AD116 XPages ExtensionLibrary: Making ApplicationDevelopment Even EasierPaul Hannan | XPages Test Lead | IBMMaire Kehoe | ...
Introduction●   Speakers Introduction●   What is this session about?                                  © 2011 IBM Corporati...
Introduction – The Speakers●   Maire Kehoe | XPages Dev                          ●   Paul Hannan | XPages Test Lead●   One...
Introduction – whats this session about?●   The XPages Extension Library (ExtLib)●   Its for EVERYBODY●   Show you how XPa...
Agenda●1.   Introduction●2.   What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●3.   Whos using it?●4.   Demo A - The Wonderful Worl...
What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●   The Extension Library is like an extra   ●   ...bolted on to your existing XPag...
What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●   The XPages Extension Library (ExtLib) is for EVERYBODY.●   NOTHING NEW TO LEARN...
What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●   This toolbox is a set of advanced, optimized, controls and other XPages assets....
What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●   Download from OpenNTF - http://extlib.openntf.org     ─ Contains a demo app, do...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   Try the TeamRoom from OpenNTF                                    © 2011 IBM...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   ...Or try xTalk 1.1, by Declan Lynch, also on OpenNTF                      ...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   ...or fileSendr, another Declan Lynch project on OpenNTF                   ...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   ...iWatch from Declan Lynch – (Announced today!!!)                         ...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   Though NOT using the ExtLib directly,    TSAZR - tsazr.com – From Elguiji S...
Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?●   ...XPages Transformer from GROUP Business Software                         ...
DEMO A –The Wonderful World of the 88* ExtLib Controls●   Demo of some of the 88 (last count) controls to get excited abou...
Demo B●   Layout and Dynamic View Control – ZERO to HERO! (mini-SnT)     ─   Using the Application Layout control and the ...
Demo B – Step 011 Create a Custom Control called ccLayout (or anything you like)2 Then DnD the Application Layout control ...
Demo B – Step 02●   Verify that ExtLib is set on the Application Properties                                               ...
Demo B – Step 03●   And set the Apps theme to oneuiv2 in the Application Properties                                       ...
Demo B – Step 04●   Go to the All Properties for the control and select from configuration    xe:applicationConfiguration ...
Demo B – Step 05●   Expand configuration and fill in any properties you need. In this case were just    going to use the p...
Demo B – Step 06●   Create a new XPage, home.xsp, and drop the custom control on it●   Preview that in the web browser... ...
Demo B – Step 07●   Lets add some callbacks, Editable Areas to the Layout Custom Control    (see AD116_DemoB_CallBackforLA...
Demo B – Step 08●   And we need to add a design definition to the custom control (852 – get markup    from AD116_DemoB_Lay...
Demo B – Step 09●   Now that we have the drop zones, lets add some containers and a combo box    on the home XPage        ...
Demo B – Step 10●   Drop in the Dynamic View Panel control to the main content area.                                      ...
Demo B – Step 11●   Go to the All Properties and set a view data source on the Dynamic View    Panel...                   ...
Demo B – Step 12●   For the view data source add a var and a scoped variable for the view name.    We are going to use thi...
Demo B – Step 13●   Thats your Dynamic View done.    Now lets configure that combo box    to drive that view.●   Bind the ...
Demo B – Step 14●   Set the selection items    on combo box to get    the names of all the    views in the database    (se...
Demo B – Step 15●   To the onchange event on the Combo box set it to refresh the Dynamic View                             ...
Demo B – Step 16●   Youre done!●   Was that less than 10 minutes?                                     © 2011 IBM Corporati...
Demo C – Mini Deep Dive●   A closer look at    two more    extended controls,    the Outline and    Dynamic Content,    it...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   Lets have a look at it.                                    © 2011 IBM Corporation   35
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   The treeNodes property is the way to add items to the Page Navigator                 ...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   In the example there are 2 pageTreeNodes with a separatorTreeNode between    them. Ea...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator                                                             ●   Important               ...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   ...And looks neat and tidy in the source.                                            ...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   A custom property in the Custom Control drives the selection highlighting in the    O...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   The defaultNavigationPath and navigationPath properties on the Layout are    then set...
Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator●   When the Custom Control is added to the XPage the navigationPath custom    Property i...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   Its appearance in designtime cloaks its power. Thatll change. When added to a    page, this co...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   Currently best explored in the    Outline view, and Source Pane.                              ...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   In the sample, we have two facets in this container – one for the view and    another for the ...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   And in the sample these two facets are named theView and theDoc. This is    what the Dynamic C...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   Use one of the facet names to be the default facet                                            ...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   Then its a matter of showing and hiding upon an action. Here were launching a    document from...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   This can also be set using an ExtLib simple action – the Change Dynamic    Content simple acti...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   And in theDoc facet weve added extra actions. Here on the Save button..                       ...
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   ...on the Cancel...                            © 2011 IBM Corporation   51
Demo C | Dynamic Content●   ...though this isnt needed on the Edit button as we wish to remain in theDoc    facet.        ...
Demo C | Dynamic Content● Cool?                           © 2011 IBM Corporation   53
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q1. Its open sources but how much of the Extension Library is supported?●   A1. Its supported by the ...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q2. Is the ExtLib Production ready? And if not what needs to be done to get it    up to spec?●   A2. ...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q3. So what new has been invented here? Is it all new?●   A3. Yes and no. The ExtLib needs the ExtAPI...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q4. Can we port this back to 851?●   A4. No. This needs 852 and above to function.                   ...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q5. Learning XPages is bad enough with having to learn its extended stuff●   A5. Learning XPages will...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q6. All this is too good to be true, whats the catch?●   A6. Theres no catch really. The ExtLib is fo...
FAQ on the ExtLib●   Q7. How do we persuade Administrators to allows us to put the ExtLib in our    production environment...
Conclusions●   ExtLib is for Everyone●   Owned by Everyone●   Faster●   Easier●   Better●   Cooler●   ...but it may not br...
...more ExtLib Information...●   OpenNTF project     ─   http://extlib.openntf.org●   Lotus Notes and Domino Application D...
...other ExtLib related sessions at #LS11...●   Monday     ─   AD111 - Developing Mobile Apps Rapidly for Webkit Browsers ...
Q&A      © 2011 IBM Corporation   64
...other XPages related sessions at #LS11...●   JMP101 - IBM Lotus Domino Application Development Jumpstart | Ishfak F Bha...
...other XPages related sessions at #LS11...●   AD103 - Dont Be Afraid of Curly Brackets: JavaScript for IBM LotusScript D...
...other XPages related sessions at #LS11.●   BP207 - Apps, Apps, and More Apps: Meet the Very Best Open Source Apps    fr...
...other XPages related sessions at #LS11.●   BOF403 - Get Up to Speed on XPages | Sara Nicklin●   AD116 - XPages Extensio...
Legal Disclaimer   © IBM Corporation 2011. All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this publication is provided ...
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AD116 XPages Extension Library: Making Application Development Even Easier

  1. 1. AD116 XPages ExtensionLibrary: Making ApplicationDevelopment Even EasierPaul Hannan | XPages Test Lead | IBMMaire Kehoe | Software Developer | IBM © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Introduction● Speakers Introduction● What is this session about? © 2011 IBM Corporation 2
  3. 3. Introduction – The Speakers● Maire Kehoe | XPages Dev ● Paul Hannan | XPages Test Lead● One of the lead developers on the XPages ● Been the runtime test lead of XPages since its team, based in Dublin, Ireland. Maire worked birth and part of the team in Dublin, Ireland. on Lotus Component Designer from 2004 to Joined LotusIBM in 1995 and started working 2007, and moved to Domino to develop the Screencam 1.2 and Notes 3.32 localization. XPages runtime in the Domino server, working Enjoys working on the best feature in the best on control development, localization, the product in the world. Extensibility API, and application development. ● Email: paul_hannan@ie.ibm.com● Email: mkehoe@ie.ibm.com ● Twitter: @pdhannan © 2011 IBM Corporation 3
