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The past several years have provided developers with a multitude of new capabilities for building IBM Domino applications and 2013 was no different. Come hear about the latest enhancements in Domino ...

The past several years have provided developers with a multitude of new capabilities for building IBM Domino applications and 2013 was no different. Come hear about the latest enhancements in Domino and Domino Designer 9.x that further strengthen the RADD value proposition. We will share new features for building web and mobile web applications with XPages, improvements for making your applications social as well as what's new in APIs. You will also hear what's available for running your applications in the IBM cloud. There will be plenty of demos to whet your appetite and we will round it out with some of our plans for the future.

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    • AD201: IBM Domino Application Development Today And Tomorrow Pete Janzen, IBM Martin Donnelly, IBM © 2014 IBM Corporation
    • Please Note IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user’s job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve results similar to those stated here. 2
    • Agenda    3 Introduction Today Futures
    • Application Development Priorities    4 Reduce IT and development costs – Provide tools and runtime that helps companies realize a greater return on their investment – Support business flexibility and agility Embrace innovation while preserving investment – Long lasting applications – Choice in platforms and access methods Bolster partner ecosystem – Make development cost effective – Provide offerings that provide opportunities for ISVs service providers
    • Domino Application Development Themes     5 Mobile – Provide access to Domino data from mobile device – Realize true vision of build once, run anywhere Developer productivity – Support new XPages controls in Domino Designer – More easily integrate with disparate data sources Cloud – Leverage Platform-as-a-Service for Domino Applications – SoftLayer coming Social – Empower users of Domino applications with social services – Extend Domino apps in social containers with XPages
    • IBM Notes & Domino Application Development Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.0  Domino Designer ­ Eclipse Based IDE ­ XPages Editors ­ ServerSide JavaScript ­ CSS & Theme for rendering ­ XPages ­ Web 2.0 framework based on Java/JSF ­ Extensive library of controls ­ Built in Ajax support ­ Dojo ­ JavaScript or Java for business logic ­ APIs ­ DXL enhancements 2009 6 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.2 Domino Designer Usability and Productivity enhancements XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.4.1 Better Notes client integration APIs XPage extensibility APIs Notes views (JavaTM) Cloud images for developers Domino Designer Extensions for design elements Support new XPagescontrols XPages XPages Extension Library Enhanced Mobile device support APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) 2012 2011 2010 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.1  Domino Designer ­ LotusScript and Java editor ­ Working set enhancements ­ Performance ­ XPages ­ Notes client support ­ iWidget/Component ­ Active content filtering ­ Performance & Scalability ­ APIs ­ Designer extensibility APIs ­ Notes Documents (Java) ­ Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Domino Designer Source Control Integration New XPages and Forms/Views perspectives Update CS JavaScript editor New Java design element XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.5, CKEditor 3.5.3 APIs XPage extensibility APIs Cloud images for Applications 2014 2013 IBM Domino & Designer 9.0 Domino Designer Usability enhancements XPages hover help & hyperlinking Server Side JavaScript debugger XPages Incorporate 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1+ into base Enhanced mobile support Dojo, CKEditor & OneUI upgrade Support Embedded Experiences using URL mode APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Refresh C&S APIs for LotusScript & Java Platform Expand OSGi consumption and support in Domino OpenSocial for Notes & iNotes Note: Information is subject to change without
