In this show John Jardin returns with another great XPages meets Bootstrap show. Today he’ll show us how to get a better date picker for your XPages applications.
In this show IBM Champion and great friend of NotesIn9, Mr. John Jardin returns with the first of several shows talking about Bootstrap and XPages.
In today’s demo he’ll show you how to turn the rather bland page into the much nice Bootstrap look and feel. And the best part? You don’t even need to use Bootstrap to do it.
Check out the video to learn the secret!
In this show, brand new contributor, Bill Fox comes on to give a really interesting demo on Categorizing Repeat Controls. He’ll show repeat controls with 1, 2 and 3 levels of categorization. There’s a lot of other techniques in here as well. He’ll use custom controls with custom properties, View Navigators, Computed CSS stlyes and more.
Hope you like it!
I’m really excited about today’s brand new contributor. Today we welcome Brian Gleeson to the show. I’ve had many great contributors to the show over the years but Brian is the very first member of the XPages Development team to come on with a demonstration. That’s been on my NotesIn9 “bucket list” for long time. I feel like I’ve finally gone “legit”. haha
Anyway Brian, who is a key member behind the Ext. Library on OpenNTF, is going to give use a great demo on the new responsive controls from the latest edition of the Ext. Library. There’s actually a bunch of new features in the Ext. Library but the responsive controls alone are very cool.
Hope you like it!
In this show Oliver Busse returns with a great show on how to get started with Custom Renderers.
His twitter is @zeromancer1972 and he can be found at http://oliverbusse.de
In today’s show I take a break from the Learning XPages series and do a little demo on updating a project in source control. So it kind of goes with the Learning XPages series but really isn’t part of it.
The Learning XPages series is going on a little break while I work on a more important holiday project – but hopefully that project will turn into shows as well.
As always let me know if you have any comments or questions.
In this show I continue on to the goal of CRUD. CRUD stands for Create, Read, Update and Delete. By the end of this show we should be able to achieve all 4 actions against the Company document.
I’ve not done anything to really make this app look pretty yet. Honestly I’ve given the UI very little thought so far. I’m trying to just focus on the core functionality at the moment so the UI stuff doesn’t distract. I do want to better integrate Bootstrap to clean up the UI at some point when it makes sense.
Note: I’ve been pushing a bunch of these shows out quickly. I filmed them a while back in one evening. I believe I have one more small one then I’ll probably take a little break from this series as I have another personal XPages project that must be ready by Thanksgiving.
In this show I demonstrate how to setup and set using a Java “Page Controller”. This is a technique that Jesse Gallagher came up with and I absolutely love. Without a doubt it saved me a TON of work on a recent day job assignment. There’s a little effort involved in setting it up but it’s so worth it in the long run.
In this show we finally start coding. Horaay! I’m going to create a form and a couple views to start setting up how the data for the applicaiton will work and then I’ll go right into some Java which will act as a bridge between our application and the data that gets stored into the database itself.
This show should be particularily good if you’re interested in starting to use Java with your XPages applications.
Note: This episode was filmed a couple weeks ago when I was watching the Philadaphila Eagles beat up on the New York Giants. The Eagles won 27 – 0! It was a good night.
In this show we actually go into Designer and create a new database that we’re going to be working with for our application and I have a little discussion on some of the application properties that are useful for XPages Developement.
This show is I believe the first in the new larger Full HD resolution of 1980×1020. This will let me get more on the screen but might be harder to see if you typically use a smaller device. Please let me know how this size works for you.
Also – I’m initially publishing this FIRST to YouTube. It’s not going to be available to off-line download for a little bit. I’ve run out of my monthly quota on Libsyn and don’t want to pay more to up it so close to the end of the month. To I’m trying this as an experiment rather then just waiting to publish it. In November I’m going to try a YouTube plugin that in theory should allow me to use just YouTube and still provide a link for an easy download. I’m just waiting for that to be released. If that works then I might be able to move just to YouTube BUT I would lose an RSS feed for the shows and especially lose iTunes. So I’m not sure yet, just trying to find my options. Please let me know if anything there seems like it might be a problem for you.
Since this is Embedded YouTube – you probably want to play this on “full Screen” and it should use the resolution 1080p. If it doesn’t you should be able to change it. Anything lower will probably not look as sharp as usual. Like I said – this is an experiment.