Domino V10 Developer Resources 

By Paul Withers | 10/12/18 3:24 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

It’s great to see the buzz around Domino over the last two days, with the launch events at Frankfurt on October 9th and around the world October 10th. I was fortunate enough to be at the London event and it was a great turnout from customers. According to figures Andrew Manby gave about the Frankfurt livecast, 7000 people watched that (presumably also from the replays too).

Domino v10? 

By Martin Jinoch | 10/12/18 6:18 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Do not get me wrong, I still care about the platform I've spent most of my professional career with. But couple of years ago I've realized IBM is never gonna make any significant and much needed changes to make it relevant. I wasn't convinced the HCL taking over Domino development will be any different. And judging by the event today, it won't.

New Domino JNA version with support for Domino Query Language (DQL) in Domino V10 

By Karsten Lehmann | 10/11/18 7:57 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Today I released version 0.9.20 of our Domino JNA project. This version contains the following new features: Added support for Domino Query Language (DQL) on Domino V10 Added basic support to read MIME items (NotesMIMEPart) via getItemValue Added NotesNote.attachFile with in-memory file generation Added NotesDatabase.isDesignHidden() Added utility class to read and write Out-out-office information Bugfixing

First dive into Domino and Node.js 

By Oliver Busse | 10/11/18 2:43 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by John Oldenburger

Man, what a 36 hours! We had the V10 product launch, well celebrated yesterday in Frankfurt (Germany) and perfectly streamed for all us home-bound spectators. Thanks for that, it was very entertaining! This day’s morning I downloaded all available packages of V10 which included the server for Windows and Linux and the clients for Windows only - no Mac client at the moment.

Building a stack in Node.js 

By Tim Davis | 10/3/18 1:35 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

With Domino 10 nearly upon us, and the Node integration hopefully following soon after, I thought I would talk about building a full-stack application in Node.js, covering how modern JavaScript UI frameworks can be built on top of Node.js and integrated with Domino in the background as a datastore.