    • XPages Evolution Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.2 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.0  Domino Designer ­ Eclipse Based IDE ­ XPages Editors ­ ServerSide JavaScript ­ CSS & Theme for rendering ­ XPages ­ Web 2.0 framework based on Java/JSF ­ Extensive library of controls ­ Built in Ajax support ­ Dojo ­ JavaScript or Java for business logic ­ APIs ­ DXL enhancements Domino Designer Usability and Productivity enhancements XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.4.1 Better Notes client integration APIs XPage extensibility APIs Notes views (JavaTM) Cloud images for developers XPages Released Eyes wide open 2009 7 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 Domino Designer Extensions for design elements Support new XPagescontrols XPages XPages Extension Library Enhanced Mobile device support APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) 2012 2011 2010 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.1  Domino Designer ­ LotusScript and Java editor ­ Working set enhancements ­ Performance ­ XPages ­ Notes client support ­ iWidget/Component ­ Active content filtering ­ Performance & Scalability ­ APIs ­ Designer extensibility APIs ­ Notes Documents (Java) ­ Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Domino Designer Source Control Integration New XPages and Forms/Views perspectives Update CS JavaScript editor New Java design element XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.5, CKEditor 3.5.3 APIs XPage extensibility APIs Cloud images for Applications 2014 2013 IBM Domino & Designer 9.0 Domino Designer Usability enhancements XPages hover help & hyperlinking Server Side JavaScript debugger XPages Incorporate 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1+ into base Enhanced mobile support Dojo, CKEditor & OneUI upgrade Support Embedded Experiences using URL mode APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Refresh C&S APIs for LotusScript & Java Platform Expand OSGi consumption and support in Domino OpenSocial for Notes & iNotes
    • XPages Evolution Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.2 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.0  Domino Designer ­ Eclipse Based IDE ­ XPages Editors ­ ServerSide JavaScript ­ CSS & Theme for rendering ­ XPages ­ Web 2.0 framework based on Java/JSF ­ Extensive library of controls ­ Built in Ajax support ­ Dojo ­ JavaScript or Java for business logic ­ APIs ­ DXL enhancements Domino Designer Usability and Productivity enhancements XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.4.1 Better Notes client integration APIs XPage extensibility APIs Notes views (JavaTM) Cloud images for developers Eyes wide open 8 Domino Designer Extensions for design elements Support new XPagescontrols XPages XPages Extension Library Enhanced Mobile device support APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Tool & Runtime 2012 hardening XPages Released 2009 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 2011 2010 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.1  Domino Designer ­ LotusScript and Java editor ­ Working set enhancements ­ Performance ­ XPages ­ Notes client support ­ iWidget/Component ­ Active content filtering ­ Performance & Scalability ­ APIs ­ Designer extensibility APIs ­ Notes Documents (Java) ­ Lotus DevelopersDomino & Designer 8.5.3 tapping into potential Domino Designer Source Control Integration New XPages and Forms/Views perspectives Update CS JavaScript editor New Java design element XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.5, CKEditor 3.5.3 APIs XPage extensibility APIs Cloud images for Applications 2014 2013 IBM Domino & Designer 9.0 Domino Designer Usability enhancements XPages hover help & hyperlinking Server Side JavaScript debugger XPages Incorporate 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1+ into base Enhanced mobile support Dojo, CKEditor & OneUI upgrade Support Embedded Experiences using URL mode APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Refresh C&S APIs for LotusScript & Java Platform Expand OSGi consumption and support in Domino OpenSocial for Notes & iNotes
