Monthly Archives: December 2010

Q: How to use an XPage as XML source (RSS)

I noticed that you can specify an RSS playlist for a movie in the JW Player. The playlist should be similar according like this example file. In my Bildr application I am still relying on a the combination of a

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Embedding Flash movies in an XPage

I am currently working on an application to distribute movies across the organisation. Something similar as OpenTV on OpenNTF, but then 99% based upon XPages technology. The movies I have are curently all in FLV (Flash Video) format which is

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View filtering – Too many keys

I received a request from a collegue that it would help her if she could display a Notes view on the web instead updating a static HTML table with the same content. “No prob’” – I said, so I created

Posted in XPages

Bildr 3 point Oh! on XPages dot info

I received a mail from Niklas Heidloff today that he updated the design of Bildr on the demo side of XPages.info. In case you think it’s look great and you wanna try it for your own, you can download it

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Loading an indicator on a partial refresh

This post is a mix from Vince post and what is available in Declan’s fileSendr application available on OpenNTF. So what do you need? A JS Script Library containing the following code: dojo.require(‘dijit.Dialog’) var foo; function busyBoxON() { foo =

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Request for book proposals

I have responded to Ben Langhinrichics’ request for book proposals. I have posted my idea here: http://ideajam.net/IdeaJam/P/ij.nsf/0/105AC4C1EC627989862577FA00259F0C?OpenDocument. Happy voting!

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Advertising Opportunities on the OpenNTF.org Site

Some people seem to have their mouth full of IBM’s dedication and delivery to the Notes/Domino platform. Meanwhile OpenNTF is becoming a circus with banners and stuff while others sit on a front,  prime seat and you may wonder what

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