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Hi Chicago – what changed?
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And the gloves are off……
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You know you fell asleep at the keyboard when……
MarkyRoden    

Packed it in late last night and closed the laptop, figured I was falling asleep anyway

 

Come in this morning, open it up and I am presented with this…would have been even funnier if it was zzzz :)

 

 Fell Asleep at the keyboard

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Web Components – Entering the ShadowDOM….
Wed, Jul 9th 2014 9:18p   Mark Roden
Web Components – the future You should first ground yourself on Web Components and read this article on Web Components and concepts, ShadowDOM, imports, templates, custom elements by Todd Motto. Then listen to this Podcast (thanks to Steve for pointing it out) - Web Components with Peter Gasston Once you have read/listened you will have some idea and concept about Web Components and how they are the future….. But what I wanted to show briefly was how to enable the ShadowDOM in C [read] Keywords: agent javascript podcast
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Speaking at MWLUG 2014: Write once, run anywhere – Angular.js in XPages
Tue, Jul 8th 2014 10:55a   Mark Roden
I am very fortunate and excited to announce that I have been accepted to speak at MWLUG 2014. MWLUG will always have a fond place in my heart because I had my first speaking session there back in 2012 and had such a fantastic time it pushed me to do more. I will speak speaking about Angular.js and the opportunity it avails us as Web Developers. We all know IBM Domino is arguably to world’s most secure and mature NoSQL database. So we will take a look at how we can use it like a NoSQL [read] Keywords: domino ibm xpages application applications database development server
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Hi Chicago – what changed?
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 7:16a   Mark Roden
Well it has been on the cards now for 6 months but we finally did it. My family and I moved from Virginia to Chicago and I have started working out of the PSC office in Schaumburg, IL. I was asked nearly 18 months ago if I would consider moving, but for mostly family reasons it took a year or so to organize and agree this was the right thing to do for my career and just as importantly for the family. Working at home has been wonderful for the past two years. But it was also a little limiting [read] Keywords: office
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Angular.js in XPages #6 – A People Manager CRUD application
Sun, Jun 1st 2014 6:58p   Mark Roden
In this article I will bring together everything discussed in the first 5 articles and demonstrate how to create you first basic CRUD application using Angular.js and XPages. Previous articles Angular.js in XPages #5 – Routing Angular.js in XPages #4 – Using Domino Data Angular.js in XPages #3 – The first app Angular.js in XPages #2 – Setting up a Webstorm / Domino development environment Angular.js in XPages #1 – Using the right IDE for development Introduction In the last article w [read] Keywords: domino ibm ods R8 xpages application database development firefox iphone javascript properties server xml
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Angular.js in XPages #5 – Routing
Sun, May 25th 2014 6:52p   Mark Roden
In this article I will show how angular using routing to create a bookmarkable URL string and how that fits together with additional controllers. This will start us on the path to creating our basic CRUD application. This article is based on the Routing and Multiple views tutorial  Routers Way back when the world was young (in internet terms a couple of years ago), when single page apps were all the rage, it was noticed that there was a significant drawback to only having one URL index.html; [read] Keywords: ibm xpages ajax application database xml
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WebSockets comes to XPages!! Awesome – Awesome – Awesome
Tue, May 20th 2014 6:49p   Mark Roden
In this article I will introduce and discuss the OpenNTF WebSockets OSGI plugin by Mark Ambler. The websocket plugin posted to Mark Ambler is based on the http://java-websocket.org/ project. I realize I am not the first person to play with a websocket server on top of a domino database. I know of at least 4 other people who have at least done their own POC for this. But this is the first time I have got my hands on it :) I’m a little excited…… Playing websockets in XPages wit [read] Keywords: agent domino ibm notes rich text sametime xpages application community database integration java javascript network openntf server twitter xml




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Angular.js in XPages #4 – Using Domino Data
Sun, May 18th 2014 6:36p   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate how to use Angular.js to access Domino Data and display it in place of the hard coded data we used in the previous article. Introduction This article is based off the Angular developer tutorial on XHR and dependency injection . It is essential you go and read that article before continuing. It explains how dependency injection works, why it is used and about Angular services. Modifying the controller In our previous article we used a hard coded json string [read] Keywords: agent domino ibm ldd lotus lotusscript ods xpages ajax application database development java security server
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Angular.js in XPages #3 – The first app
Sun, May 11th 2014 6:40p   Mark Roden
In this article I will recreate one of the simple Angularjs.org developer tutorials and relate it to how we would build an equivalent XPages application. Create the database As described in the previous article, set up a Domino database with an ODS. Then link your Webstorm to the new ODS structure. Download the Angular code from https://angularjs.org/ it will be an 8M download. Opening the zip file you will see a lot of “angular files”. These are “Dependency files” [read] Keywords: domino ods xpages application applications database development dojo google java server xml
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Mastering XPages v2 – Review
Sat, May 10th 2014 8:55a   Mark Roden
In this article I will put forth my case as to why you need to buy Mastering XPages v2 – even if you already own v1 Introduction Maybe this book should be entitled – “So you think your an XPages expert? You are not a Master !” Clearly I am not a Master – and couldn’t possibly hope to be one and that is why *I* need this book….. The writing style Perhaps not the most obvious place to start but to me a significant one. There are many styles of writing for [read] Keywords: xpages application applications blogger community css development dojo java javascript mobile properties server
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jQuery Promises – Taking action .when() multiple ajax calls are complete
Wed, May 7th 2014 6:52p   Mark Roden
jQuery.when() – “Provides a way to execute callback functions based on one or more objects, usually Deferred objects that represent asynchronous events” https://api.jquery.com/jQuery.when/ Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to know when two ajax calls are both complete – and then process the data returned from both, at the same time ? Callbacks Off the top of my head I would normally achieve this using a callback – and I have done so in some of my ExtJS in XPage [read] Keywords: xpages ajax




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