Bootstrap Greenhouse

I collected some code examples for plugins to Bootstrap in XPages in a GitHub project so I have them for convenience stored in one place.

bootstrap-greenhouse

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I Like Bubble Commenting

Strange subject title isn’t?

I have created a repository of my bubble/social speech layout, so if you want to have a closer look and implement it yourself then you are free to go.

I updated the @mention implementation so you get a nice icon in front of the name:

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In order to have icons I updated my LotusScript agent to add a URL to an image in the PhotoURL field of the Person form in the FakeNames.nsf. For now I stored the icons in the NSF but in case you have a directory you use the reference to images from there.

I have also added an updated version to Like/Unlike comments, in stead of SSJS now most of the logic resides in the LikeController class. When you hover over the icon you get a list presented with people who have liked the comment.

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Ofcourse nothing is stress-tested but I have not seen major issues so far. I hope you like it and get inspired to modernize your IBM Notes applications !

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Born Social available on GitHub

A long, long time ago I wrote about a project to deliver small building blocks to deliver features from the IBM Connections in XPages application. The posting can be found here: https://quintessens.wordpress.com/2015/04/16/born-social-create-a-social-notes-application-from-scratch/ .

Here and then I was asked to share the project or asked about the progress but since I rarely work with the Connections  platform anymore I thought it could be helpful to upload the Born Social project on GitHub so people can make use of it if they like to.

Unfortunately in the meantime I did no hear or read so much about integration between Connections and IBM Domino so I am not sure if this is a (hot) topic anymore. My initial thought with the project was that it would be ‘cool’ to utilize data in Connections in XPages applications.

I also wrote a small document that helps you to get the application up and running and explains how to use the re-usable custom controls.

The project is available here on GitHub.