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LotusLearns reposted my entire article on watermark.js without my consent and even though there is a link back to the blog I take great exception to this unethical behaviour. The fact that there is adverts on this site and someone else may make money out of my content is gawling.

I copy other people’s ideas and code all the time and then re-purpose them with my own, new ideas. That is how we evolve culturally.

Look at my article and you will how to appropriately credit other people for their work. Ethically it is the right thing to do and I would expect anyone to do the same with my content.

I always link to the original with a comment and a name
I never copy and paste content without stating as such
I do not claim the idea as my own.

Lotus Learns has crossed the line with my blog content and many other people’s content and needs to be stopped.

I have reported it and so should you if you are affected

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This is the ONLY site which I allow to do that.

Read my copyright statement on the about page if you are in any doubt. I specifically state you can reuse my CODE, I do not say you can reuse all my words without my consent.

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x$ – now a part of XPages Extension Library
Tue, Nov 18th 2014 9:16p   Mark Roden
I am very flattered to find out that not only is my x$ OpenNTF xSnippet being used more widely than I realized (over 600 downloads). It now being used in the latest release of the OpenNTF Extension library. If you look here – http://bootstrap4xpages.com/xsp/.ibmxspres/.extlib/responsive/xpages/js/xsp-mixin.js and search for it you will find //jQuery selector that works with XPages IDs //See - http://openntf.org/XSnippets.nsf/snippet.xsp?id=x-jquery-selector-for-xpages function x$(id [read] Keywords: xpages community openntf
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Got non-XPages design elements? You really should use WebContent.
Mon, Nov 17th 2014 7:20p   Mark Roden
Recently I was able to help explain an issue Russ Maher was having with his application png files - http://xpagetips.blogspot.com/2014/11/got-png-you-may-get-problems.html. It got me thinking that as modern web developers (which is what XPage developers need to be), we should not be using Domino database elements for “web elements”. Back before R8 we all used the Database Files, Style sheets and Database Images as a way to reference files as part of the database. I now believe w [read] Keywords: domino R8 xpages application applications css database development server
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XPages and Bluemix: How to create a Websockets message without being connected to the application
Sun, Nov 16th 2014 6:32p   Mark Roden
In this article I demonstrate how to create a Websocket message to be broadcast, from a website which is not connected to the Websocket directly. This will be achieved by using a http POST request of the message to a node.js server hosted on Bluemix and having that server then emit a Websocket message out to the application. Introduction In the previous article I demonstrated how to create an XPages chat client using a Bluemix hosted node.js server. I was able to do this by porting the node. [read] Keywords: ibm xpages ajax application javascript security server
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One way to make a responsive XPages viewPanel
Tue, Nov 11th 2014 7:41p   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate a method for hiding columns using CSS and making an XPages view Panel pseudo-responsive. What is Responsive Design? Responsive design is an approach to web page creation that makes use of flexible layouts, flexible images and cascading style sheet media queries. The goal of responsive design is to build web pages that detect the visitor’s screen size and orientation and change the layout accordingly. http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/responsive-des [read] Keywords: xpages css mobile xml
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Creating an XPages Websockets chat client using Bluemix
Sun, Nov 9th 2014 7:53p   Mark Roden
In this article I will demonstrate how I was able to take an example Bluemix, node.js based, websocket chat program and re-purpose it to be used in XPages. Introduction Earlier this year I was very excited to find the Websockets in XPages project on OpenNTF published by Mark Ambler. The concept behind that project is to be able to create a notes document in a queue which is processed and then send out to all users. As much as I promised to help out and use the project, life and a business need [read] Keywords: domino ibm notes xpages ajax application applications css database dojo interface javascript mobile openntf server xml
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Finding your localStorage values – Chrome Developer Tools
Thu, Nov 6th 2014 8:05p   Mark Roden
Just a quick tip – if you use localStorage and you need to find out what values you have in localStorage you can see them through developer tools easily. F12 to pull up developer tools Resources Local Storage is right there PS A similar feature will be release in the next Firefox (34) developer tools – https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Storage_Inspector [read] Keywords: firefox




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Because developers make mistakes – Webstorm Local History
Wed, Nov 5th 2014 10:24p   Mark Roden
Similar to Eclipse, Webstorm has a local history capability, allowing the developer who realizes they made an idiot mistake an hour ago, to go back to it and save their day. We’ve all been there and while committing to source control is a must for modern development, there are those times in between commits and then those when you are just too lazy to go through the repo looking for it. Local History Local History is always enabled in Webstorm – for the official help check here. U [read] Keywords: development eclipse
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Conditional style loading in IE10+
Sun, Nov 2nd 2014 8:12p   Mark Roden
I learned this recently when trying to load a conditional stylesheet into an XPage. IE9 worked but IE11 failed on me and I couldn’t see why. It was only a small change so I ended up putting it in the main stylesheet as a media query. Apparently IE10 and above does not understand conditional HTML code like this http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ie/hh801214(v=vs.85).aspx So to load a style conditionally in IE11 you can do it like this @media screen and (-ms-high-contrast: a [read] Keywords: css microsoft xml
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Simple examples of how Google Developer Tools can aid Mobile Development
Thu, Oct 30th 2014 7:36p   Mark Roden
In this article I will show some simple examples of how Google Developer Tools can be used to help in mobile (responsive) development. Introduction Google Developer Tools (F12) within Chrome is one of those things which you *know* is way more powerful that you have ever cared to look at but this week I was introduced to a very cool new feature – thanks to @simonreid123. The ability to control the veiwport and size of the viewing window, as well as being able to throttle the speed of page [read] Keywords: development google iphone mobile network twitter
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Binding jQuery code to an XPages partialRefresh using DOM Mutation events
Wed, Oct 29th 2014 7:38p   Mark Roden
Introduction In this article I will demonstrate how to bind to the event which triggers on the completion of an XPages partialRefresh. Using that binding we will then be able to action to contents of the newly added partialRefresh DOM elements. Background In multiple articles I have discussed the use of the onComplete event of a programmatically triggered partialRefresh to be able to re-apply a jQuery plugin’s bindings to an area of an XPage. This works very nicely and integrates with the [read] Keywords: domino xpages application css dojo server




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