  4. 4. Introduction – whats this session about?● The XPages Extension Library (ExtLib)● Its for EVERYBODY● Show you how XPages App Dev will change for the better● And explain why... ─ THERES NOTHING NEW TO LEARN! ─ FASTER! ─ EASIER!● And also show how its not going to cost you an extra cent● This session will help and show you how the ExtLib will change the way you do App development, and save you time and €£$¥ along the way © 2011 IBM Corporation 4
  5. 5. Agenda●1. Introduction●2. What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?●3. Whos using it?●4. Demo A - The Wonderful World of the 88* ExtLib controls●5. Demo B – ZERO 2 HERO - The Layout and Dynamic View controls●6. Demo C – Mini Deep Dive – Outline & Dynamic Content●7. FAQ●8. Conclusion●9. Q&A © 2011 IBM Corporation 5
  6. 6. What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?● The Extension Library is like an extra ● ...bolted on to your existing XPages tool box... tool box. © 2011 IBM Corporation 6
  7. 7. What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?● The XPages Extension Library (ExtLib) is for EVERYBODY.● NOTHING NEW TO LEARN! ─ You dont have to learn something new – fits with your current XPage skill set – Less €£$¥ needed● FASTER! ─ Faster and Easier Domino Web Development● EASIER! ─ Easier to modernize existing Domino Web Apps © 2011 IBM Corporation 7
  8. 8. What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?● This toolbox is a set of advanced, optimized, controls and other XPages assets.● Integrates within Domino Designer● Client, server and mobile● Designed for performance● Fully implemented using the XPages extensibility API● Available on top of Notes Domino 8.5.2 © 2011 IBM Corporation 8
  9. 9. What is the Extension Library (ExtLib)?● Download from OpenNTF - http://extlib.openntf.org ─ Contains a demo app, documentation and an updateSite for easy install into Designer 852 ─ 3000 plus downloads since Sept. 2010 ─ Active Forum and discussion● OpenSource - https://svn-166.openntf.org/svn/xpages/ © 2011 IBM Corporation 9
  10. 10. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● Try the TeamRoom from OpenNTF © 2011 IBM Corporation 10
  11. 11. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● ...Or try xTalk 1.1, by Declan Lynch, also on OpenNTF © 2011 IBM Corporation 11
  12. 12. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● ...or fileSendr, another Declan Lynch project on OpenNTF © 2011 IBM Corporation 12
  13. 13. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● ...iWatch from Declan Lynch – (Announced today!!!) © 2011 IBM Corporation 13
  14. 14. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● Though NOT using the ExtLib directly, TSAZR - tsazr.com – From Elguiji Software● The XPages serve back to the iPhone (tm Apple ) JSON. All data sits in memory. Never going to disk.● More JSON Webservice examples will be shown● iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. © 2011 IBM Corporation 14
  15. 15. Extension Library (ExtLib) – Whos using it?● ...XPages Transformer from GROUP Business Software © 2011 IBM Corporation 15
  16. 16. DEMO A –The Wonderful World of the 88* ExtLib Controls● Demo of some of the 88 (last count) controls to get excited about! © 2011 IBM Corporation 16
  17. 17. Demo B● Layout and Dynamic View Control – ZERO to HERO! (mini-SnT) ─ Using the Application Layout control and the Dynamic View control, show how you can quickly transform an existing application in... ─ 10 Minutes!!! ... ─XPages in X © 2011 IBM Corporation 17
  18. 18. Demo B – Step 011 Create a Custom Control called ccLayout (or anything you like)2 Then DnD the Application Layout control from the Extension Library folder on the palette to the Design pane of the custom control. Select Continue on the prompt © 2011 IBM Corporation 18
  19. 19. Demo B – Step 02● Verify that ExtLib is set on the Application Properties © 2011 IBM Corporation 19
  20. 20. Demo B – Step 03● And set the Apps theme to oneuiv2 in the Application Properties © 2011 IBM Corporation 20
  21. 21. Demo B – Step 04● Go to the All Properties for the control and select from configuration xe:applicationConfiguration © 2011 IBM Corporation 21
  22. 22. Demo B – Step 05● Expand configuration and fill in any properties you need. In this case were just going to use the placeBarName and computing its name. © 2011 IBM Corporation 22
  23. 23. Demo B – Step 06● Create a new XPage, home.xsp, and drop the custom control on it● Preview that in the web browser... © 2011 IBM Corporation 23