    • XPages Evolution Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.2 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.0  Domino Designer ­ Eclipse Based IDE ­ XPages Editors ­ ServerSide JavaScript ­ CSS & Theme for rendering ­ XPages ­ Web 2.0 framework based on Java/JSF ­ Extensive library of controls ­ Built in Ajax support ­ Dojo ­ JavaScript or Java for business logic ­ APIs ­ DXL enhancements Domino Designer Usability and Productivity enhancements XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.4.1 Better Notes client integration APIs XPage extensibility APIs Notes views (JavaTM) Cloud images for developers Eyes wide open 9 Domino Designer Extensions for design elements Support new XPagescontrols XPages XPages Extension Library Enhanced Mobile device support APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Tool & Runtime 2012 hardening XPages Released 2009 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1 2011 2010 Lotus Domino & Designer 8.5.1  Domino Designer ­ LotusScript and Java editor ­ Working set enhancements ­ Performance ­ XPages ­ Notes client support ­ iWidget/Component ­ Active content filtering ­ Performance & Scalability ­ APIs ­ Designer extensibility APIs ­ Notes Documents (Java) ­ Lotus DevelopersDomino & Designer 8.5.3 tapping into potential Domino Designer Source Control Integration New XPages and Forms/Views perspectives Update CS JavaScript editor New Java design element XPages Stability/performance improvements Improved rich text editing (CKEditor) Dojo 1.5, CKEditor 3.5.3 APIs XPage extensibility APIs Cloud images for Applications 2014 2013 IBM Domino & Designer 9.0 Domino Designer Usability enhancements XPages hover help & hyperlinking Server Side JavaScript debugger XPages Incorporate 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack 1+ into base Enhanced mobile support Dojo, CKEditor & OneUI upgrade Support Embedded Experiences using URL mode APIs Domino Access Services (REST APIs) Refresh C&S APIs for LotusScript & Java Platform Expand OSGi consumption and support in Domino OpenSocial for Notes & iNotes Developers hitting their stride Complex apps Frameworks Incorporating 3rd party assets
    • Ecosystem    10 Developer Community – OpenNTF.org – Stack Overflow – GitHub – Other community sites XPages Publications – Mastering XPages – over 7000 copies sold worldwide ● Translated to Chinese ● Biggest selling IBM Press app dev book ● Mastering XPages 2nd Edition - Estimated publication Q1 2014 - Based on 9.0.1 - Completely revised + 4 new chapters New Domino Designer 9 book for Japanese market
    • 2013 Releases    11 Domino Designer and Domino 9.0 – Server-side JavaScript debugger – XPages® developer productivity enhancements: content assist, hyperlinking, hover help – XPages extension library incorporated into platform, including: ● Additional rich controls ● Mobile controls – XPiNC enhancements – Calendaring & Scheduling APIs Domino Designer and Domino 9.0.1 – We'll get to this in a moment OpenNTF – XPages Social Enabler merged into Social Business Toolkit SDK – Twitterbootstrap4XPages
    • Today 12
    • Domino Designer 9.0.1  Update to Designer jvm.properties default setting – Installer asserts higher memory configuration vmarg.Xmx=-Xmx512m vmarg.Xms=-Xms48m vmarg.Xmca=-Xmca512k   13 Support for the new “Load Java” ECL Attribute Important Improvements (we heard you ! ) – Fixed bugs when saving LotusScript agents – Improved Help Indexing
    • High Performance View Navigator   Much more responsive display of deep hierarchical document collections Alternative XPages View Navigator in 9.0.1 – Performs well with heavily populated view categories – Based on new 9.0 Java APIs backend classes and NIF capabilities – View navigation is based on document note ids rather than view position – View behavior closely emulates Notes client – Enabled via an xsp.properties setting (not on by default) ● xsp.domino.view.navigator=ByPosition ● xsp.domino.view.navigator=ByNoteId View markup by note id 14 View markup by position
    • XPages Dynamic Search – SEO Support Search Engine Optimization   15 XPages Dynamic Content Control – Dynamically switches content using Ajax – This works well for real users … but not so well for robots ! 9.0.1 Improvements – Several popular bots are supported by default – Designer allows you to customize your bot support – Runtime now loads default facet on initial page load
    • 9.0.1 XPages Core Updates     16 Dojo upgrade to 1.8.3 CKEditor Upgrade to 3.6.6.2 W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A / AA & US Section 508 Standard XULRunner Upgrade to 10.0.6 (XPiNC) – Equivalent of upgrading Notes embedded browser from Firefox 3.6.2 to 10.0.6
