Feed highlights of week 47

I processed the feeds in my feedreader and aggregated the most important ones in a short video.

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Feeds highlights (video)

I noticed that I had a enormous backlog in my feedreader (feedly) starting from around September (pre IconUK). Allthough the amount of blogposts in the Yellow Bubble is declining (fast) I just did not have the time to keep up with it untill now.

I thought it would be a great idea to consume the feeds in a different matter so the idea came up to take a weekly ‘snapshot’ and mention some of this weeks most interesting posts. The result is a short video which is easy to consume. Probably a demo or two of the highlights would have made things much more clear, but hey I am not Niklas Heidloff nor do I reside in some form of organ of an open source community.

I apologize for the bad quality since I used the internal microphone of my PC and there are constructions taking place in the street I live. At least I am rid off the many unread blog/news items 🙂

I made it to NotesIn9

I remember a phrase in a song from an old punk band:

If you want to have a scene

then you have to create a scene

So after some dark words from David Leedy I created a video about using some tooling to tackle the problem with using Font-Awesome in XPages. These tools (Node, Bower, Grunt) you could also use in other situations. Another use-case could be the AMD loading conflict with Dojo.

So I would like to thank David Leedy for granting me the opportunity to talk technical outside the Yellow Bubble. I also thank Oliver Busse, who did a great job in his first time appearance as host.

My video you can watch via this link.

Show / hide columns dynamically

To show or hide columns dynamically is a nice feature in the jQuery dataTables component. With a few simple steps you can deliver something similar in your XPages application as I demonstrate in the video.

The technologies used: XPages, Extension Library, Bootstrap.

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