Lotus Domino and Notes 8 Administrator Update to Release 8.5.3

Domino 8.5.x increases performance while at the same time reduces its demands on system resources, due to the support for additional 64 bit platforms and the reduction of I/O and CPU overhead for tasks such as the router, transaction logging, schedule, and design. Other new features are related to Notes clients, including some that reduce … Lees verder

RESTful Web API’s

The AppliGate site has been converted to a RESTful Web API application. It now also supports iPhone and Android devices. The site is fast to our opinion. Why a Web Site based on REST principles? With the advent of mobile devices we were looking for an environment where we could easily adapt to new opportunities. … Lees verder

First edition of XPages & Beer

Wednesday September 12th 2012 was the first time of the XPages & Beer mini conference. The initiative for this event was taken by Martin Meijer, Mark Leusink, Frank van de Linden and Wim Jansen. The mini conference was held in the “Creatieve Fabriek” in Hengelo in the Netherlands. There were about 17 XPages developers interested … Lees verder

Building iPhone Web Apps using “classic” Domino

Wednesday May 16th we gave a presentation about building mobile web applications with”classic” Domino’s at the Social Business Convention 2012 in Rotterdam. We have put the presentation on Slideshare and embedded in this page. The application we used for this presentation can be downloaded using the following link: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6vS2p8k5hZMT2JiQVNIbjZhNTA Building iPhone Web Apps using “classic” Domino View more presentations from Rob Bontekoe

Results of the XPages and the JSF Lifecycle Courselet Tryout

Two month ago we started with exploring the idea of using courselets as a way of experimenting with collaborative learning and online training (see references). In our vision is a courselets an online mini course consisting of a document describing the course, an online video presentation of maximum 15 minutes, an assignment, and additional learning … Lees verder

XPC001 – How to programmatically manage the titleBarTabs Object Courselet

The How to programmatically manage the titleBarTabs Object courselet provides coding information about the titleBarTabs object of the Application Layout control, and is an addition to our XP852 – Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.2 Basic XPages Applications course. This mini-course  consists out of six parts: Prerequisites and objectives; How to programmatically manage the titleBarTabs Object video; Exercise to test your knowledge; … Lees verder

XPages courselet tryout op 13 februari 2012!

Enige tijd geleden hebben we via deze blog aangekondigd, dat we graag het idee van courselets zouden willen uittesten. Een courslet bestaat uit een videopresentatie en een opdracht. De uitgewerkte opdracht kan de cursist tonen aan, en bespreken met de coach en medecursisten in een Google+ Hangount sessie van ca. 30 minuten. Hiervoor dient men wel … Lees verder

XPages and the JSF Lifecycle Courselet

The XPages and the JSF Lifecycle courselet provides information about the Java Server (JSF) 6 phases in relation to XPages technology, and is an addition to our XP852 – Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.2 Basic XPages Applications course. This mini-course  consists out of six parts: Prerequisites and objectives; XPages and the JSF Lifecycle instruction video; Exercise to test your knowledge; … Lees verder

2011 herzien

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3.800 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people. Click here to … Lees verder

Collaborative Learning – Try-out met XPages Courselet en Google+ Hangout

Ons vorige artikel over Collaborative Learning ging onder ander over onze ervaring met de studenten van het ROC Mondriaan, die voor een XPages-project zelfstandig of met behulp van medestudenten en coaches kennis moesten eigen maken; ze kregen geen klassikaalonderwijs meer en zochten ook op het internet naar informatie (zie het interview met de studenten op YouTube: Lotus Loves People … Lees verder