Darwino makes OpenNTF mobile! 

By Philippe Riand | 1/17/18 12:40 PM | App Dev - Mobile | Added by John Oldenburger

Darwino 2.0 features a mobile micro application architecture well integrated with the IBM Domino server. It can render any existing Domino web application (classic & XPages) on a mobile device while taking care of the painful details. Stay tuned, OpenNTF becomes mobile!

#Domino2025 Jam - Think Big 

By Paul Withers | 1/17/18 6:12 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

It’s great to see the amount of activity in the #Domino2025 Jam forum. But just a few thoughts from my point of view on the vision area. Just to add some meat on the bones there, asking IBM / HCL to reinvent the wheel and build something third-party vendors already doa nd something which doesn’t bring new customers in.

Hapi-Joi error handling with custom messages 

By Csaba Kiss | 1/17/18 2:33 AM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by John Oldenburger

Recently, I have ventured into the world of nodejs. Coming from XPage development, the learning curve is quite steep. I looked at several back-end frameworks express, feathersjs and Strongloop’s loopback among others. They are all fine frameworks, but the one I fell in love with was hapijs.


By Daniel Nashed | 1/17/18 1:53 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

This has not been widely discussed yet. But since SSL Labs will start reporting it with a rating of F beginning of February let me explain some background and what you could do. The issue has been there in a similar way before and is back. Affected are the older ciphers that are not widely used by current browsers/client.

How to prevent ROBOT (Return Of Bleichenbacher’s Oracle Threat) on Domino servers 

By Darren Duke | 1/16/18 1:07 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Last month, in December 2017 a new (well old, but new) vulnerability was discovered in TLS, the ROBOT attack (Return Of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat) and yes, your Domino servers are probably susceptible to it. To avoid re-posting everything from that article go read it them come back.

{blink}So THAT’S the future{blink} 

By Gabriella Davis | 1/15/18 9:51 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted here. The end of last year was a juggle of many different pieces of work and learning new technologies but more on that later. I did however take my eye off the ICS (IBM Collaboration Solutions) ball waiting for the HCL deal to firm up and find out more what was going on.

Scheduling XPages / OSGi Plugin Code - Part One 

By Paul Withers | 1/11/18 8:57 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

Before Christmas I blogged a teaser about running Xots tasks scheduled. Various demos have been constructed and a video will be coming, but I decided to blog about the components I would recommend to a customer. This is very much a modular approach with a lot of BYO components. But therein lies its strength, in my opinion.

Node-RED – Part 4: Understanding the Node-RED Editor 

By John Jardin | 1/10/18 2:28 AM | App Dev - Cloud | Added by John Oldenburger

Welcome to part 4 of my Up and Running with Node-RED video series. In Part 3 I showed you how to setup a Node-RED runtime on one’s local machine. In this video tutorial, I explain the Node-RED editor in detail, providing you with everything you need to know to make the most of designing simple/advanced flows in your browser.

Major rewrite of Domino JNA for improved performance, now with incremental indexing of Domino data 

By Karsten Lehmann | 1/8/18 6:48 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by John Oldenburger

I spend a few days during the Christmas holidays and first week of January to work on our Domino JNA project. The result is version 0.9.11, which is now on its way to Maven Central and available for download as an OSGi plugin for XPages developers. Here are the three main features that I have been working on.

Changing the Connections Admin user in a CCM enabled Connections installation 

By Nico Meisenzahl | 1/7/18 9:25 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

While migrating a Connections environment side-by-side I had the challenge to also change the connectionsAdmin and filenetAdmin alias user. In this blog post, I will describe the necessary steps to successfully switch the admin alias to another user. This post will be focused on the Filenet/CCM part. Doing those changes without side-by-side migration will need some more steps which I will not describe in this post.

2018 an important year for IBM 

By Ben Langhinrichs | 1/2/18 4:56 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I am no expert, so these are my impressions from a slew of outside conversations and insights (right or wrong) gleaned at conferences and on Twitter and Medium. But with those caveats, I think this is going to be a very important year for IBM, as they start to regain profitability and reach the decisive stages of various technologies they have bet on or invested in. These are on no particular order.

My First Jam – Application Design and Modernization for IBM Notes and Domino 

By Peter Presnell | 12/21/17 4:46 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I had the chance to participate in my first Domino Jam 2025 event this week. Due to travel commitments, I had to settle for a virtual jam rather than the face-to-face sessions conducted in North America the previous week. Red Pill Now has just started its own Webinar series in application modernization so I knew it was going be a challenge for IBM to mirror the interaction possible in the face-to-face jams. But at least it provided a way for the hundreds that attended to be part of the process.

Domino Customers 2025 

By Peter Presnell | 12/18/17 6:49 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

There are many ways to look at the market for the Domino family of products (Notes, Sametime, and Verse). One of them is to see the product from the perspective of various segments of the existing market. At Red Pill Now we have a long established market segmentation model for Domino customers.