  24. 24. Demo B – Step 07● Lets add some callbacks, Editable Areas to the Layout Custom Control (see AD116_DemoB_CallBackforLAYOUT.txt)● Nest this into the <xe:applicationLayout> tag © 2011 IBM Corporation 24
  25. 25. Demo B – Step 08● And we need to add a design definition to the custom control (852 – get markup from AD116_DemoB_LayoutDesignDefinition.txt) . © 2011 IBM Corporation 25
  26. 26. Demo B – Step 09● Now that we have the drop zones, lets add some containers and a combo box on the home XPage © 2011 IBM Corporation 26
  27. 27. Demo B – Step 10● Drop in the Dynamic View Panel control to the main content area. © 2011 IBM Corporation 27
  28. 28. Demo B – Step 11● Go to the All Properties and set a view data source on the Dynamic View Panel... © 2011 IBM Corporation 28
  29. 29. Demo B – Step 12● For the view data source add a var and a scoped variable for the view name. We are going to use this variable to compute which view to load into the Dynamic View Panel. © 2011 IBM Corporation 29
  30. 30. Demo B – Step 13● Thats your Dynamic View done. Now lets configure that combo box to drive that view.● Bind the combo box to that same scoped variable – viewScope.v01 in this case © 2011 IBM Corporation 30
  31. 31. Demo B – Step 14● Set the selection items on combo box to get the names of all the views in the database (see AD116_DemoB_Comb oBoxSelections.txt)● This formula gets all the views in the database, then gets their names, put these into an array and then returns that array sorted. © 2011 IBM Corporation 31
  32. 32. Demo B – Step 15● To the onchange event on the Combo box set it to refresh the Dynamic View © 2011 IBM Corporation 32
  33. 33. Demo B – Step 16● Youre done!● Was that less than 10 minutes? © 2011 IBM Corporation 33
  34. 34. Demo C – Mini Deep Dive● A closer look at two more extended controls, the Outline and Dynamic Content, its make up and how you might configure it in your application. © 2011 IBM Corporation 34
  35. 35. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● Lets have a look at it. © 2011 IBM Corporation 35
  36. 36. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● The treeNodes property is the way to add items to the Page Navigator © 2011 IBM Corporation 36
  37. 37. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● In the example there are 2 pageTreeNodes with a separatorTreeNode between them. Each of these pageTreeNodes represents an XPage. © 2011 IBM Corporation 37
  38. 38. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator ● Important properties. ● Label is the label on the Outline ● The page refers to the XPage less the file extension. ● And selection is used to highlight the an item on the Outline © 2011 IBM Corporation 38
  39. 39. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● ...And looks neat and tidy in the source. © 2011 IBM Corporation 39
  40. 40. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● A custom property in the Custom Control drives the selection highlighting in the Outline © 2011 IBM Corporation 40
  41. 41. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● The defaultNavigationPath and navigationPath properties on the Layout are then set. © 2011 IBM Corporation 41
  42. 42. Demo C | Outline – Page Navigator● When the Custom Control is added to the XPage the navigationPath custom Property is set © 2011 IBM Corporation 42
  43. 43. Demo C | Dynamic Content● Its appearance in designtime cloaks its power. Thatll change. When added to a page, this control doesnt have any children but a set of facets. Each facet represents one of the UI items that can be displayed. © 2011 IBM Corporation 43
  44. 44. Demo C | Dynamic Content● Currently best explored in the Outline view, and Source Pane. © 2011 IBM Corporation 44
  45. 45. Demo C | Dynamic Content● In the sample, we have two facets in this container – one for the view and another for the document. © 2011 IBM Corporation 45
  46. 46. Demo C | Dynamic Content● And in the sample these two facets are named theView and theDoc. This is what the Dynamic Content control uses for swapping between the two. © 2011 IBM Corporation 46
  47. 47. Demo C | Dynamic Content● Use one of the facet names to be the default facet © 2011 IBM Corporation 47
  48. 48. Demo C | Dynamic Content● Then its a matter of showing and hiding upon an action. Here were launching a document from the view column to display in the theDoc facet. © 2011 IBM Corporation 48
  49. 49. Demo C | Dynamic Content● This can also be set using an ExtLib simple action – the Change Dynamic Content simple action © 2011 IBM Corporation 49
  50. 50. Demo C | Dynamic Content● And in theDoc facet weve added extra actions. Here on the Save button.. © 2011 IBM Corporation 50
  51. 51. Demo C | Dynamic Content● ...on the Cancel... © 2011 IBM Corporation 51
