JavaScript for Lotus Notes Domino

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About JavaScript for Lotus Notes Domino

JavaScript is fairly easy for just about anyone to learn because it is a scripting language rather than a compiled, object-oriented language. It uses some of the same ideas found in Java programming, but it lacks some of the portability of Java and the speed of bytecode. Despite those factors, JavaScript is a flexible and helpful language for building and customizing Lotus Notes Domino applications on the Web. These tips and tutorials will help you implement JavaScript code in your Lotus Notes Domino messaging and collaboration environment.