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Adding search to an application with XPages interface (quickly)

For a project I was asked to deliver a new user interface for the web browser with the help of XPages. This included a search functionality. First step: Look on OpenNTF OpenNTF is a great resource to check if someone has

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Single Page Application tutorial

After watching the video on YouTube on the Single Page Application wizard I became curious and decided to take a test and mobilize an application myself. I choose the infamous “fake names” application for this. I have written a blog article/tutorial about

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Posted in Mobile

Tech sessions as IBM Connect 2014 (aka Where’s the meat?)

I believe all sessions for IBM Connect 2014 have been published now. While IBM had as strategy t0 publish the list of sessions in waves some people did ask what in the package for techies? Below is a list of

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Project on OpenNTF – site stats

I have created a new project on OpenNTF called site stats: http://www.openntf.org/internal/home.nsf/project.xsp?action=openDocument&name=Site%20Stats. It contains the code from a previous post on visualizing visit statistics for your xpages along with some additions. The project does not has the intention to be a

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Lotuscript to Java Beans

It seems that video tutorials / webinars have become the standard in education. Probably because video seems to be considered as one of the most trustworthy source of information. The less positive effect of video tutorials is that they (still) take

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Posted in Java

Summary JSON in XPages

I have written a document summarizing the usage of JSON as data-interchange format in XPages development. The document has no intention to be complete, it only covers the areas I have worked with JSON in XPages (and as far as

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Comparison between Extension Library (OpenNTF) and Upgrade Pack 1 (IBM) – You’re help is appreciated

Some days ago I posted a question on the XPages development forum: Comparison of functionality between Extension Library (OpenNTF) and Upgrade Pack 1 (IBM). I work in a hosted environment and having a change applied (continue to work with extension libraries

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Posted in Extension Library

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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Posted in XPages

jQCloud gone bad (jQuery Tag Cloud plugin in XPages)

I had the idea to make a custom control to make the display of a categorized view more attractive. Quickly you come to tag clouds. While the extension library has an easy to use tagcloud control you probably want to

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CALENDARIO: A responsive calendar plugin

Calendars can be a very tricky thing when it comes to their layout and responsiveness. Calendrio is a jQuery plugin to display a calendar layout for both, small and big screens and keeping the calendar structure fluid when possible. Here follows

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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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