  52. 52. Demo C | Dynamic Content● ...though this isnt needed on the Edit button as we wish to remain in theDoc facet. © 2011 IBM Corporation 52
  53. 53. Demo C | Dynamic Content● Cool? © 2011 IBM Corporation 53
  54. 54. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q1. Its open sources but how much of the Extension Library is supported?● A1. Its supported by the community through the OpenNFT project. All bug fixes and enhancements will come from this community, as it has done so far. © 2011 IBM Corporation 54
  55. 55. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q2. Is the ExtLib Production ready? And if not what needs to be done to get it up to spec?● A2. A certain number of steps need to be gone through before the whole or part of the ExtLib is production ready for your environment. IBM decided that the ExtLib was too good to delay. It resolves many business solutions which potentially couldnt wait years to appear in the core product. It provides the tools now to get the job done now. And its more than likely that the benefits of such far out weigh costs of getting the individual controls ready in the core release ready for your production environment. © 2011 IBM Corporation 55
  56. 56. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q3. So what new has been invented here? Is it all new?● A3. Yes and no. The ExtLib needs the ExtAPI to work - thats new to 852. All the controls are new, though after that what is generated at runtime using the ExtLib is not that much different from what is generated by conventional XPages. © 2011 IBM Corporation 56
  57. 57. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q4. Can we port this back to 851?● A4. No. This needs 852 and above to function. © 2011 IBM Corporation 57
  58. 58. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q5. Learning XPages is bad enough with having to learn its extended stuff● A5. Learning XPages will be by far the much bigger step of the two. Learning what you can do with the ExtLib is a small step, and in fact learning what you can do with the ExtLib allows you to take huge shortcuts in your XPages learning. © 2011 IBM Corporation 58
  59. 59. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q6. All this is too good to be true, whats the catch?● A6. Theres no catch really. The ExtLib is for everyone. Owned by everyone. Its getting better and can only get better still. Its the nearest you can get to a sure-thing. © 2011 IBM Corporation 59
  60. 60. FAQ on the ExtLib● Q7. How do we persuade Administrators to allows us to put the ExtLib in our production environments?● A7. More functionality in less time when using the ExtLib, vs developing your own CSS and HTML in Custom Controls.● Its pretty low-risk.● Test your application for the use-cases you need to support, (including performance/load testing & cross-browser testing).● ...else feedem to a wood chipper if they dont! ;-) © 2011 IBM Corporation 60
  61. 61. Conclusions● ExtLib is for Everyone● Owned by Everyone● Faster● Easier● Better● Cooler● ...but it may not bring world peace. © 2011 IBM Corporation 61
  62. 62. ...more ExtLib Information...● OpenNTF project ─ http://extlib.openntf.org● Lotus Notes and Domino Application Development Wiki ─ ExtAPI - http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ddwiki.nsf/xpViewCategories.xsp? lookupName=APIs:%20XPages%20Extensibility ─ http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/ddwiki.nsf/xpViewTags.xsp? categoryFilter=8.5.2&category=none● Blogs ─ http://planetlotus.org/search.php?search=ExtLib&sort=1 ─ http://planetlotus.org/search.php?search=extension%20library&sort=1● Twitter ─ http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23ExtLib●XPAGES.INFO © 2011 IBM Corporation 62
  63. 63. ...other ExtLib related sessions at #LS11...● Monday ─ AD111 - Developing Mobile Apps Rapidly for Webkit Browsers Using XPages | Niklas Heidloff & Steve Castledine● Tuesday ─ AD116 - XPages Extension Library: Making Application Development Even Easier | Paul Hannan & Maire Kehoe ─ BP210 - XPages: Enter The Dojo | Paul Withers & David Leedy● Wednesday ─ AD112 - How the Re-vamped TeamRoom and DocLib Templates Are Built Using the XPages Extension Library | Maire Kehoe & Martin Donnelly ─ AD115 - | XPages Extensibility API: Free Your Mind! | Darin Egan & Dan OConnor ─ AD116R - XPages Extension Library: Making Application Development Even Easier | Paul Hannan & Maire Kehoe ─ BOF217 - Object-Orientated Programming in IBM Lotus Notes and Domino | Thomas Bahn & Bernd Hort © 2011 IBM Corporation 63
  64. 64. Q&A © 2011 IBM Corporation 64
