Bildr release: create albums


Today a new release of Bildr has been made available on OpenNTF. The release has the non-exciting name 3.02 but the application has as nice new feature: the ability to create albums.

The layout of several pages has improved. For example, there is now a separate page to start finding content via tags and more important the category menu and tagcloud have moved from the non-start pages.

You have to start using the extension library if you want like to use Bildr, since the tagcloud is based upon the control from the library.

I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this release (code, comments, error reports). Especially Mark Leusink who did an amazing job on the album feature.

In case you like the concept of Bildr and you want to contribute with code or ideas you are more than welcome. I have started listing some ‘Help wanted’ documents on the project page. Let Bildr be also for you an opportunity to learn XPages!

Below some screendumps:

Figure: Albums startpage

Figure: Album page

Figure: Adding pictures to an album.

Figure: Tag page


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4 comments on “Bildr release: create albums
  1. Fred Janssen says:

    Nice, this was my requested feature.
    This will be the first thing on my list to test when I’m home tonight.


  2. Niklas Heidloff says:

    Thanks for the new release, Patrick.

    To close request, edit the request doc and choose ‘added to app’.

  3. Thilo Hamberger says:

    Hi Patrick,

    I tried out your application. First thing I noticed was that the upload fails silently when there is no preferences document. I had no clue what was going on until I looked at the code. Second thing is that the Notes client crashes after “- resizing image” no matter which picture I choose. Is there something I forgot to do?
    From the screenshots I can tell that your application is really cool. Please help me get it up and running.


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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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