Mark Leusink has contributed a great
utility for XPages developers - XPages
Debug Toolbar. It allows XPages
developers to log messages that are then displayed in a browser window.
Additionally it displays properties from the different scopes and allows
inspecting the page.
The project demonstrates community power
since it extends a project from Tommy Valand and Keith Strickland also
helped with logging from Java.
The toolbar/output can be displayed
on the current page or in a separate window. The following screenshot shows
a minimized toolbar and some test buttons that generate messages from SSJS
The next screenshot shows a second window
that is opened at the same time which displays the messages when the buttons
Winners of the latest XSnippets Contest
Wed, Dec 4th 2013 8:48a Serdar Basegmez OpenNTF continues to award high quality
made to the XSnippets
site. Today we are happy to announce the sixth set of winners of the contest
who will each receive $100 (US).
Four snippets have been
selected among all that have been submitted within the last quarter (Jul.1
The judging panel of Mark
Leusink, Per Henrik Lausten and Serdar Basegmez selected the following
snippets based on originality, technical value, reusability and wow factor:
[read] Keywords: dojo
Philippe Riand: Help Wanted for Bootstrap 3.0 Support for XPages
Tue, Nov 26th 2013 12:15a Niklas Heidloff Philippe Riand posted a new release of
with an experimental 3.0.0 theme.
"This release features several
- Bug fixed in the outline menu renderer
(thanks to Colin McDonald for reporting the issue). It also no longer relies
on the blank gif image from oneui, but uses its own copy.
- New 2.3.2 theme, as this is the latest
2.x release of Bootstrap. 2.3.1 is still provided, but will be removed
soon, so use 2.3.2 instead.
- Experimental 3.0.0 theme. [read] Keywords: xpages bug
Meet OpenNTF at IBM Connect 2014
Mon, Nov 25th 2013 12:30a Niklas Heidloff IBM has announced some of the IBM Connect
2014 sessions on the Social
Business Insights Blog. Our OpenNTF
breakout session has been accepted! As in the last three years we will
present the latest and greatest projects and efforts from OpenNTF:
"Don't reinvent the Wheel - (Re)use
Open Source Software from OpenNTF
Speakers: Christian Guedemann, OpenNTF
/ WebGate Consulting AG, Niklas Heidloff, IBM
Abstract: OpenNTF is THE open source
community for IBM Collaboration Solutions with [read] Keywords: collaboration
OpenNTF Essentials available today!
Wed, Nov 20th 2013 1:27p Christian Guedemann We have made a lot of noise about OpenNTF
Essentials. Thanks to all that joined our webinar. It's really a good sign
of our community. Technically OpenNTF Essentials combines a set of projects
into a single updatesite and delivers this with all the example databases
for each individual project. But the technical aspect was not the challenge.
It was hard to define our starting point. Will we displease people because
we have chosen the wrong projects? But it's a bit like doing a sightseein [read] Keywords: collaboration
New OpenNTF Project: XPT / XPages Toolkit
Mon, Nov 18th 2013 10:20a Christian Guedemann I've released the Version 1.0.0 of the
Project XPages Toolkit,
in short XPT. Like the Extension Library or POI4XPages, the XPT is a plugin.
A example database shows the different capabilities of the XPT. To give
you an overview of the features of the XPT I've made this short video.
Hope this gives you a first impression,
what the XPT is. [read] Keywords: xpages database
@DNUG: Niklas Heidloff speaks about OpenNT
Tue, Nov 12th 2013 2:15p Christian Guedemann Niklas Heidloff, Technical Chair at OpenNTF
has the honor to opens the second day of the DNUG "Social
Collaboration 39" Conference.
He will talk about the newest ideas and plans at OpenNTF and give you an
update about all the things that has happen 2013.
If you have any question about OpenSource
or OpenNTF, try to meet him. Are you planing to contribute software, or
have you an idea for a cool project? A short chat with Niklas will help
you to see all the opportunities and prevent you [read] Keywords: collaboration