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Go Connect Go!

With IBMConnect about to start I updated my collection of blog posts about the XPages technology. I started collecting in 2009, directly after Lotusphere where it was one of the highlights at the show. I remember that the blogosphere exploded after/during Declan

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Using Bootstrap in XPages – The ultimate incomplete guide

This document describes how to integrate the popular front-end framework Twitter Bootstrap with XPages. The purpose is to provide developers an introduction to use Twitter Bootstrap in XPages development projects by building an actual application. Below you can find a

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eCard XPages app – Time for your seasonal greetings !

The last days I have spent some hours in the evenings to learn me Bootstrap in combination with XPages as bit more. The result is a basic eCard application on XPages which utilizes Bootstrap 2 for UI. Since the Advent

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1900 posts of XPages

I noticed I have reached the 1900 limit of posts in my XPages Knowledge DB. It happens to be that the 1900th post was an ‘oldie‘. I have no doubt I will reach the 2000 limit by the end of this

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Capturing geodata in XPages

In XPages it is not default possible to capture geodata information with any control so you are depending on services (not a problem if they provide the correct data). Here is an example how to capture a visitor’s geodata via http://ipinfo.io/ and

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Visitors per day statistics with zooming and weekends (prototype)

I created a visitor statistics prototype for an application. With the statistics we would like to check if an application is used frequently or if it’s sensitive to corporate news updates. The application help the user to select what type

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breadcrumbs in XPages (non extension library style)

I have still got a question open on the XPages development forum regarding how to use the breadcrumb control from the Extension Library. In case you happen to have an answer on the question, please post  it there (or here…).

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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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