog is going to demonstrate how to read some Domino Data via the REST API and then trigger a toaster notification in the browser. It will also demonstrate how we can integrate a small AngularJS module into a standard Domino design element (a page in this instance).
The scenario is we want to display a visual notification to the user when they initially load a page – this notification is specific to them and it can be sticky or only appear for a certain amount of time.
For sticky notifi
AngularJS and Domino – Setting the Scene|
Mon, May 5th 2014 6:09a Mark Barton
Along with Marky Roden and Steven Chapman I am going to blog over the next few weeks about AngularJS and Domino Development. The idea between us we will give out enough information to wet your appetite.
I am not going to cover why you might want to look at AngularJS – hopefully Mark and others have got you interested.