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Domino RSS feeds

Here's the database with all the code and design elements you need to get your own RSS feeds going.

Permalink - posted on 13/03/2009 20:20 in Domino, Web 2.0
DC 1 - Domino SiteBuilder guide 001

I started a technical guide to go with the sample databases. Here are the first pages.

Permalink - posted on 08/02/2009 17:09 in Domino, Web 2.0, LotusScript
Testing the new web interface

Testing to see if the page renders correctly.

Permalink - posted on 07/12/2008 16:46 in Domino, Web 2.0
d-works is finally there

After a long absence, I'm taking up blogging again, introducing d-works: the movie and d-works: the product.

Permalink - posted on 12/09/2008 09:19 in Domino, General, Web 2.0 - 4 responses
Document management

As a part of making d-works, I need to add some vital document management functionalities to my Wiki component. Here's the plan.

Permalink - posted on 23/04/2008 09:15 in Domino, Web 2.0
Adding and controlling Flickr badges

How to tweak Flickr badges on web pages, make them XHTML compliant and open the images in another window.

Permalink - posted on 17/02/2008 17:11 in Web 2.0
PicLens for Domino

PicLens is a web widget to show image galleries as a slideshow or a 3d wall. It is used by Google, Picasa, Flickr and Facebook, but you can also add it to your own site. I've made a small demo that includes PicLens in a Domino site.

Permalink - posted on 16/02/2008 16:22 in Domino, Web 2.0
dworks: now with YouTube

So much to do, so little time. One of my collegues added some movies in the d-works site.

Permalink - posted on 07/02/2008 18:52 in General, Web 2.0 - 1 response
Introducing d-works

For those of you who wondered why it was so deadly quiet on this blog, here's the answer.

Permalink - posted on 05/02/2008 16:13 in Domino, Ajax, General, Web 2.0 - 6 responses
What's on your Domino wish list

If you would make a wish list what would be the Domino application/feature you would like to have?

Permalink - posted on 15/12/2007 13:48 in General, Web 2.0 - 8 responses
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