Bye Eclipse, hello IntelliJ Ultimate 

By Frank van der Linden | 2/4/17 5:41 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

In January I started on a new role, Full Stack developer at Rabobank. One of the developers in my team is a big fan of IntelliJ from JetBrains, so I gave it a try over the past weeks. I must say I don’t miss Eclipse at all. Currently I am running it on macOS, but also in a VDI of the customer, which runs Windows.

IBM Presents the Notes Domino Application Modernization Plan 

By John Oldenburger | 2/1/17 5:06 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

On March 7th a very interesting webinar will be organized by T.L.C.C and Team Studio, IBM Presents the Notes/Domino Application Modernization Plan, by Barry Rosen (IBM) and Adam Kesner (IBM).

Websocket overview/tutorial video 

By Csaba Kiss | 1/30/17 5:09 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

I promised an overview video of the websocket enabled XPage application that we created during the websocket tutorial series. Here is a 30-minute detailed explanation how the application works. I hope you enjoy it!

Git Flow, Maven, ODA and Domino FP8 

By Paul Withers | 1/27/17 5:05 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

The last few weeks quite a large amount of my work has been outside the NSF, so using more standard development tools in a more standard environment. There have been some challenges but also some refreshing experiences.

Shrinking the 0.44 MB large IBM Domino favicon.ico to something useful 

By Jesper Kiær | 1/26/17 3:31 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Normally favicons are very tiny graphic files, just a few KB in size. But to my surprise I saw that the IBM Domino favicon was a whopping 449,4 KB in size . and took over 0.7 seconds to load

Project Spotlight: HR Assistant 

By OpenNTF | 1/23/17 3:35 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Last year OpenNTF jointly hosted an ICS development contest with IBM with a difference: there had to be a team involved. The winners were Frank van der Linden and Frederic Dehedin. The application covered a variety of technologies, including Bluemix, Cloudant, and Watson. It also used the Jackson JSON Mapper Frank also submitted to OpenNTF and which has been covered on this blog before.