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Domino 2.0 Rich Internet Applications with IBM Lotus Notes/Domino
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Coming back from The View Lotus Developer 2007, Barcelona

Surprisingly, this conference made me take an important decision: I am going to switch from LotusScript to Java for all my future Domino projects.

Permalink - posted on 06/12/2007 09:33 in Domino, General - 7 responses
The VIEW Lotus Developer2007 Europe

I will be there. If you are going there next week as well, maybe we can have a chat.

Permalink - posted on 27/11/2007 12:24 in General
Input control with type-ahead

Here's the challenge: allow the user to freely choose tags for their post, but suggest already existing tags. The solution: an input field with type-ahead. I know it's already been done many times, but here goes...

Permalink - posted on 20/11/2007 19:59 in Ajax - 4 responses
Latest version of the StringBuffer class

In previous versions, there were some 'issues'. I took the LotusScript code trough some tests, and here's the update.

Permalink - posted on 19/11/2007 19:07 in Domino, LotusScript - 7 responses
Adding a comment count to my Blog

I've added something my blog was missing: a comment count. It proved to be quite a nightmare to do this.

Permalink - posted on 17/11/2007 17:11 in Domino, LotusScript - 1 response
Flickr style navigation rework

My previous versions of the Web 2.0 - Flickr style navigation didn't work correctly. So I decided to completely rework it.

Permalink - posted on 09/11/2007 09:28 in Domino, LotusScript - 3 responses
Halloween skin put back in closet

I got a little bored with my Halloween skin, so I am retiring it a little sooner. Back to the Domino orange.

Permalink - posted on 30/10/2007 19:09 in General
New tool: JavaScript Diff

This tool shows the difference between two versions of code, CSS, JavaScript, anything.

Permalink - posted on 29/10/2007 18:25 in Ajax - 1 response
More Halloween: Scary font replacement with sIFR

Let's have some fun and do the undoable: using custom fonts in web pages. There is no standard way in HTML/CSS, but there is a non-obtrusive solution using Flash. So until Halloween, Domino 2.0 uses a scary font for its headers. Click on 'Permalink' to read more.

Permalink - posted on 22/10/2007 19:49 in Web 2.0
A one fits all navigator in LotusScript

Using a QueryString agent, I managed to squeeze all views and the search in one navigator. How nice is that?

Permalink - posted on 14/10/2007 12:44 in Domino, LotusScript - 6 responses
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