NotesIn9 133: Using Java in XPages Part 2

In this show, Tim Tripcony expounds on the last episode where I did a very basic CRUD example that’s based on Java binding rather then document binding. I had mentioned one of the problems with building the java classes was that I would create getters and setters for each field. Tim’s going to show how [...]

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Paul Hannan, The XPagers Champion

Recently Niklas Heidloff posted a lot of sessions related to XPages /IBM Domino application Development. There are Thirty-Six (36) sessions listed.  The majority appear to me to be directly related to XPages itself. There’s simply a TON of great XPages content at the conference and there will be lot of great IBMers from the XPages [...]

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Big NotesIn9 News!!

So for the last several weeks I’ve been teasing on Twitter “.25″ and “1/4″.  I’m excited to now reveal what the heck I was talking about. NotesIn9 has now reached 1/4 of a MILLION downloads! I think saying “1/4 of a Million” just sounds way cooler then 250,000. Anyway – as always thanks to all [...]

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NotesIn9 132: Using Java in XPages Part 1

Ok.  There’s a lot going on in this show so let’s get started: This show came from a Skype Chat I had with Tim Tripcony.  The goal here is a series that focuses on how you actually use xpages and java beans together.  We want to show how to bind to Java Objects instead of [...]

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IBM Champion Hat Trick

This week I found out that for the 3rd time I was selected to the IBM Champion program. I just want to say thanks to those who nominated me.  I’m glad you like the contributions I’ve helped to create.  I also want to thank IBM for their efforts in this program. A bunch of new [...]

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Announcing TreeOnATruck.com

Ok, I’m going to go off the reservation here and do something that mixes home life with “work” life. Every year over the Christmas season we play a game.  We count the number of Christmas Trees we see on vehicles. And by count I mean the first person to shout “TREE!” gets a point. While [...]

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NotesIn9 appearance on the Social biz User Group

I was recently interviewed my Celia Hamilton from the Social Big User Group. We talked about Application modernization, NotesIn9 and where you might want to start in learning about XPages. Check it out here if interested.

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NotesIn9 131: Use SourceTree for better XPages Source Control

In previous NotesIn9′s I’ve talked about using Source Control inside Domino Designer.  Well today it all changes! Whatever I said before..  forget it! The great Jedi master Yoda once said:  “You must unlearn what you have learned”. I’m officially calling a “Do Over” and we’re going to start from scratch with Source Control. This show [...]

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NotesIn9 130: Using XPages Type Ahead for Navigation.

In this episode Tim Tripcony makes a brilliant return to the show with a great demo on using “Fancy Typeahead” as navigation.  This builds on some previous examples on Type Ahead that you might want to look at as well. http://notesin9.com/index.php/2009/11/07/episode-007-a-license-to-typeahead/ http://notesin9.com/index.php/2012/03/12/notesin9-050-improving-the-type-ahead-control/ http://notesin9.com/index.php/2011/02/11/notesin9-24-fancy-type-ahead-in-xpages/ – This is the really important one for Fancy Typeahead   P.S. [...]

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NotesIn9 129: #ThanksBruce

In this show I take a few moments to thank Bruce Elgort for everything he’s done, not only for me personally, but for the Domino Community as a whole.    

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