Wednesday, January 23, 2008


First session that my jaw dropped in

The general session had a couple cool announcements like the Atlantic project with SAP, Domino Designer committment for enhancements and the small market Connections product "Bluehouse". The session that really made me go, "Cool", was BP207 From IBM Lotus Notes Client Application to Ajax-Powered Rich Internet Application in Less than 10 Lines of Code! with Speakers: Rich Waters and Jack Ratcliff. I'm not sure what rock I've been under but this Ext.nd Javascript framework is cool. It's Javascript classes for Domino objects. They demoed enhancements you can do to views, outlines, picklists and date pickers. It wasn't long after that when I went to a Rocky Oliver session that talked about the new Dojo support coming in Domino Designer 8.5 and what you can do today with this toolkit. Question now is: With all these frameworks/toolkits, what to use when? Good problem to have.

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Glad you enjoyed the presentation. Our new release will contain all of the cool things we demo'ed and should be ready soon.
Awesome stuff. I'm not sure I wrote down. Do you post the framework on or somewhere else? Thanks
Hmm, Rich and I both missed your question on where to download. Not sure if you ever found out or not. In any case, you can get the code from this forum post in the Ext.nd forum.
Awesome! Thanks so much for the info and work.
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