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Angular playground: applying an infinitescroll for Domino Access Services

Intro Inspired by a serie of blogposts from Marky Roden and popularity in the web dev community I decided to step (once again) from the XPages path (a trend?) and feed my curiosity on AngularJS. An excellent stepping stone is the example

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9 (Brilliant) jQuery Plugins

For the JQuery lovers among us via CSS globe I bumped on the article 9 Brilliant jQuery Plugins and Tutorials. I noticed Supersized is listed here. I have included this plug-in for the next release of Bildr so you can

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Any recommendation for a good book about object-oriented JavaScript?

After reading Mastering Dojo plus HTML5: Up and Running and still waiting for the arrival of Mastering XPages there is place for a new book on my bedside cabinet. Yesterday I read this post regarding object oriented JavaScript. So I

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Request: Personalize landing pages using GeoTargeting

Today I received a question from a customer if PHP could run on top of a Domino server. In the discussion that followed what the customer wants to achieve it became clear that he is more looking for a script

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Mastering Dojo

I have just started with the following book ‘Mastering Dojo: JavaScript and Ajax Tools for Great Web Experiences‘ to understand the framework a bit more (I hope I have selected the right book to start with?). For those who have

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jQuery TreeView Menu from Notes View

I was looking for a way to get a web publishing toolkit in Notes away from displaying documents in a frameset. The frameset consists of several frames: a header section a leftside navigation section a main or content section The

Posted in Agent, CSS, JavaScript, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday

Pagination on a View in the Notes client

A problem with Notes Views is that when they contain a lot of documents scrolling becomes inevitable. Even when you apply categorized columns it will become necessary that users click through the Views. An option would be that you just

Posted in @Formula, CSS, JavaScript, Lotus Notes, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt, UI
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I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.

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