NotesIn9 147: Using dGrowl with XPages

In this show Brad Balassaitis returns to Ni9 to give us some great instruction on how to start using the “dGrowl” project with our XPages applications.  This is a tool that lets you popup messages back to the user. It’s a somewhat common effect and I really really like it.  Actually before I got this demo from him I was attempting to do something similar inside Bootstrap4XPages and now I might try and switch to dGrowl for the additional features.

In addition to using dGrowl there’s great information on installing the dojo plugin that could apply to adding other plugins to your applications as well.

 

 

UPDATE:  Brad’s made a blog post on enhancing this even further.

http://xcellerant.net/adding-new-message-styles-to-dgrowl/ 

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NotesIn9 146: Going Mobile with Bootstrap

In this show, we get another great new contributor joining the NotesIn9 family.  Please welcome Shean P McManus to the show. His blog is: http://spmcmanus.net  I’m really excited to get Shean on as he gives us a great demo on using Bootstrap for an XPages mobile focused application. Shean manually added Bootstrap to his application. [...]

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NotesIn9 145: Simple Feedback in XPages

This is the last show I have from Tim Tripcony.  This is probably the simpliest demo he’s done for Ni9 but no less important.  It’s a demo of a way to return a message to a user based on an action. Tim actually gave me this demo maybe a year ago and I just totally [...]

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A conversation with my Son

When I did the Java vs. JavaScript throw down I included my son in the video for comedic effect. He got a good response so I thought I’d give you a snippet of a conversation from this weekend. Me: “Tell the girls we are having popcorn and ice cream for dinner” Matt: “that is the [...]

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NotesIn9 144: OAuth for Domino Walkthrough

In this show Tim Tripcony explains how to get your Domino server to PROVIDE OAuth credentials and services. #codefortim       Note: This show is a odd resolution because Tim sent me his demo at a bigger size then normal.  Because of this I’m not sure if it will play on mobile devices.   [...]

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NotesIn9 143: Component vs Value binding in XPages

In this show Tim Tripcony explains that while we’ve typically been binding to a value all this time, it’s possible to bind to a component inside your XPages Development. This show was originally published elsewhere and I basically grabbed this to try and improve the visibility and get Tim’s information as much exposure as possible. [...]

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Tim explains JSON-RPC #codefortim

First I want to highlight OpenNTF’s recent post regarding Tim’s projects.  Let me simply say that I think the #codefortim idea is brilliant. Pure genius and so appropriate.  Tim shared.  Period. I just read that post like 5 minutes ago so I’m going to let it sink in before I talk any more about it. Which [...]

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Tim Explains: SSJS Object Persistence

Below is an email thread between Serdar Basegmez, Tim Tripcony and myself. Serdar reminded me of it and re-sent it to me so I could share.  It’s a little dated but I’m reposting this because the quality of the information should be shared. This is pretty much the marks the beginning of when I came [...]

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NotesIn9 and Blog publishing plans for Tim’s material

I guess I just wanted to give everyone a heads up on my current thoughts on publishing material that I have from Tim. I have 2 emails filled with “Tim Info” that I want to publish and just get it out there.  1 is pretty old but the other was forwarded to me last week [...]

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This one time at the Eastern PA Meetup and XMage Memorial…

Last night a memorial get together was held in honor of our friend, Tim “XMage” Tripcony.  We met at the Allentown Brewhouse which did seem like a pretty nice place.  It kinda reminded me of the Big River Grill at Disney where we always meet for BALD the day before Lotusphere starts.  So very fitting. [...]

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