    • Domino Mobile Application Development     Provide pervasive access to Notes/Domino data from your smartphone or tablet Ensures your investment in content is available when you need it Improve business process efficiency by allowing decision makers to approve workflows on the go Supports spectrum of mobile application types Mobile web Mobile Hybrid Native XPages IBM Worklight + numerous tools and services from IBM business partners  17 XPages – dedicated mobile controls and support for responsive design
    • XPages Mobile Case Studies     18 Hendricks Regional Health – Using XPages to improve staff scheduling & communication, mobile access to field protocols for EMTs, an insulin drip calculator and more – Click → Link to case study Imaging Business Machines, LLC. – Using XPages to modernize existing business applications – Click → Link to case study VCC – XPages mobile controls provide mobile access to VCC's Endeavor project management solution – Click → Link to case study SMC – XPages plus Teamstudio Unplugged allows emplotyees to perform energy assessments offline with their mobile devices – Attend session CUST104 – Wed 11:15 Pelican 1&2
    • XPages Mobile   19 XPages 9.0.1 supports Dojo 1.8.3 – Opportunity to harness Dojo 1.8.3 enhanced mobile features XPages 9.0.1 Mobile – Improve mobile “look and feel” – Introduce new JavaScript mobile APIs – Deliver a robust mobile experience – Provide more efficient debugging capabilities – Establish an extensible mobile base platform that can be enhanced via OpenNTF and/or Upgrade Packs
    • XPages 9.0.1 Mobile Enhancements Cont'd   20 New Device Bean – Used to identify the most common mobile and tablet devices – deviceBean.isMobile() / deviceBean.isTablet() / deviceBean.isAndroid() etc Enhancements & Fixes – Photo/File Upload using Partial Refresh (for Mobile and Web) – Mobile Debug User Agent switch to mimic iOS or Android user agents – MoveTo SimpleAction back button restoring previously loaded mobile view – Mobile view and control resizing and layout enhanced on transition / orientation changes – Custom mobile Theme inheritance now supported – Custom mobile CSS stylesheet ordering corrected to allow custom precedence
    • XPages 9.0.1 Mobile Enhancements Cont'd   21 Mobile Application & Control Events – Single Page Application onOrientationChange / onResize Events – Application Page onBefore/After Transition In/Out Events Mobile Themes – Default Mobile Theme and Mobile Theme Overrides for iOS and Android – New OneUI IDX plugin containing IDX v1.3 (not fully supported in all controls) – New mobile theme available oneui_idx_v1.3 Theme – OneUI IDX theme used by TeamRoom and Discussion templates
    • Post 9.0.1 Mobile Enhancements    22 XPages mobile has new features available on OpenNTF – Available in XPages ExtLib project (>= December 12, 2013) – Requires Domino and Domino Designer 9.0.1 Single Page Application Wizard Infinite Scrolling
    • Single Page Application Wizard  Wizard produces a fully-functional well-structured mobile app: –  Implements Single Page Application design pattern (aka Single Page Interface) –  No expertise required in mobile design, XPages mechanics or XSP markup specifics! Optimal startup-time, fast view switching, quick page navigation, request minimization Enforces XPages Mobile best practices: – Uses Custom Controls each Application Page – Uses preferred mobile-friendly XPages controls like Data View, Form Table etc  Supports bleeding edge features like infiniteScroll  Designed with Future Extensibility in mind – 23 More data sources may be supported in future (for enterprise and social data)
    • XPages Mobile Touch Scrolling  Touch based “infinite” scrolling  Lazy loads the next set of rows using Partial Refresh  Computable infiniteScroll property on the <xe:dataView/> control  Intuitive alternative to “More” button feature 24
    • Domino REST Services   25 New in 9.0.1 (and on OpenNTF) – Calendar service ● Access a user's calendar over HTTP ● Create, read, update, and delete calendar entries. ● Simple actions on entries and notices (accept, decline, counter, delegate, etc.) – Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection across all services – Read a user's password expiration date (and other statistics) New on OpenNTF only – Freebusy service ● Find free time for a person or resource ● Find a free room for a given time slot – Mail service enhancements including quota and delegation REST Domino & External apps
