Tag Archive: Xpages

SocialBizUg Articles – July Edition

And here we are, the July edition of articles posted on SocialBizUg.org…

Fixing Issues in SourceTree

I’ve written a few articles on source control.  As you’ve probably guessed, I’m a big fan of source control.  In those articles, I use the Mercurial plugin within Domino Designer with a Bitbucket repository. Lately, I’ve been using Sourcetree to take care of the handling between the NSF, the on disk project, and the online repository.  No solution is 100% perfect and Sourcetree has its issues. However, a colleague and I were just discussing that the issues still outweigh the problems you have without any source control, but I digress.

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Better JavaScript

With XPages, many of us are writing JavaScript for the first time.  As often happens, we learn by doing.  Learning by doing often means taking other developers’ examples and changing them to our own needs.  Unfortunately, learning from examples does NOT always mean we learn best practices for a language or technology.

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Can I Use This?

With the wonderful number of browsers and the many versions that each browser comes in, it can be a bit confusing and difficult to know if you can use a particular piece of code.  I’ve previously written about how to TEST all those browsers with BrowserStack,  but wouldn’t it be much easier if you just knew beforehand if a line of code would work?

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WTDT – File Upload and File Download controls

In this installment of “What Does This Do,” I cover the file upload and file download controls for XPages.

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SocialBizUg Articles – June Edition

I fell behind a bit in blogging these, so here are the articles posted to SocialBizUg.org for June …

Code For Tim

I lost an incredible friend and our community lost an incredible contributor. Tim Tripcony passed away May 11, 2014.  His friend and co-worker, Scott Hooks, posted the news on LinkedIn and asked that people share their memories of Tim there.Many, many people did just that.

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Review: Mastering XPages, 2nd Edition

Question:  What are three things that have happened since the first edition of Mastering XPages? Answer: Three years, the extension library, and Domino 9.0.1.

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Easy Sorting and Column Order

You have a Notes and Domino traditional Notes Client application. It’s been in place for years. The application has far too many views (with sorting and indexing and everything else that makes the application larger and larger). You are getting your feet wet with XPages and you want to “XPagify” this application.

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That’s Refreshing!

Often, when you’re learning something new, like XPages, you’ll accept the defaults or always use the selection provided in an example, without actually knowing what the options mean. In the case of page refresh (under “Server Options” on a server side event), you’ll probably start out using “Full Update” or “Partial Update”.  I wanted to point out what all the options do and provide two additional tips.

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Introduction to Event Handlers in XPages

On the Events tab of a custom control, we see the following events:

onClientLoad, beforePageLoad, afterPageLoad, afterRestoreView, beforeRenderResponse, afterRenderResponse

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View Article: Getting Started with XPages Localization

Part 1 of the article I co-wrote with Brad Balassaitis is now available on the View website.

This is a deeper dive on the topic that Brad and I co-presented at IBM Connect earlier this year.  Part 2 will be coming out soon.

The enterprise is global. If your organization stretches across borders or your clients are in other countries, you cannot just develop an application in your native language and expect that to be good enough. XPages allows you to enable localization and provide multiple languages to display to users.

Here in Part 1 of this two-part series, we will discuss localization features built into XPages. We’ll also demonstrate how to enable localization, work with the localization files, and verify that the application is handling localization. Additionally, we provide some helpful tips to make the process easier. In Part 2, we will demonstrate how to extend out-of-the-box functionality by providing a means to translate computed values and other programmatic text.

 

SocialBizUg Articles – Notes Dev Tips May Edition

In the May edition of  Notes Dev Tips:

WDTD – Dynamic View Panel

In this installment of What Does This Do, I demonstrate the Dynamic View Panel, thanks to viewer Steven Podrouzek!

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WDTD – Importing a plugin in XPages

In this installment of What Does This Do, I demonstrate how to add a plugin into an XPages application.

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Snip Snip

That’s right, I’m talking about code snippets. Specifically, I’m talking about code snippets on OpenNTF.org.

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IBM Social Business Toolkit

Have you looked at the IBM Social Business Toolkit? If you have, have you looked at it lately? It’s had quite a few additions and improvements since it first came out.

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SocialBizUg Articles: Notes Dev Tips March Edition

March Notes Dev Tips articles are available:

Intimidating Themes

I admit it, I was intimidated.  I’m not sure why, but every time I saw a session on themes, I thought, “I should go to that”, or a blog post, “I should read that”, but I didn’t for the longest time.  I had some misconceptions that intimidated me.

My first misconception was that themes were hard.  They aren’t.  I’ll show you how to create a theme in just a few minutes.

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Testing! Testing! Testing!

You test your applications, right? Of course you do.  But where do you test it?  Do you test on multiple browsers?  What about multiple operating systems?  You could have 10 different VMs with multiple browsers installed, or you could just use browserstack.com.

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WDTD – Dynamic Content Control

What Does This Do?  In this installment of What Does This Do, I cover the Dynamic Content Control from the Extension Library in XPages.

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WDTD – Bootstrap Growl Notifications

In this What Does This Do, I demo growl-like notifications for Twitter Bootstrap in XPages!  Get the files here to use with your applications, http://ifightcrime.github.io/bootstrap-growl/

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