My published articles

The View online articles (http://www.eview.com)

Develop Widgets for IBM Lotus Mashups and Notes 8

Widget and Live Text in Notes 8

Transform a Custom Google Search Portlet into a Live-Text Enabled Notes 8 widget

 

The Sphere online articles (http://www.spherejournal.com)

Get Fancy with Portlet Factory Graphs: No Dashboard Builders Required

Setting up cross-cell EJB calls in Websphere Application Server

Using WCM Smart as a reporting tool for Syndication problems


The View printed articles (http://www.eview.com)

Build and integrate a Google search portlet into Notes 8 composite applications and WebSphere Portal

Quickly and securely integrate Domino servers and data with IBM Workplace Services Express (WSE)

VIEWpoints

Rapidly disseminate Domino data on WSE pages with the IBM RSS Portlet

Integrate data captured via XFDL forms into your Notes applications

Beyond OLE -- Using COM to Bring More MS Office Functionality Into Your Notes Applications

Big Blue meets the penguin: Notes/Domino 8 on Linux

Manage Notes Design Elements with LotusScript -- Learn How with This Design-Logging Tool

Develop effective Notes 6, 7, and 8 consumers for .NET Web services

Case Study -- Building a Shopping Application with LotusScript

 

The Sphere printed articles (http://www.spherejournal.com)

Build custom portlets quickly using IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory (The Sphere Journal, Volume 3, Issue 2)

Streamline the creation and deployment of custom portlets with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory (WPF), which enables you to produce Java applications without writing a single line of code. See how WPF allows you to easily and quickly develop custom portlets by configuring parameter-driven builders that generate code for you. This article shows how to get up and running quickly with WPF by introducing some of the most useful builders and providing detailed instructions on building a sample http://www.eview.com.

 

DominoPower (http://www.dominopower.com/)

 Getting the most out of your Domino.Doc installation
Domino.Doc is getting more and more popular with Domino users. In this article, Thomas Køcks offers some valuable tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your Domino.Doc installation. He'll also help you customize your Domino.Doc installation to non-standard products.

Integrating Domino.Doc with other applications
Domino.Doc is built on Notes and Domino technology, but more and more companies tend to use a mixture of applications from different vendors as the user interface. Since this is the trend, there is a growing interest in getting different technologies to work together. This is where COM (Component Object Model), OLE (Object Linking & Embedding), UNO (Universal Networked Objects), and ODMA (Open Document Management API) will help you.

Comments