A Flexible View Control for XPages Part 7 – Modals & Picklists  

By Michael G. Smith | 4/7/20 3:40 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

While I intended to get to this blog post eventually, the urgency of doing so was increased due to the following post on StackOverflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61061571/xpages-flexible-view-control The OP also reached out to me directly looking for an answer so why not crank out a blog post with the answer? By combining the Flexible View Control with a Bootstrap modal, you can easily mimic the Lotus Notes Picklist functionality. Getting the control working in a Bootstrap modal requires only a few simple steps, illustrated in this working demo.

How to Get Typeahead in a Standard Notes Text Field  

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 3/25/20 9:30 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Andi Kress

I was challenged by my boss to come up with a solution to a problem that one of our customers wanted solved. Could I create typeahead in a standard Notes text field? This is how I did it.

Getting started with DQL  

By Mark Leusink | 3/22/20 3:54 PM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Do you remember? A little over 2 weeks ago was Engage. How quickly everything can change… When you were at Engage you might have seen the session I did with Oliver Busse on DQL. The slides and demo code can be found here and here. We touched how to get started with DQL briefly, and based on the questions we received I think it’s a good idea to write a couple of articles on the topic. This is the first.

PSYCHED about DQL Next  

By John D. Curtis | 3/20/20 5:32 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

DQL Next is under design. What we have provided in Domino 10 and 11 is basically a find engine using all available means within Domino of searching document contents. We’re not done there to be sure. But what follows is a vast set of capability never bundled as we are going to bundle it. I’m excited about it, because it will make Domino developers very powerful and efficient.

Building public APIs using Node.js/Express and domino-db? Think about rate-limiting!  

By Heiko Voigt | 3/13/20 9:35 AM | Development - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

Quick tip today - if you are building public (REST-)APIs using JavaScript/Node.js/Express you sooner or later have to think about rate-limiting access to your APIs to avoid DoS Attacks. Facing this challenge as well, i came across two nice express middleware components to help me out.