Spellman, Lance; Wilbanks, Dwight: BP308 IBM Lotus Domino Web Facelift Using Ajax and DXL, in: Lotusphere 2006, IBM, Orlando 2006.

You've heard the buzz about Ajax. In this session, see how to incorporate state of the art UI widgits in your Lotus Domino pages. By default, Lotus Domino output doesn't maintain the fidelity of an IBM Lotus Notes client presentation. Leveraging Ajax and DXL, enable your design intentions to be imp...

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YEAR: 2006
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LABEL: AJAX | Lotusphere | Lotus Domino 7 | Lotus Notes 7
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Spellman, Lance | Wilbanks, Dwight
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2006
 

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BP308 IBM Lotus Domino Web Facelift Using Ajax and DXL (web link)
Speakers: Lance Spellman, Dwight Wilbanks
SW 5-6 - Monday 1:00pm - 2:00pm

You've heard the buzz about Ajax. In this session, see how to incorporate state of the art UI widgits in your Lotus Domino pages. By default, Lotus Domino output doesn't maintain the fidelity of an IBM Lotus Notes client presentation. Leveraging Ajax and DXL, enable your design intentions to be implemented on the Web. For example, when specifing a date picker for the Lotus Notes client, the Web client should automatically generate a date picker as well. This session will include the following great code examples: Scrolling views and navigation, @PickList implementation, Name picker, Table border fidelity, Dialog List, Field help display, Action bar rendering and anchoring, and more!