Monthly Archives: November 2010

Landing page … Google maps

Some time ago I asked if anyone has recommendations for a geotargeting service. Since the service from Google is simple and free I implemented this one for a demo for a customer. Below you can find the code. For now

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Bildr – An update is upcoming

For my Bildr project on OpenNTF I am planning a new release soon. A major enhancement is the ability to upload images via a web browser. For this Mark Leusink helped me. You will be able to upload multiple images

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OpenNTF – Most active projects

When I was searching for a specific project on OpenNTF I was wondered about the appearance of some projects under the header ‘Most Active Projects‘. Take for example XPages Wiki. Last release is dated from December 2009. That feels like

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Magic XPages converter

I attended the webinar yesterday organised by the LotusUserGroup. I was very curious about the responses from the attendees since I did not really get a hard-on from what I saw. You do not buy a product but a service,

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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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PutInFolder method – does not allocate my private folder

For a search function in an application I would like to place results in a private (desktop) folder. For that I created a shared, private on first use folder. I do not want to have a folder residing on the

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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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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.

The posts in this blog project my personal opinions, not the company I work for.

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