--v. 3. Mastering Mobile for Notes/Domino. This information-packed collection of articles gives you the expert advice you need to create mobile apps that meet your stakeholders’ expectations and drive your business forward, including techniques and best practices to Prepare your Domino developer brain (and applications) for mobile ; Leverage Repeat Controls to build more functional applications ; Mobilize Domino applications for multiple mobile device platforms ; Create a mobile app with an IBM Notes Domino backend for under one hundred dollars ; Build a mobile app using a variety of solutions, including: Rhodes and RhoConnect - Sencha Touch - PhoneGap - Appcelerator - Titanium - Kryos Velocity - ppXtender - Apple Dashcode - BlackBerry Widgets - Teamstudio Unplugged.
v. 1. The Notes/Domino Administration Guide: This new technical guide offers you more than 200 pages of the best expert advice to: Ease users’ transition from MS Outlook to Notes ; Save time and be more productive with calendaring and scheduling ; Create a health check for your Notes Resource Reservation system ; Connect Notes data to an activity stream with the IBM Social Business Toolkit ; Upgrade to and get the most value out of Sametime 8.5.2 ; Apply ITIL principles for more effective monitoring and reporting ; Use IBM Tivoli Directory ; Integrator to manipulate data from many sources ; Plan and prepare for moving your Domino.
--v. 2. Advancing your XPages Skills: Packed with step-by-step articles and downloadable code, this technical guide features more than 300 pages of XPages tips, tricks, and strategies to help you: Streamline your development with the Domino Designer XPages Extension Library ; Build a configurable and extensible XPages navigation ; Master Custom Controls ; Utilize XPath for filtering, visualizing, and binding XML Data in your XPages applications ; Get started with Managed JavaBeans in XPages ; Get a handle on XPages charting ; And much more.
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