Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Slidr for Bildr

For the next release of my Bildr app I would like to redo the startpage. Untill now I have not really focussed on it. The current startscreen is using the Dojo Fisheye plugin but this requires user action before you

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So good for the pre-sale. But can I get it then on Lotusphere instead?

Hello, We’re writing about the order you placed on October 06 2010. Unfortunately, the release date for the item(s) listed below has changed, and we need to provide you with a new delivery estimate based on the new release date:

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XCMS – How to import extensions?

Last week I had an online meeting with Martin Meijer about his OpenNTF project called XCMS. Martin told me the history of his project and his thoughts about the direction. Like Martin I have been occupied setting up several websites,

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99 problems…

…but my registration for Lotusphere 2011 ain’t one! At least I hope so. CU there!

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Soft deletions – get the expiry time (SSJS)

@GetSoftDeleteExpireTime is an undocumented @Formula. I assume it has not  been translated (yet) into SSJS. In case you know another way to get to the set expiry time please drop it here…

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New release of Bildr

Today I have launched a new release for Bildr, an application to distribute images on the web. I have started this project mainly to have an on-going learning experience with web development and XPages in general. For this release I

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Embedded XPages form on document – How to get it in edit mode?

For my Bildr app, I would like to change the link to the comments form to an embedded form on a picture document. From a usability perspective it is nicer to be able to write down and post your comment

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