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Deep Dive into Social Business Toolkit with XPages: The Box Integration (1)
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I have my own extension library...
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 5:30a   Serdar Basegmez
6 months ago, I accepted my problem. As many developers, I was working on several different XPages projects in different times. Using a couple of Java classes over and over again. Each time I add a new method/modify an existing one, I was copying and pasting code between several applications. Versioning was a nightmare. One day, I decided to solve this. I was going to create a JAR file for all my utility classes and share that among several projects. Started coding on Eclipse. I don't re
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XPages Performance: Dojo Widgets and Resource Aggregation
Thu, May 28th 2015 6:00a   Serdar Basegmez
This time, I skip the "...after a loooong time..." and "...sorry for not blogging frequently..." stuff, and directly jumping into the topic :) Lately, I have been working on developing my own extension library for different applications on a client. I started with putting a couple of Java libraries, utility objects and managed beans, but it evolved into a very cool project. I want to talk about it, but not now. Today, we will talk about a boring topic, Dojo. In my plugin, I had one p
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Ready for Engage 2015?
Thu, Mar 26th 2015 8:10p   Serdar Basegmez
This is going to be my first Engage/BLUG next week! So excited to see many friends! I am also honored to be accepted for speaking at Engage 2015. Here are details on my session... DEV12. 10 Mistakes You and Every XPages Developer Make. Yes, I said YOU! Tuesday, 14:45 - 15:30, Room: D A classic learning curve for any new development paradigm involves certain tipping points. After tutorials, documentation, samples and other resources, developers experience a long period of challenges b
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The time for the #IBMConnectED...
Thu, Jan 22nd 2015 5:08a   Serdar Basegmez
It's January again. After a long journey from the other side of the world, I'll be there for the fourth time. Really excited to see many friends again... This might be the last "Orlando" conference for most of us. It will be shorter and seems to be less crowded this year. But I'm sure, there won't be empty table at Big River on saturday and Kimonos throughout all week. I will arrive around friday midnight. Let me know if you need a ride. BALD (Bloggers and friends Annual Lotusphe
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Deep Dive into Social Business Toolkit with XPages: The Box Integration (1)
Mon, Sep 15th 2014 7:12a   Serdar Basegmez
I have been working on IBM Social Business Toolkit SDK for a long time. Last year we have introduced a couple of cool demos on IBM Connect with my friend Graham Acres. One example was the XPages integration with Basecamp. It has been on my to-do list for months to blog more details on this topic. Finally, here I am... This is going to be a series of blog post. What I'm planning is to blog about a basic example that integrates XPages applications with one or more cloud-based services for
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XPages Tip: Realizing the Cost of a Value Binding...
Mon, Sep 8th 2014 2:06a   Serdar Basegmez
A little tip on XPages development... We are binding values everywhere on our pages. Are you optimizing the way you use them? Basic value binding is straight forward. If you use a data source, scope variable or any other property/map/list object from your bean, etc, you are good. However if you 'compute' something to get a value, that computation has a processor and a memory cost. Let's see an example here. Consider the following code, where we want to get some input via a combobo




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