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Best ConnectED ever !!!
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 561
Slide Deck for – BTE 102: The Future of Web Development Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 216
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BTE102: The Demonstration application – beyondtheeveryday.com
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Looking forward to IBM ConnectED – AD201: IBM Domino Applications in Bluemix
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BTE 102: The Future of Web Development Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino
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Scrolling to the errors – Making XPages Error Handling more user friendly
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 15
Debugging iPad / iPhone web based apps using Firebug lite bookmarklet
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Angular in XPages: Formatting Domino Data Services Date values with app.filter
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Thank you everyone for a great 2014 !!!
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Best ConnectED ever !!!
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 10:14p   Mark Roden
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Slide Deck for – BTE 102: The Future of Web Development Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 3:01p   Mark Roden
It was a great great honour and pleasure to speak with Mark Leusink this week at IBMConnectED As promised – here are the slides :) The future of web development write once, run everywhere with angular.js and domino from Mark Roden
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Speedgeeking at ConnectED – Monday at 6:16pm – XPages and Bluemix
Fri, Jan 23rd 2015 8:20a   Mark Roden
Warning – Blatant Self promotion time (“which is different from normal how Marky” – yeah yeah whatever) Next week I will be at ConnectED in Orlando and for those of you who are going I am doing the aforementioned talk with Mark Leusink and also Speedgeeking. 6:15pm in the TechOasis (free beer) – 5 minutes on XPages and Bluemix – I am going to do a live demo which will either totally rock or fall flat on its face. I know I risk the “help” of &#
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Scrolling to the errors – Making XPages Error Handling more user friendly
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 7:52p   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate how to easily improve the server side form validation process from a user’s perspective. Introduction I have to admit that I am not a fan of server side validation. While it suits the developer, it is often not a good user experience. If you complete a large form, hit submit and you have errors returned, it is had to ascertain where the error has occurred. This causes the user to have to scroll up and down the page looking for the error. In an ideal
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BTE102: The Demonstration application – beyondtheeveryday.com
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 4:50a   Mark Roden
In the previous post  I described how Mark Leusink and I are going to be speaking about Angular.js in our presentation at ConnectED later this month. We are very proud to announce the demonstration application upon which the presentation will be based http://beyondtheeveryday.com This application was created by Mark Leusink and is an amazing example of how simple an Angular application can be integrated with Domino data. The application is fully responsive and is particularly nice to use on
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Win a week of consulting from an IBM Champion
Tue, Jan 6th 2015 10:57a   Mark Roden
PSC is proud to have five people selected as IBM ICS Champions for 2015. This is the second year in a row that PSC has the most ICS Champions of any organization worldwide. In celebration of this achievement, PSC is offering the opportunity to win a free week of consulting (40 hours), including travel costs, from one of our IBM Champions. To be considered please visit the following site and complete the submission form: https://contest.psclistens.com
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Debugging iPad / iPhone web based apps using Firebug lite bookmarklet
Mon, Jan 5th 2015 8:20p   Mark Roden
While the XPages Extension Library contains a control to use the firebug lite control, you might want to use it to debug a production app and or an Angular application which is not residing within XPages. You can do this on Firefox by installing the plugin, but it gets harder when you are testing cross multiple browsers and especially on an iPad where the development tools are limited. You can install firebug lite as a bookmarklet within your iPad bookmarks by following the instructions on th
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Thank you everyone for a great 2014 !!!
Sun, Dec 21st 2014 7:49p   Mark Roden
So my week started off with a question “On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate the year professionally?”. It did not take too long to say 10 out of 10. I have achieved pretty much everything I set out to and more. It has been an interesting year personally and professionally. Much change and many new and interesting people to meet. Having worked for two years at home in Virginia as a remote worked, PSC offered me a new position based out of the main office in Schaumburg IL (just
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Practice what you preach – be fast and look sexy
Tue, Dec 16th 2014 5:19p   Mark Roden
As people who know me well may have heard once or twice, user experience is everything. When designing a custom web based application for a customer, there is always an unwritten requirement of “look sexy” and be fast. This week my team and I at PSC successfully rolled out a new global application to a customer and here are some examples of the feedback we received within the first day or so: I tried the new site only this morning and I have only one word: fantastic! It is very u
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BTE 102: The Future of Web Development Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino
Tue, Dec 16th 2014 5:33a   Mark Roden
Mark Leusink and I are very excited to be presenting a session at ConnectED this coming January. This is a great opportunity to come and find out about something a little different from the normal XPages run of the mill development. Mark and I will provide an introduction to the concepts and structure behind Angular.js, and then demonstrate how to build a very simple yet useful application using Angular.js and a Domino data store. We are also going to blow some minds by showing the same ap




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