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Marky & Mark’s ‘mobile first’ ConnectED Sessions demo app
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Fun with Domino, AngularJS and CORS (not really)
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 10
Domino Access Services: ‘Limit Exceeded’ error for view entry collections
Mon, Dec 8th 2014 7
Bootstrap in XPages: now part of the Extension Library
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Deploying angular-seed to Heroku
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Escaping the yellow bubble at ICON UK
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XPages gotcha: mode=”concat” in your themes
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Getting HTML from any RichText item
Fri, Jul 11th 2014 18
Considering a Domino upgrade to 9.0.1 FP1 or 9.0.2? Beware of custom Java security policies
Wed, Jun 25th 2014 17
Create HTML emails from RichText fields with embedded images and attachments
Thu, Jul 3rd 2014 12
XPages gotcha: mode=”concat” in your themes
Thu, Aug 28th 2014 10
Deploying angular-seed to Heroku
Tue, Oct 7th 2014 10
Bootstrap in XPages: now part of the Extension Library
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 10
Fun with Domino, AngularJS and CORS (not really)
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 10
Marky & Mark’s ‘mobile first’ ConnectED Sessions demo app
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 10
Escaping the yellow bubble at ICON UK
Tue, Sep 16th 2014 8
Domino Access Services: ‘Limit Exceeded’ error for view entry collections
Mon, Dec 8th 2014 7


Mark Leusink
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Marky & Mark’s ‘mobile first’ ConnectED Sessions demo app
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 5:11a   Mark Leusink
In about two weeks time IBM’s ConnectED takes off. We (that’s me and Marky Roden) were fortunate enough to be allowed to speak there with a brand new session titled “The Future of Web Development – Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino”. And of course there’s gonna be demos. Lots of them. But we wanted to make them useful too. So we decided to create a ‘mobile first’ Sessions demo app. Check it out at beyondtheeveryday.com and be con
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Fun with Domino, AngularJS and CORS (not really)
Mon, Dec 15th 2014 5:12a   Mark Leusink
For a mobile app I’m currently working on (more on that soon) I’m using Domino Access Services. After fixing the issue with the number of entries returned by a view entry service, I quickly ran into other issues. I’m using a frontend build with Angular that’s running on a different domain name. So I have to add CORS headers (Cross Origin Resource Sharing). That’s easy: create a response document for the Internet Site in the Domino Directory and add an Access-Control
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Domino Access Services: ‘Limit Exceeded’ error for view entry collections
Mon, Dec 8th 2014 5:11a   Mark Leusink
If you’re using Domino Access Services to get a view entry collection and include the count=XXX parameter (like described here), you’ll get an error if the number is larger than 100: Limit exceeded. Cannot read more than 1500 entries. According to this, this limit was introduced with the 901v00_10 version of the Extension Library. I just ran into that limit myself and decided to do some digging in the ExtLib source. In one of the source files I found that the maximum can actually
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Bootstrap in XPages: now part of the Extension Library
Mon, Nov 10th 2014 6:16a   Mark Leusink
Today IBM released a new version of the Extension Library (901v00_10 to be exact). The biggest news being that Bootstrap is now an official part of that plugin. They essentially took the Bootstrap4XPages plugin that Phil Riand and I have been working on and integrated it in the project. It’s great to see that IBM fully embraces Bootstrap to make XPages responsive (and good looking) and too see how a community driven project becomes part of the core product. I already had a play with the ne
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Deploying angular-seed to Heroku
Tue, Oct 7th 2014 8:11a   Mark Leusink
Angular-seed is an application skeleton for AngularJS apps. It helps you to quickly bootstrap new applications. I’m currently using it for an app I’m writing and wanted to deploy that to Heroku for testing. Since that wasn’t a very straightforward process, I thought I’d share my experiences here. If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already cloned the repo from https://github.com/angular/angular-seed and wrote the app. Of course you can also just deploy the
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Escaping the yellow bubble at ICON UK
Tue, Sep 16th 2014 6:12a   Mark Leusink
Last Friday I was in Londen for what was yet again an excellent ICON UK. Tim Clark really did a great job in organising it and I hope he can now relax again. Kudos also to Tony Holder for organising the speaker dinner at Wilton’s. Didn’t know you can eat that well in the UK! The venue (IBM Client Centre) added a nice touch to the conference and was conveniently located at the center of Londen. That allowed me to try out a Boris Bike and see what cycling on the left side of the road i
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XPages gotcha: mode=”concat” in your themes
Thu, Aug 28th 2014 8:11a   Mark Leusink
Suppose you have an XPage with a repeat control on it to show a list of documents. In the repeat you generate an for every document. Based on the status of the document you decide to give the button a different color, so you make the styleClass property of the button computed: That’s (roughly) the code you’d have to write. And guess what: it all works. Everyone’s happy! So you decide to enhance the looks of your application and include Bootstrap. Bootstra
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Getting HTML from any RichText item
Fri, Jul 11th 2014 6:11a   Mark Leusink
Last week I blogged about sending the contents of a RichText field (including images and attachments) as an HTML mail. Today’s task was related: get the contents of a RichText item as HTML, knowing that the contents can be stored in the item as either MIME or standard RichText. With the wrapDocument() function I showed you last week you can easily get MIME contents as HTML. After some investigation it turns out that with some small changes you can use the same method to let Domino convert
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Create HTML emails from RichText fields with embedded images and attachments
Thu, Jul 3rd 2014 8:11a   Mark Leusink
If you want to send formatted (HTML) emails from Domino you have a couple of options. Starting with version 9, there’s a simple action that allows you to send HTML mail by just configuring some options. You can also use Tony McGuckin’s emailBean snippet to send an HTML mail from an XPage directly, including embedded images and/or attachments. And there’s also the SSJS snippet I wrote to send an email from any backend SSJS script. Unfortunately, none of these could do what I wan
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Considering a Domino upgrade to 9.0.1 FP1 or 9.0.2? Beware of custom Java security policies
Wed, Jun 25th 2014 6:09a   Mark Leusink
If you have custom Java security policies in place on your Domino server (either through a modified java.policy or java.pol file) you might want to read this before you upgrade. When I want to change to Java security policy on a Domino server I create a java.pol file in the jvm/lib/security folder and add everything I want. That folder also contains the default java.policy file, but you don’t want to add your changes in there: that file tends to get overwritten when doing a server upgra




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