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- 10/02/14--12:12: _NotesIn9 156: Intro...
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- 11/12/14--13:26: _NotesIn9 167: Learn...
- 03/31/15--18:36: _NotesIn9 172: XPage...
- 04/09/15--06:00: _NotesIn9 173: Getti...
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- 03/02/16--05:49: _Discussion on using...
- 08/12/16--08:15: _NotesIn9 192 : Intr...
- 08/25/16--14:11: _NotesIn9 198: Conve...
- 08/25/16--14:13: _NotesIn9 199: Bitma...
- 09/01/16--18:47: _NotesIn9 200: Acces...
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- 09/15/14--16:44: NotesIn9 153: Java based Debug Control Part 1
- 09/15/14--16:50: NotesIn9 154: Java based Debug Control Part 2
- 09/15/14--17:03: NotesIn9 155: Java based Debug Control Part 3
- 10/02/14--12:12: NotesIn9 156: Introduction to Custom Renderers in XPages
- 10/10/14--07:50: NotesIn9 158: Intro to the Frostillicus Framework
- 10/19/14--18:03: NotesIn9 160: Learning XPages Part 1 – Installing Designer
- 11/11/14--05:20: NotesIn9 165: Learning XPages Part 6 – Forms, Views and XPages
- 11/11/14--18:12: NotesIn9 166: Learning XPages Part 7 – Company Controller
- 11/12/14--13:26: NotesIn9 167: Learning XPages Part 8 – Working towards CRUD
- 03/31/15--18:36: NotesIn9 172: XPages Java Debugging
- 04/09/15--06:00: NotesIn9 173: Getting Started with Servlets
- 09/17/15--05:11: NotesIn9 182: XPages and Java from Start to Finish
- 02/24/16--17:06: Notes In 9 : 189 Introduction to SonarQube with a side of Docker
- 03/02/16--05:49: Discussion on using PageControllers in XPages
- 08/12/16--08:15: NotesIn9 192 : Intro to Graph Database in XPages
- 08/25/16--14:11: NotesIn9 198: Convert a Document to a Java Object in XPages
- 08/25/16--14:13: NotesIn9 199: Bitmask, Enums and Creating Excel reports from XPages
- 09/01/16--18:47: NotesIn9 200: Access Server Databases From Code
- 11/30/17--06:43: NotesIn9 207: Send Attachments to 3rd parties
In this show Greg Reeder, XPage developer and new contributor joins the show to talk some Java and how you might be able to use it to build a logging control for errors and messages. This is the first of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the […]
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 second of a 3 part series from Greg which I’m publishing all at once due to the length […]
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 […]
In this show, Jesse Gallagher officially starts the NotesIn9 Hackathon with a great introduction on “custom renderers” in XPages. While this seems to be a really scary topic, Jesse explains it in a way that even I can grasp it.
In this show Jesse Gallagher returns to give us an introduction to this amazing Framework he’s created to try and improve the XPages coding experience. I can’t say that I totally “get it” yet BUT it looks VERY interesting. I have so far taken the “controller” piece from the framework and I’m successfully using that […]
This show beings my great experiment. I’ve wanted to do this for a couple of years actually. I’m going to ATTEMPT to start from scratch and build an XPages Application. I’m going to assume that the viewer has little to no knowledge of Domino Development. I’ve gotten a bunch of emails from people brand new […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
In this show XPages “Professor” and IBM Champion, Mr. Paul Withers returns for an in depth look at how to use the Java Debugger to step through the Java code in your XPages applications. In the beginning and end of the show he’ll also talk about OpenLog which was originally an AMAZING project from Julian […]
This is one of those shows that I think is really important. Today we welcome Eric McCormick, a new contributor and IBM Champion, to the show. Eric did a geat demo showing us how to get started using Java to make Servlets inside our XPages Applications. This opens a lot of doors to expose your […]
In this show I do an in depth demo of an XPages app that’s based on Java Code. I didn’t take time to build it from scratch in front of you, but I go over every line of code in the app. The app lets you you Create, Read, Update, and Delete Project documents, and […]
In this show Eric McCormick returns to show us how to use SonarQube and Docker to help us improve our code.
WARNING: This is a long one. Enter if you dare. In the XPages Slack chat, which is free for anyone to join, hint hint. Whenever I see people working together to solve an interesting problem I always try and suggest that someone blog it so the content and solution they’ve worked though gets a bigger […]
In this show IBM Champion and all around amazing developer Oliver Busse returns with an EPIC demonstration where he talks about using Graph Databases inside the XPages/Domino world. I’m far from an expert on them but Graph Databases are what the “Big Boys” like Amazon, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.. use to more effectively maintain data that […]
In this show I show you how I typically go about converting a Domino Document to a pure Java Object.
This is the big one! The last demo of my presentation at MWLUG 2016. In this show I’ll demonstrate how you can use something called a “Bitmask” and combine it with some Java code and the Apache Poi project to allow the user to create a custom Excel spreadsheet. The user will be able to […]
Wow! Major milestone here. I really don’t want to make too huge a deal of this at the moment but I do have to say thanks for all the contributors that helped the show get to 200 episodes. NotesIn9 has contributed 94 + hours of free tips and tricks to the community. Most importantly to […]
In this show the amazing John Jardin returns with great information on how to get attachments sent to 3rd parties. Since integration with other systems is becoming more and more critical you certainly want to be thinking about this.