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Domino 2.0 Rich Internet Applications with IBM Lotus Notes/Domino
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Domino Workspace: Blogs now have an Archive view

Since I plan to have the first beta of Domino Workspace ready by begin October 2007, I am putting a lot of time in programming all the features I need. Tonight, I tackled the Archive view.

Permalink - posted on 06/09/2007 23:13 in Domino, LotusScript
Update: My blog now has a Comments RSS feed

For those who comment regularly on my posts, you now have a RSS feed for the comments.

Permalink - posted on 06/09/2007 23:07 in General - 6 responses
My new XHTML page skeleton

This new XHTML 1.0 templates contain the basic elements needed to create validating and well performing web pages. You can choose between Strict and Transitional.

Permalink - posted on 05/09/2007 19:14 in XHTML - 7 responses
Domino Workspace: Rich text editor beta

Finally, I found the courage to start making my own rich text editor.

Permalink - posted on 04/09/2007 21:02 in Domino, Ajax - 8 responses
Makig a calendar in LotusScript

Every blog needs a calendar, so I started to play with dates to make a calendar in LotusScript

Permalink - posted on 03/09/2007 18:18 in Domino, LotusScript - 2 responses
Domino Workspace: first beta of the Blog room

The first beta version of the Blog roomtype is ready for use.

Permalink - posted on 02/09/2007 14:49 in Domino - 2 responses
Domino Workspace: the WebSession class

Inspired by Jake Howlett, I've made my own WebSession class to have easy access to my basic elements for the WebQueryOpen agents.

Permalink - posted on 23/08/2007 09:21 in Domino, LotusScript
Domino Workspace: LotusScript timing and error tracking

In this entry, I describe the LotusScript programming techniques I use for the WebQueryOpen agents in Domino Workspace.

Permalink - posted on 22/08/2007 08:25 in Domino, LotusScript - 2 responses
Announcing Domino Workspace

After examining different solutions for creating web spaces to work together as a team, I am covinced that the real answer is not SharePoint, WebSphere or Quickr. The real answer should be a Domino based solution: Domino Workspace.

Permalink - posted on 20/08/2007 20:00 in Domino, Web 2.0 - 6 responses
Caching HTML: Tag cloud in LotusScript

I replaced my Ajax Tag cloud with a cached HTML block made in LotusScript. One HTTP request less, one performance improvement gained.

Permalink - posted on 19/08/2007 20:47 in Domino, LotusScript - 2 responses
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