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
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.
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
Using jQuery .when() to trigger a screen update after select2 has loaded
Tue, Oct 28th 2014 5:58a Mark Roden We have an XPage with over 100 complex fields on it and we found that applying Select2 to it took a noticeable amount of time – tangible to the user.
Users would see the original “SELECT” fields before the nicer select2 style was applied.
So we determined to hide all the fields on the form until select2 was finished loading, then show them all select2’d. The problem was that would could not find an obviously way to do this. I was looking for a parameter within the s [read] Keywords: xpages css
Oh duh, that is why Node Package Manager (npm) is so cool
Tue, Oct 14th 2014 9:07p Mark Roden I am in the process of playing with Bluemix and part of the reason or this is to learn more about node.js. It is really cool to learn something new and also to broaden the mind. But I digress – Node Package Manager (npm) makes using node.js so simple it is mind boggling…
Without going into masses of detail on node.js (which I might at some point) here is the simple example of what I am trying to do and why npm is so cool. Node Package Manager (npm) allows you to install any node [read] Keywords: application
Opening an XPage in XPiNC and passing Query_String parameters
Tue, Sep 30th 2014 7:22p Mark Roden I was very pleasantly surprised to find this works – coincidentally – twice this week someone has asked this question – can I open an XPage in XPiNC directly? I thought the answer was no……and not for the first (and/or last) time I was wrong.
The answer lies here – http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ddwiki.nsf/dx/Domino_Designer_URLs_for_XPages
To prove it I created a plain XPage and added the firebugLite custom control
The following XPiNC URL
notes://copper/882579C [read] Keywords: ldd
What is a social presence worth?
Sun, Sep 21st 2014 7:51p Mark Roden We had an interesting discussion internally at work about what exactly does our “Social Presence” do for us? I put time and thought to it and it turns out to be a question I can answer on many levels. I am still not entirely sure what the answer is.
What does being social mean?
Being social means sharing through ideas, code, concepts, dreams….anything really – but sharing it. Within the XPages community we have a multitude of people who are social for many different r [read] Keywords: domino