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Creating Bootstrap Widgets Using Dojo at ATLUG
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Our Adventures into Creating a Secure MVC Framework - Part 3 - Experimentation
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Creating Bootstrap Widgets Using Dojo at ATLUG
Wed, Apr 27th 2016 1:52p   Richard Moy
Thanks to Lisa and Darren Duke, I will be presenting at ATLUG on May 19, 2016 on combining my two favorite open source frameworks, Twitter Bootstrap and Dojo, to create widgets that your can use in your web-based application. This presentation is not XPages specific. The presentation will be held at the IBM Technical Exploration Center in Atlanta. So if you are a web developer using or thinking about using Dojo and Bootstrap come join me or to just listen to me rant and rave. IBM Corp (Building
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Registration for MWLUG 2016 is now open.
Mon, Apr 25th 2016 12:02p   Richard Moy
We please to announce that registration for MWLUG 2016, Austin Texas is now opened. The eighth MWLUG conference will be held at the Four Seasons in downtown Austin, Texas from August 17 to 19, 2016. We expect this to be our biggest MWLUG conference with many exciting events and learning. We are planning two pre-conference events for which registration will be open soon, including a tour of the IBM Design Center in Austin plus a trip to the Alamo and the San Antonio Riverwalk. http://mwlug.co
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MWLUG 2016, Defining the Art Collaboration - Abstract Submission is Open
Mon, Apr 18th 2016 12:23p   Richard Moy
Abstract submission for MWLUG 2016 is now open. Mike McGarel and his team worked hard on our new redesigned conference web site. Abstract submission will close on May 27, 2016. Are you new to speaking? Well here is your chance to speak at a conference on a topic that you know well. Every year we reserve a number of speaking slots for new speakers. So take this unique opportunity to speak at a MWLUG conference and submit an abstract. To submit your abstract go to: http://www.mwlug.com/mwlug/m
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Announcing MWLUG 2016: Defining the Art of Collaboration
Wed, Feb 24th 2016 3:19p   Richard Moy
We are please to officially announce that MWLUG 2016 will be held on August 17-19, 2016 at the Four Seasons in Austin Texas. We have secured a special rate for this event. With all the new innovations that IBM and IBM Business Partners are creating with our favorite technologies, we are "Defining the Art of Collaboration" which is our theme for MWLUG 2016. We are expecting an even greater turnout this year at MWLUG 2016. We are planning many activities and new formats to make this a special e
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My Final Thoughts on IBM Connect 2016
Sun, Feb 14th 2016 4:23p   Richard Moy
Today I was able to spend an hour writing up my thoughts about IBM Connect 2016. I have had no time in the past few months to blog and continue my current series, but made a special effort to write this article. Like many, I had low expectations this year for IBM Connect given the venue from last year. For me the greatest asset of IBM Connect for many years has been networking with the ICS community whether they are IBMers, IBM Business Partners, or IBM Customers. Most sessions in the past bec
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Our Adventures into Creating a Secure MVC Framework - Part 3 - Experimentation
Mon, Nov 23rd 2015 11:33a   Richard Moy
Now that we have defined our design requirements, we needed to determine the tools and approach that we would use to create our framework. We had created previous versions of iPhora Touch using Dojo and wanted to start from scratch on what tools we would use to create our framework. Everyone that I talked to asked me why I was using Dojo since it is big and slow. So we started looking at different options. Do we take one of the existing more bare bones MVC framework like Backbone and take com
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Our Adventures into Creating a Secure MVC Framework - Part 2 - Design Requirements
Thu, Nov 12th 2015 1:39p   Richard Moy
When we created iPhora Touch version 2, it was a multiple page application that utilized Dojo 1.53 and Bootstrap 2.32. The interface worked well on desktops but broke down when used on tablets. It was totally unusable in a phone environment. Since it was a multiple page solution each page needed to reload Dojo as you jump from page to page. Since we wanted a secured environment, pages could not be cached. However, this slowed down the loading and response of each page. Since we were using Doj
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Our Adventures into Creating a Secure MVC Framework - Part 3 - The Experimentation
Fri, Nov 6th 2015 11:27p   Richard Moy
Dojorama. Domino Interface
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Our Adventures into Creating a Secure MVC Framework - Part 1 - Introduction
Fri, Nov 6th 2015 12:08p   Richard Moy
As I was writing this series, it cause me to rethink some approaches and redesign part of our MVC framework. Therefore, it took me a bit longer to start this series than I thought. But here goes. Introduction The concept of Model-View-Controller MVC can be implemented in two ways, using a server-side component framework that generates the Web application interface/view or as a JavaScript framework that gets data from the server and generates the Web application interface/view . In this series,
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Fall 2015 GRANITE LUG Meeting, December 2, 2015
Thu, Oct 22nd 2015 10:34a   Richard Moy
Fall 2015 GRANITE LUG Meeting December 2, 2015 IBM Center Downtown Chicago Room 6601 Come join us for the fall 2015 GRANITE Lotus User Group meeting. We have a packed day of presentations for administrators, developers and managers.Breakfast and lunch will be generously provided by Ytria, Inc. To register for this event go to:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-2015-granite-lug-meeting-tickets-19187541453 For community members that can not attend in person, Ytria has set up a web broadcast for th




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