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Creating a periodic array of dates in JavaScript
Thu, Feb 26th 2015 120
JavaScript is Awesome
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Creating your own sample Bluemix application – a NotesIn9 presentation
Sun, Feb 22nd 2015 129
Using CSS3 border-radius to round a Bootstrap button
Tue, Feb 17th 2015 30
Mobile web app usability tip: Selecting all text when clicking on an input field
Sun, Feb 15th 2015 20
Dynamically changing form labels into placeholders for mobile devices
Tue, Feb 3rd 2015 10
Best ConnectED ever !!!
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 7
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JavaScript is Awesome
Tue, Feb 24th 2015 425
Creating your own sample Bluemix application – a NotesIn9 presentation
Sun, Feb 22nd 2015 129
Creating a periodic array of dates in JavaScript
Thu, Feb 26th 2015 120
Using CSS3 border-radius to round a Bootstrap button
Tue, Feb 17th 2015 30
Mobile web app usability tip: Selecting all text when clicking on an input field
Sun, Feb 15th 2015 20
Creating an XPages Websockets chat client using Bluemix
Sun, Nov 9th 2014 13
BTE102: The Demonstration application – beyondtheeveryday.com
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 13
Scrolling to the errors – Making XPages Error Handling more user friendly
Wed, Jan 14th 2015 13
WebSockets comes to XPages!! Awesome – Awesome – Awesome
Tue, May 20th 2014 12
Looking forward to IBM ConnectED – AD201: IBM Domino Applications in Bluemix
Thu, Dec 11th 2014 12




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Creating a periodic array of dates in JavaScript
Thu, Feb 26th 2015 2:04p   Mark Roden
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JavaScript is Awesome
Tue, Feb 24th 2015 7:45p   Mark Roden
Yes it is  
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Creating your own sample Bluemix application – a NotesIn9 presentation
Sun, Feb 22nd 2015 10:02p   Mark Roden
I created a Notesin9.com video for the purpose of demonstrating how quickly and easily you can repeat one of the IBM example applications for yourself. In just over 10 minutes you can deploy a new Bluemix hosted Text To Speech example using the Watson Text To Speech service which is reeeeeally cool :) Watch the video here […]
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Using CSS3 border-radius to round a Bootstrap button
Tue, Feb 17th 2015 7:46p   Mark Roden
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Mobile web app usability tip: Selecting all text when clicking on an input field
Sun, Feb 15th 2015 10:14p   Mark Roden
I am working on a single page mobile only web app where someone needs to just update numbers, easily and quickly. I found during some usability testing that having to tap into a field then tap to the end of the field and then start to add the numbers was way too much like hard […]
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Dynamically changing form labels into placeholders for mobile devices
Tue, Feb 3rd 2015 7:31p   Mark Roden
When building a mobile interface with bootstrap, one design option is to use placeholders to signify the field label. This approach has many critics who questions the page accessibility, the fact that when you click into the field and start typing you lose the context, and so on. It is however an approach which is […]
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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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