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Dropdown menu from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Introduction OK, so I was a bit unsatisfied with the navigation list in my previous post. The nav-list component seems not to be destined to contain too many category sub levels. Dropdowns Toggleable, contextual menu for displaying lists of links.

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Navigation list from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Introduction In my previous post I demonstrated how you create breadcrumbs from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap. A typical Notes application contains an outline (I assume you don’t the Navigator design element anymore). In this post I demonstrate how to create

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Breadcrumbs from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Long long long time ago I wrote how to create breadcrumbs in Notes and on the Web with help of JQuery. In case you are interested using Twitter Bootstrap with XPages chances are you want to provide similar navigational options for your beloved

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Distribution of the extension library

I have written a document on the distribution of the extension library. I have compared Upgrade Pack installation option with using an Update Site. You may guess who has become the winner. If there is anything incorrect stated in the

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jQuery Mobile 1.3 Panel Widget XPages demo (for download)

The last couple of days I have been ‘playing’ with jQuery Mobile and mostly with the panel widget. I have made some kind of starter-kit (NSF) to build a great XPages app for tablets/smartphones. I have setup a subset of

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Posted in Lotus Notes, Mobile, Prototype, Sandbox, XPages

Adding resources that include parameters (xpages tip)

You have several options how to include resources (e.g. css files) that include query parameters. What does not seem to work is to add such a style sheet reference via the Resources \ Style sheet option. However if you add

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jQuery Mobile in XPages- Panel Widget

jQuery Mobile 1.3 is recently released. This release is focused on elevating responsive web design (RWD) and brings lots of cool new widgets including panels, dual handle range sliders, and two different responsive table modes. Panel widget One of the most

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An Anatomy of an Adaptive Web Experience – Brad Frost

Responsive web design is becoming more clearly an important specification from our customers. Allthough the customer is mostly already satisfied when we port the same UI to different devices, responsive web design is just the top of the iceberg when

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If alignment of a row in a view requires an upgrade of your server… (XPages Documentation Wiki)

I reported a defect on the XPages Documentation wiki. As you can see in the screen shot the alignment of information in the view is broken: Here it is in an instance on an IBM address:   I was surprised

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SNTT – Usemap & XPages

Introduction I thought I write this one down. A developer asked me how to make a form more user-friendly. Basically a user reports via the form a problem somewhere in the building to the central desk and they send a

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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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