The DQL Approach 

By Paul Withers | 11/23/18 10:41 AM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

Earlier today I posted this tweet. It followed another update from John Curtis teasing more enhancements coming to DQL. If you’ve been following closely presentations and announcements about DQL, there are a few things that have been said and seem clear to me, things that give insight into the approach with DQL that are interesting and demonstrate the team is thinking beyond history, beyond Domino, and building for the future. Let me elaborate.

The Changing Domino Environment Architecture - Intec Systems 

By Paul Withers | 11/12/18 4:33 PM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

This article has been prompted by my previous one on Domino application development. One of the major differences between Domino application development in the past and the approaches for Node.js-related development in the future is architecture. But part of that could also be an inhibitor for existing customers, because of the incubated world of Domino.

Whither XPages? 

By Paul Withers | 11/8/18 9:55 AM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

Some years ago I wrote a blog post called “Whither the Notes Client”. At the time (2012) XPages was flourishing, the Notes browser plugin (subsequently ICAA) was being launched, Symphony was being stopped and the IBM-specific enhancements routed back to Apache OpenOffice and iNotes was being integrated into what is now Connections Cloud.

Java Hiccups 

By Jesse Gallagher | 11/8/18 5:30 AM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

To take a break from the doom-and-gloom of my last post, I figured it'd be good to dust off a post idea I've had in my drafts for a while: common hiccups that Java developers - particularly those coming from a Domino background - run into. This is sort of a grab bag of non-obvious concepts that are easy to assume incorrectly about, whether because of the way other languages work or the behavior of the lotus.domino API specifically.