    • XPages – Your On-ramp to Social Business Applications    26 Integrate social capabilities from IBM Connections, IBM SmartCloud for Social Busness, Facebook... into XPages applications XPages social enabler & Social Business Toolkit SDK – Simplifies access to Connections & SmartCloud for Social Business – Isolates complexity related to authentication mechanisms – Provides easy to use objects with many code examples User stories – Share documents with vendor using Files application in the cloud – Discover subject matter experts using Connections Profiles
    • Getting Started With Social Business Toolkit SDK   What you need: – Notes/Domino 9.0 or 8.5.3(plus ExtLib) ● http://www.tinyurl.com/IBMDominoDesigner – IBM Social SDK ● http://ibmsbt.openntf.org/ What you should have: – Access to IBM Connections, e.g. ● a greenhouse account on https://greenhouse.lotus.com ● an IBM Collaboration QuickStart Image (free 60 day trial) – Access to other Social platforms ● Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox ● … you name it ! – Trouble Ticket app from OpenNTF ● 27 http://openntf.org/main.nsf/project.xsp?r=project/Trouble%20Tickets%20Notes-to-XPages %20Example
    • Futures 28
    • Mobile Web Application Trends   29 Today – Dedicated mobile controls – Look & Feel that emulate a native experience Tomorrow – Responsive web design – True Build once, run anywhere
    • Mobile First   30 Responsive web design – Realizing build once, run anywhere – Increase the number of XPages controls with responsive renderings Provide richer experience – Support additional mobile gestures – Additional events to provide finer grained control for developers – Improve ability to utilize device specific services – Progressive enhancement - optionally configure controls for desktop web or mobile experience (date/time picker vs. spinner)
    • XPages Mobile Futures Responsive By Nature   31 For Mobile Web Apps, the industry favors a Mobile First approach that is heavily based on “Responsive Web Design” principles XPages – XPages applications are essentially Mobile Web Apps – XPages should provide a highly responsive control and feature set – XPages responsive controls and feature set should use progressive enhancement where possible to provide a richer user experience - Touch Gestures (eg: Touch/Lazy scrolling, …) – Responsive Themes will be key to enabling a highly responsive experience ● IBM OneUI Next (“Beyond C4”) / IBM OneUI IDX ● Bootstrap for XPages (http://bootstrap4xpages.openntf.org/) – Boosted by Server-side Responsive (RESS) capabilities for maximizing leanness and processing
    • IBM Domino Applications In The Cloud What's Coming  An expressway for bringing Domino Applications to the cloud − New or existing customer applications − ISV solutions  Leveraging the IBM SoftLayer cloud infrastructure − Automated, Highly Available − Worldwide data center footprint − Pay per use and scale as needed  Work with ISSC and IBM Business Partners to customize and manage 32 Based on
    • IBM Domino Applications In The Cloud A Little Bit Deeper    33 Streamline process for standing up Domino in the cloud – Provision instances of Domino on SoftLayer – Identify common patterns and configure servers ● Hybrid architectures ● Add servers to domains Build applications for on premises or cloud – Same programming model and APIs – Run with hybrid environments – Customers with only Domino applications Complement with services – ISSC Managed Business Solutions for hosting applications – Partner services for hosting and modernization – ISVs bundling solutions with platform IBM Domino Applications
    • QDiligence – Online D & O Questionnaire Solution    34 Challenge: Automate the completion of Corporate Board Directors and Officers annual questionnaires – Corporations today perform their D&O process manually or semi-automatically with MS Word/PDF – Questionnaire prep takes weeks, zero visibility to completion status, analysis requires manual review of each questionnaire Solution Description: – IBM Domino XPages application accessed via mobile devices or desktop browsers – XPages architected to quickly provide fully customized solutions to multiple companies from a single application Benefits: "IBM SoftLayer allowed QDiligence to – Very fast migration of D&O Questionnaire process online quickly stand up an optimized cloud based infrastructure for our Domino – Up to 80% time/cost reduction in Year 2 based corporate directors and officers questionnaires solution." – Increase in Board of Directors satisfaction - Russell Maher Principal, QDiligence
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