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Dropzone.js in XPages: it doesn’t get easier than this
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Quick tip: updating URL hashes in XPages
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File uploads to Domino servlets (with an Angular demo)
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Visual Studio Code, SourceTree and terminal integration on a Mac
Fri, Apr 22nd 2016 17
Fun with Domino, AngularJS and CORS (not really)
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 16
File uploads to Domino servlets (with an Angular demo)
Wed, Jun 24th 2015 15
Dropzone.js in XPages: it doesn’t get easier than this
Sat, Nov 28th 2015 15
Getting HTML from any RichText item
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Create HTML emails from RichText fields with embedded images and attachments
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Marky & Mark’s ‘mobile first’ ConnectED Sessions demo app
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 13
Quick tip: updating URL hashes in XPages
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Considering a Domino upgrade to 9.0.1 FP1 or 9.0.2? Beware of custom Java security policies
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Tracking your XPages app’s usage with Google Analytics
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Mark Leusink
Blog Title LinQed | Mark Leusink
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Visual Studio Code, SourceTree and terminal integration on a Mac
Fri, Apr 22nd 2016 8:06a   Mark Leusink
Over the past couple of weeks, Visual Studio Code has become my favorite editor. It has some great features, is fast and relatively easy to use. Of course I’m still learning how to use it most effectively. Here’s what I learned today. Starting Visual Studio Code from the terminal Visual Studio Code has a built-in function to add a shortcut to it in your environment. That allows you to start it from a terminal. The procedure is described here: https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/edit
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Tracking your XPages app’s usage with Google Analytics
Fri, Jan 8th 2016 9:03a   Mark Leusink
One of the latest requirements from one of my customers was to be able to track the usage of their application. My first though was (obviously): let’s use Google Analytics for that. The application is almost completely built as a Single Page Application (SPA) using one of my favorite ExtLib components: Dynamic Content. That means that for every change in content, only a part of the page is updated. That also means that the URL of the page is never updated. Those two things are important t
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Dropzone.js in XPages: it doesn’t get easier than this
Sat, Nov 28th 2015 6:41a   Mark Leusink
After reading this question on StackOverflow by Daniele Grillo I decided to have a quick shot myself at integrating dropzone.js with XPages. Daniele already gave the solution to his issue himself (no bonus points for me today), but maybe others can benefit from a full example. Source | Database Dropzone.js is a JavaScript library that allows you to easily add a drop area to your web page where users can drop files. Files dropped there are automatically uploaded to the server. Integration is rea
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Quick tip: updating URL hashes in XPages
Wed, Oct 21st 2015 8:21a   Mark Leusink
I’m a big fan of the ExtLib Dynamic Content control. Use it in probably all my single-page XPage apps. Recently I was working on a page that had 2 nested Dynamic Content controls. I wanted to allow users to bookmark the page, including the state of both controls. I wanted to use a URL hash to do that. The useHash option apparently only supports one level, so I had to write a solution involving some client side JavaScript to update the URL hash. Here’s what I used to access the URL ha
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File uploads to Domino servlets (with an Angular demo)
Wed, Jun 24th 2015 8:53a   Mark Leusink
For one of my customers I’ve started working on an application that uses AngularJS for the frontend that talks to a REST API served by IBM Domino. For the REST API we decided use servlets: something that’s covered in great detail on Ed McCormick’s excellent blog. If you haven’t used servlets in a Domino database yet, go read some of his posts on this topic. Make sure you also take a look at the demo application he created containing examples of using servlets for a REST




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