Flexible View Control for XPages – Adding Subcategories To Categorized Views  

By Michael G. Smith | 11/30/20 2:34 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

With the last post in the Flexible View Control Series introducing categorized Views, this post is picking right up where that left off and demonstrating how easy it can be to add multiple levels of categorization to a View.

Using the Quill editor in XPages  

By Chris Bekas | 11/23/20 6:06 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

If you're after a simple WYSIWYG HTML editor to add to your XPages apps, take a look at Quill. Quill is a flexible and powerful open-source HTML editor built for compatibility and extensibility that can easily be integrated in XPages applications as a replacement to the built-in RichText editor, if all you're after is the HTML output.

Flexible View Control for XPages Updates  

By Michael G. Smith | 11/18/20 1:40 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

On the heels of the OpenNTF Webinar where I presented the Flexible View Control for XPages, I was able to make some long-overdue updates that improve the functionality and performance of the control. Get the code from GitHub: Release v2020-11-17 Updates in this release: Improved the setup and configuration process to make it more intuitive,…

Java With Domino Roundtable Recording  

By Jesse Gallagher | 11/17/20 6:41 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

I hosted my "Java With Domino" roundtable earlier today, and I think it went pretty well! We ended up having just about the ideal number of participants, and it was not only great hearing how people feel on the topic, but also seeing and hearing from everyone.

Create random files with random content with Java  

By Ulrich Krause | 11/16/20 4:28 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

I was playing with DAOS in Domino 12 recently and needed a way to create thousands of test files with a given file size and random content. I did not want to use existing files with real data for my tests. There are several programs available for Linux and Windows. Google for it. But as a developer, I should be able to create my one tool. Here is some sample Java code that uses java.util.Random to create filnames and content in an easy way.

Volt MS LotusScript Toolkit  

By Paul Withers | 11/13/20 5:35 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Earlier this week Jason Roy Gary announced the Volt MX LotusScript Toolkit. It’s important to put some background to manage expectations. There will be an OpenNTF webinar on December 17th where we will explain more about our aims for the project and provide a call-to-arms to the community to join us driving this forward. I encourage everyone to attend if you’re interested in using Agents outside the Notes Client or a Form’s WebQueryOpen and WebQuerySave methods. But in advance, let’s cover some questions I expect people to have.

The Volt MX Road Map – Not the Designer Killer You’re Looking For  

By NCUG | 11/13/20 3:32 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Volt MX has generated a lot of interest, and during Digital Week today, HCL presented their road map for the low code platform. In an earlier blog posting, we said that Volt MX would most likely be the replacement for Domino Designer. It seems that we jumped the gun a bit on that one. Andrew Manby from HCL reached out to us to clarify some questions that have come up.

Upcoming Event: Java With Domino Roundtable  

By Jesse Gallagher | 11/13/20 2:03 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Martin Pradny

The other day, I floated the idea of running an unstructured roundtable discussion of working with Java either on or accessing Domino, and I think it'll be worth giving a shot. I imagine I'll have some preliminary remarks, but otherwise the goal is to be less like a webinar and more like a free-flowing discussion, in the vein of the "happy hour" and "coffee break" rooms from CollabSphere and Digital Week.

HCL Digital Week – Recap Day 1  

By Rainer Brandl | 11/9/20 12:11 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Today, Monday 9th 2020, the HCL Digital Week started with a very impressive opening by Richard Jefts and Dion Hinchliffe where they talked about the Digital Transformation and how HCL is going to support YOU on this very interesting journey. During this Opening Session some very interesting facts have been shown by Dion Hinchliffe.

Domino AppDev Pack meets Kotlin and Spring Boot  

By Martin Pradny | 11/5/20 1:57 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Domino AppDev Pack Java API is still quite fresh for me, but I always try to push the limits, so I've decided to add Kotlin to the mix. If you've never heard of Kotlin, please go and check it. It's a pretty cool language that can run on JVM and allows you to write more readable code more easily. I'll build a simple CRUD REST API, running on Spring Boot, that works with Domino data.