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Preview: Import XPages Controls from OpenNTF into Designer
Niklas Heidloff    


Guo Yi and Chen Yang Jun have prototyped an extension to the import and export tool. At some point OpenNTF used this tool to allow importing XPages custom controls into Designer (see old video). There were a couple of issues with this tool though that the new prototype tries to address.

The old version wasn't that visible in Designer. The new version can be launched via right clicking on an NSF project. The old version also used a browser to display the controls, the new one a native Eclipse UI. Additionally the flow in the old version was not natural and not all files/design elements were imported (e.g. no custom Java classes).

Below are some screenshots. Since Guo Yi and Chen Yang Jun work on this in their spare time feedback from you would help to get this finished. I'd think this would be a great addition to OpenNTF and provide a lot of value, now that we have a critical number of open source controls.

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XPages Goes Responsive
Fri, Dec 5th 2014 10:11a   Padraic Edwards
As was recently announced, Bootstrap is now part of the OpenNTF XPages Extension Library, added in release 10. The ExtLib includes a new plugin that contains Bootstrap 3.2.0, providing new renderers for the XPage core controls, the ExtLib controls, and two new Bootstrap themes. An added benefit of supporting Bootstrap is that the ExtLib now includes jQuery 2.1.1, giving XPages developers the power to use jQuery in their apps as well. As most XPages developers know, Responsive Web Des [read] Keywords: ibm xpages applications blogging desktop development openntf
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Latest Release of Extension Library Brings Bootstrap, jQuery, Responsive Design and More
Thu, Nov 20th 2014 4:11p   Paul Withers
For the XPages community, this week has seen some significant announcements and releases on OpenNTF. Indeed, I don't think it's hyperbole to say this is the most significant addition of functionality since the Extensibility API and the Extension Library itself. Covering everything was a webinar yesterday reviewing progress on the Extension Library this year. If you missed it, the webinar is available on replay. The Extension Library was at the core of the announcements. The latest [read] Keywords: domino ibm notes xpages application bug community database development eclipse integration java openntf xml
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OpenNTF at November User Groups
Thu, Nov 13th 2014 5:16p   Paul Withers
Next week two board members, Christian Guedemann and Nathan T Freeman, will be representing OpenNTF at DanNotes. On Wednesday 14:30 Christian and Nathan will be presenting a session together entitled "OpenNTF and open source for developers", detailing plans for OpenNTF over the year to come. On Thursday, there are three more sessions by Nathan or Christian: 09:30 OpenNTF, Graphs, and Revolutions by Nathan T Freeman Problem: Your Domino domain has thousands of isolated dat [read] Keywords: domino notes xpages application community database development enterprise openntf profile
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Cast, Counted and Audited - Here are the results of the OpenNTF Board Election!
Thu, Oct 2nd 2014 2:06a   Peter Tanner
The votes have been cast, counted and audited, and OpenNTF has a renewed slate of Directors, five of whom are joining the Board for the first time. Member Directors: Serdar Basegmez - Developi Information Systems Jesse Gallagher – I Know Some Guys Christian Guedemann - WebGate Justin Hill – Prominic Martin Rolph - Oval Contributor Directors: Oliver [read] Keywords: openntf
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OpenNTF Election will end October 1.
Fri, Sep 26th 2014 7:12a   Peter Tanner
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The OpenNTF Vote is next week!
Tue, Sep 16th 2014 3:14p   Peter Tanner
Ten people involved in OpenNTF's software development activities have decided to run for the eight Director positions. Six are running for the five posiitons reserved for employees of Member companies, and four are running for positions reserved for OpenNTF Contributors. The vote will be held next week. All people eligible to vote should have received an email with candidates statements. If you haven't, please contact ip-manager at openntf dot org Member Candidates' State [read] Keywords: admin collaboration domino ibm lotus notes xpages community development email openntf twitter




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OpenNTF Board Elections
Thu, Aug 28th 2014 1:12p   Peter Tanner
Nominations are now open for the OpenNTF Board Elections. Several Board members will not be standing for re-election – so there is certainly room for new blood. There are five board positions open for Member Directors (those representing OpenNTF's member companies) and three board positions open for Contributor Directors. Member Directors are elected for two years and Contributor Directors for one year. So, if you work for an OpenNTF Member company or if you are an [read] Keywords: openntf
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XPages RDBMS Support - Recent Improvements
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 6:11a   Niklas Heidloff
Below is a video from Brian Gleeson from the XPages team about improvements to the relational database support. "In recent releases of the XPages Extension Library, there have been a number of changes and additions to the feature that supports Relational Databases in XPages applications. To ensure that the XPages community is aware of these changes and their impact, the XPages development team has created the video below. The video is in two parts and each part covers the [read] Keywords: domino ibm xpages applications community database db2 development microsoft mysql openntf server sql
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On OpenNTF: xspless - a LESS CSS Builder for Domino Designer
Thu, Jul 3rd 2014 6:12a   Mark Leusink
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On OpenNTF: PC Config - easy inventarisation of hard- & software
Wed, Jul 2nd 2014 6:12a   Mark Leusink
Dominic Shields just released v0.23 of PC Config. This Notes client application can collect all types of information from the PC it runs on with a single click. It allows you to easily get an overview of the hard- and software in your organisation. Out of the box it shows you the collected information in various views (by OS, CPU, RAM, User, Drive space, etc.). It can also create (Excel) charts from the data it collected. Examples of the information it collects are: OS, CPU, [read] Keywords: ibm notes notes client application mac network openntf vm




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