Monthly Archives: September 2012

NotesIn9 081: XPages File Upload Hack

This is an odd show for me, because it’s more about something that I’ve been struggling with and a discussion of the problem and I don’t have a demo of the solution. I now think I know how to get the solution so you’ll definately see it on a future show, but this is more [...]

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NotesIn9 080: Getting Started with the XPages Social Enabler

Here’s a first for NotesIn9. Not only are we getting yet another brand new contributor that I’ve wanted to get on the show since LAST Lotusphere. And not only is this person from IBM which is just really cool to see on Ni9. And not only is this person the lead of my favorite software [...]

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NotesIn9 079: How to use the XPages Dynamic View Panel Control

NotesIn9 welcomes long time speaker but first time contributor Paul Calhoun to the show. Paul is an amazing teacher and he’ll show us how to use the Dynamic View Control. This is a control from the XPages Extension Library that can basically auto-create views for you. Say you have 15 views in your application. Previously [...]

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NotesIn9 078: XPages and Counting Clicks

In this show Niklas Heidloff comes back to take another look at a technique used in the CollaborationToday.info website. He will show how they keep a count of what articles people are clicking on. Just wanted to say another big thanks to Niklas for contributing these videos to NotesIn9 and to the team from OpenNTF.org [...]

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NotesIn9: 077 Data Caching Tips from CollaborationToday.info

This is part 2 of the Making of CollaborationToday.info. This is is an aggregation website of relevant news and articles for IBM Collaboration Solutions. In this show Niklas Heidloff shows us how they speed up the site with data caching techniques. In order to maximize performance this site caches view data into memory by using [...]

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Thanking people that share – how to make a Champion.

In case you were not aware tomorrow is the last day for nominations for the IBM Champion program. The IBM Champion program is a means for IBM to recognize people who have contributed to the community. Champions need to be re-nominated each year. So just because someone might be a champion now doesn’t mean they [...]

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Sample database for NotesIn9 076 – What are Java Beans

Here is a sample database for NotesIn9 076: What are Java Beans?. MWLug Demo File – Java Beans This application requires FakeNames.nsf which can be found at cheatsheet.notesin9.com. The database might require the Ext. Library because it contains a mobile demo I’ve not screencasted yet. the Java Bean stuff does not use anything from the [...]

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NotesIn9 076: What are Java Beans?

In this show I attempt to tackle the “forbidden topic”. Yep. Java. Me talk about Java. It’s unexpected. I know. This show is an expanded version of parts of a presentation that I did at MWLug. I first talk about some of the tools available to the XPages developer and when you might want or [...]

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NotesIn9 075: Intro to XPages and Relational Databases Part 2

In this show John Jardin comes back on to expand on his part 1 episode. He’ll demonstrate more XPages and Relational Data integration and show you how to make things a little more flexible. The first part can be found here.

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NotesIn9 074: Getting started with jQuery Plugins in XPages

In this show Dr. Mark Roden from Xomino.com returns to NotesIn9 to show us how to get started with adding a typical jQuery Plugin to our XPages applications. There are probably thousands of plugins available for jQuery and they can be used to enhance your website. I also talk about the current open nomination period [...]

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