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With IBM Connect 2013 only two weeks away, I have been spending a lot of time staring at the session grid. One impression that struck me as I surveyed the grid was this: there are a lot of Domino XPages and mobile sessions on the agenda. Just how many? Session When Where JMP103 : Get the R...

An XPages case study is now available on IBM.com...To maintain its high operational and quality of care standards, HRH created six new Lotus Domino applications over the past two years, led by HRH application development supervisor Kim Kiefer. All were built using the XPages web development framewor...

Earlier this week, IBM Press released its third book on XPages, XPages Extension Library: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Next Generation of XPages Components. Meet the authors: Really happy to see the names of Declan Sciolla-Lynch, Jeremy Hodge, Paul Withers, and Tim Tripcony on there (a specia...

IBM Press has followed up on last year's "Mastering XPages" book with a new title on XPages.... XPages Portable Command Guide offers fast access to working code, tested solutions, expert tips, and example-driven best practices. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience as IBM XPages lead developers...

When I was in Spain last fall for the ESLUG event, I met Alejandro and the team from Dominoplus. They were excited to show me their "D+ Everywhere" application, which uses XPages to deliver offline mobile applications over HTML5. Now they have commercialized the solution, so I can highlight it more...

IBM's services team has taken a bold step this week -- posting the courseware for Introduction to IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 XPages (D8L55) on the IBM Lotus Greenhouse at no charge. Yes, free as in free beer! Why free? As part of the OpenCourseWare movement, pioneered at MIT a decade ago. The IBM Educ...

Tomorrow night in Cambridge, MA USA, GBS will launch Transformer 2.0 at the MIT Museum. It looks like quite a party; regrettably, due to a volunteer opportunity here at home, I won't be there. Who will? A host of IBM executives and of course the GBS leadership team. Their mission - to launch into...

OpenNTF contest

May 15 2011

Earlier this week, OpenNTF.org announced an XPages developer contest, sponsored by We4IT.With this contest OpenNTF and We4IT want to increase the number of XPages open source controls to help with the adoption of XPages. Stefan Sucker, CEO, We4IT GmbH, emphasizes that "XPages will soon be the key de...

I wasn't at BLUG, but I loved looking at these slides from my colleague David Via and John Head of PSC: Domino app dev competitive advantage for blug View more presentations from John Head Slides 38 and 41 grabbed my attention. Using the same requirements and business logic, a Domino R5 app...

Just picked this out of the latest GBS newsletter...these workshops might even be sold out already (e.g. 99% sure New York already is), but if not, definitely worth checking out. Interest expressed will lead to more such workshops, and yes, yes, yes, we need to do them internationally as well and wi...

The term "RAD" (rapid application development) is often used to describe the capability to quickly build and deploy applications on Lotus Domino. It's been one of the product's core strengths going all the way back. Of late the analysts say the term "RAD" isn't that interesting, but I think when you...

In the last couple of months, I've spent a fair bit of time digging into the market and opportunity around the Notes/Domino application development tools, and specifically XPages. What I've learned is that there is a ton of passion and energy around XPages: book sellouts, workshop sellouts, customer...

Mastering XPages

February 8 2011

It feels like we're onto something. Just before Lotusphere, IBM Press released Mastering XPages, A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language. The authors -- Martin Donnelly, Mark Wallace, Tony McGuckin -- are all part of the XPages development team, and have penne...