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).

IBM Domino, HCL and Websphere 

By Paul Withers | 10/7/18 7:44 AM | Community - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

One of the announcements from HCL at ICON UK was that their partnership with IBM had expanded since the HCL Factory Tour to include work on additional products, one of which is Websphere. Historically the word “Websphere” has often grated with Domino developers, because it seemed that Websphere was the preferred app dev environment over Domino.

What's New in Domino V10: LotusScript Profiling Extended 

By Paul Withers | 10/3/18 2:11 PM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

When I got my hands on the Domino V10 beta, I started applying new methods to ODA and cross-referencing with LotusScript to work out what the parameters are. The Java methods typically have parameter names arg0, arg1 etc. But LotusScript gives more usable parameter names, which can often help identify what needs to be passed.

ICON UK Review and State of Domino Development Musings 

By Paul Withers | 9/25/18 7:17 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

It’s a little over a week now since ICON UK and a couple of weeks until the Domino V10 launch, so it’s a good time for a review. ICON UK was a very busy time for me. This year as well as speaking and being involved with Intec as Platinum Sponsor, I was also Development track manager so helping out with the setup.

Restricting Access to XPages 

By Paul Withers | 9/24/18 6:37 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

At ICON UK I was talking to another developer about methods of restricting access to data in XPages. Historically, when I started with XPages my approach was probably one most people use, ACL-driven – readers fields, roles and the “acl” property on an XPage.