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Domino Server Side Includes – Oldie but goodie
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AngularJS Toaster Notifications with Domino
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AngularJS and Domino – Setting the Scene
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AngularJS Toaster Notifications with Domino
Mon, May 12th 2014 27
Domino Server Side Includes – Oldie but goodie
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AngularJS and Domino – Setting the Scene
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Mark Barton
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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
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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
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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. My approach to leveraging JavaScript frameworks and AngularJS is to consider the Domino Server as just another service in the stack, the idea being it gives maximum flexibili




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