Modernising Domino Applications: Technical Dive 

By Paul Withers | 5/20/19 9:19 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Last week I did a session on modernising Domino and XPages applications. Filling an hour seemed daunting when the session was accepted. So I went to the Oxford English Dictionary definition of modernisation: The process of adapting something to modern needs or habits

My Slides From Engage 2019 - De04. Java With Domino After XPages 

By Jesse Gallagher | 5/20/19 8:36 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Engage 2019 has come and gone, and I had an excellent time. I also quite enjoyed presenting my "group therapy" session on some options that XPages developers have for the future. In a lot of ways, it was similar to my presentation at CollabSphere last year, mixed with the various new developments I've talked about on here since then

Engage 2019 Summary 

By Paul Withers | 5/19/19 7:31 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

Historically Engage has been shortly after a major conference in US, so it’s been an opportunity to catch up on sessions missed there. This year it followed the Factory Tour by a few months. Unfortunately for me, most of the key products sessions conflicted with sessions I was delivering or preparation.

OpenNTF at Engage 

By OpenNTF | 5/3/19 7:02 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Oliver Busse

It‘s probably fitting thatI’m writing a blog post about Engage sat in a coffee shop, on my iPad, using Domino Mobile Apps. The last year has brought the product a long way and one of the most significant new projects has been Theo Heselmans’ Wine App. Admittedly the OpenNTF Blog database is unchanged from the desktop version, but it’s probably only going to be seen by a handful of people, so investment is less beneficial.

Preparing for HCL's Domino: What Managers and Technical Need To Know 

By Paul Withers | 5/3/19 4:46 AM | App Dev - XPages | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

With Engage around the corner and the acquisition of Domino, Connections and more expected to close soon after, followed by build up to Domino V11 it’s a good time to assess readiness for the future. A few facts are clear: The pace of delivery of new features for Domino has increased significantly. That pace shows no sign of slowing after HCL closes the deal. HCL is committed to taking Domino into new markets and opportunities. The strategic direction for application development on the platform is evolving. Customers need to evolve to consider the needs / requirements for their strategies and their technical teams.