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In this show Greg Reeder, XPage developer returns for part 2 of his series to talk some Java programming and how you might be able to use it to build a logging control for errors and messages.
This is the third of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the length and complexity of the information.
Well if you’re seeing this you probably already know what the news is. I’ve made some big changes to my blog.
I’ve moved to a new host, upgraded to WordPress 4 and am playing with a new theme.
I want to thank Chris Miller for hosting my blog since almost the very beginning of NotesIn9. He really stepped in and saved me when I had problems with my original setup.
In addition to the new theme, (which might change later) I’ve updated the About page and some of the links to try and make it easier to find my other sites and especially the Episode Guide. Addtional ways to find older shows are the new Tag Cloud and a search feature which I never had before.
If anyone sees any problems or has any suggestions please let me know!
Looking forward I’ve just got a ton of shows that I need to get out. I needed to get out. We have a bunch of great new contributors coming as well as my MWLug Presentation.
Hope you like the content!
I’m really excited to have a NEW contributor today. Please welcome Dan Soares to the show! Well kinds of at least. I’ve been trying to get him on for a LONG time and while I’ve yet to get a video I have received from him a great article and sample database on using resource bundles in XPages.
P.S. If your company blocks videos either from this site or YouTube, please print this article out on the company printer, read it on company time and have a little chuckle when done!
In this show I demonstrate how to build some XPages custom controls to make a Bootstrap ProgressBar and stacked ProgressBar.
I also mention Daniel Friedrich’s blog at http://xpagesandme.wordpress.com/. I highly recommend you check that out.
This is a different show today. I’m going to be speaking at MWLug at the end of August. In this show I’m going to do a little demo of what I intended to present at MWLug. I’m not going to tell you HOW to do it yet, you’ll need to come to see that. Or wait for it to hit a future NotesIn9.
In addition to the commercial, I’ve taken a small clip from my show 100 (which ran WAY too long). In this clip I give suggestions on how to get more involved in the XPages community and why you might want to. At the end I refute any excuses that you might have.
Hope you like the show.
In this show IBM Champion and everyone’s second favorite Doctor returns to NotesIn9. That’s right, Dr. Marky Roden is in the house with a GREAT tip on ways to speed up Domino Designer by using Design Definition to better control your database resources.
We last saw the good Doctor back on September 13th, 2012, Episode 74, talking about using jQuery. Don’t miss todays demo. You never know if he’ll disappear for another 684 days again.
Also yesterday I mentioned that this month is the 5 year anniversary of NotesIn9. I just want to thank everyone for all the nice messages, comments, and even a blog post. It means a lot and is very appreciated!
UPDATE: The Audio for Marky’s demo isn’t great. I’m pretty sure I messed that up in the processing of the video.
Today we get another great contributor in the form of Oliver Busse. His website is oliverbusse.com. He’s going to do a really neat demo of how to intergrate XPages with Pushover.net to send messages to a phone that has the PushOver App installed.
I think that it’s always nice to see how to mix XPages with other services.
On July 11, 2009 I uploaded the first ever NotesIn9 to YouTube. The topic was this brand new concept in XPages called “Repeat Controls”.
5 years and 260,000ish downloads later and with the help if MANY people I’ve published 147 episodes so far and WILL hit 150 this week, and maybe even more.
Not too shabby for a little show based mostly on XPages I think.
As always I want to thank all the contributors to the show. Without them I could never have gotten this far.
Thanks for all those who’ve watched NotesIn9. I really hope it’s been a valuable resource.
P.S. One of these days I’ll put a reminder so I remember the anniversary on the actual day. I always forget. haha
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.
Here are some additional posts on getting this type of effect in XPages
Jesse Gallagher: https://frostillic.us/f.nsf/posts/76483656EE4A797B85257D1D00552CF1
Frank van der Linden: http://elstarit.nl/?p=143