  65. 65. ...other XPages related sessions at #LS11...● JMP101 - IBM Lotus Domino Application Development Jumpstart | Ishfak F Bhagat & Dan OConnor● JMP102 - XML and Web Services Jumpstart | Paul Calhoun● JMP302 - Master Class: CSS and HTML Master Class | Scott Good & Henry Newberry● JMP101 - IBM Lotus Domino Application Development Jumpstart | Ishfak F Bhagat & Dan OConnor● JMP208 - The Never Ending Integration Story: How to Integrate Your Lotus Notes, Domino, and LotusLive applications with Microsoft Office, .NET, and Lotus Symphony | John Head & Alex Kassabov● JMP303 - Master Class: Leveraging JSON in both Client- and Server-Side JavaScript | Scott Good & Henry Newberry● BDD602 - IBM Lotus Roundtable: Application Development | Kevin Cavanaugh● AD105 - Lotus Domino OSGi Unleashed: Everything You Need to Know - and More! | David Taieb © 2011 IBM Corporation 65
  66. 66. ...other XPages related sessions at #LS11...● AD103 - Dont Be Afraid of Curly Brackets: JavaScript for IBM LotusScript Developers | Stephan Wissel● AD110 - Building XPages Applications By the Book! | Martin Donnelly & Philippe Riand● AD104 - Whats New in Lotus Domino Objects and Best Practices | James Cooper & Elizabeth Sawyer● AD111 - Developing Mobile Apps Rapidly for Webkit Browsers Using XPages | Niklas Heidloff & Steve Castledine● BP305 - How XPages Dramatically Improved a Non-profits Ability to Serve its Disabled Clients | Matthew Miller & Scott Good● ID104 - IBM Lotus Domino Server Availability: Best Practices and Tuning Tips | John Curtis & Andrew Nolet● AD107 - Microsoft Sharepoint Meets IBM Lotus Domino: Development Deep Dive | Stephan Wissel & Justin Lee● BOF206 - Composite Application Component Models | Michael Cooper & Ashok Mammen● SHOW106 - XPages101: How to Build a Simple XPages Application | Matt White & Tim Clark © 2011 IBM Corporation 66
  67. 67. ...other XPages related sessions at #LS11.● BP207 - Apps, Apps, and More Apps: Meet the Very Best Open Source Apps from OpenNTF | Bruce Elgort & Niklas Heidloff● AD113 - Show Your XPages in Style! | Hunter Medney & Steve Castledine● AD117 - XPages Performance Success Story: the Business Solutions Catalog | Suneil H Berajawala & Philippe Riand● AD116 - XPages Extension Library: Making Application Development Even Easier | Paul Hannan & Maire Kehoe● AD109 - IBM Lotus Connector for SAP, Alloy and Beyond: Integrate SAP with Lotus Collaboration | Pete Janzen● AD203 - Whats New in Lotus Notes Widgets and LiveText: Linking Your Data to the World! | Andrew E Davis● BP210 - XPages: Enter The Dojo | Paul Withers & David Leedy● BP211 - XPages Blast | Matt White & Tim Clark © 2011 IBM Corporation 67
  68. 68. ...other XPages related sessions at #LS11.● BOF403 - Get Up to Speed on XPages | Sara Nicklin● AD116 - XPages Extension Library: Making Application Development Even Easier | Paul Hannan & Maire Kehoe● BP208 - Fabulous Feats with @Formula: IBM Lotus Notes Client, XPages and Beyond | Kathy Brown● CUST105 - Deloitte Recap: Running a Business on XPages and IBM Lotus Domino | Brian Benz● AD115 - XPages Extensibility API: Free Your Mind! | Darin Egan & Dan OConnor● AD112 - How the Re-vamped TeamRoom and DocLib Templates Are Built Using the XPages Extension Library | Maire Kehoe & Martin Donnelly● AD114 - There and Back Again: Strategies for Re-factoring Notes Applications to XPages | Philippe Riand & Nathan Freeman● SHOW107 - The DataSource Session: Take XPages Data Boldly Where No XPages Data Has Been Taken Before | Stephan Wissel & Jim Quill● BP212 - Deep Dive into XPage Expression Language Syntax | Colin MacDonald & Karsten Lehmann● BOF218 - Let Your Inner "X" Out! | Pete Janzen & Philippe Riand © 2011 IBM Corporation 68
  69. 69. Legal Disclaimer © IBM Corporation 2011. All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this publication is provided for informational purposes only. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this publication, it is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In addition, this information is based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this publication or any other materials. Nothing contained in this publication is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in this presentation to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in this presentation may change at any time at IBM’s sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, stating or implying that any activities undertaken by you will result in any specific sales, revenue growth or other results. IBM, the IBM logo, Lotus, Lotus Notes, Notes, Domino, Quickr, Sametime, WebSphere, UC2, PartnerWorld and Lotusphere are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Unyte is a trademark of WebDialogs, Inc., in the United States, other countries, or both. Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both. © 2011 IBM Corporation 69

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