What Domino Makes Trivial Number Three: Web Sockets IBM Champion HCL Master

By Paul Withers | 8/29/19 1:08 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Richard Moy added an interesting comment to my last blog post, wishing that HCL would add Web Sockets support to the core. It's a popular requirement, and one that people have tried to work around. John Jardin added a web sockets server to our React application for our JavaScript session at IBM Think 2018.

What Domino Makes Trivial Number Two: Synchronous / Asynchronous Processing IBM Champion HCL Master

By Paul Withers | 8/27/19 7:24 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Another topic that becomes key when moving beyond Domino is synchronous and asynchronous processing. But it's probably something most Domino developers haven't come across. LotusScript and standard Domino Java are single-threaded.

What Domino Makes Trivial Number One: State Management IBM Champion HCL Master

By Paul Withers | 8/23/19 8:54 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Don Mottolo makes a good point in his comment on my recent blog post, that there are aspects of other web frameworks that make it a non-trivial task. This is also really why some people talking about Domino are talking about “mid coders” and “pro coders”. And it’s also why the terms don’t really exist outside the yellow bubble.