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  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007. 

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each... 

  • Wireless Integration Development Learning Guide

    Having difficulty locating wireless development resources with a Domino slant? This learning guide provides a great starting point with an organized list of articles, tutorials, toolkits, demos, downloads, reference reading and much more. No matter w... 

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners. 

  • Web site documents wireless threats, vulnerabilities

    Network Chemistry has launched the industry's first public database to aggregate and communicate wireless vulnerabilities and exploits. The site alerts network administrators and IT managers of potential threats, before any damage is done. 

  • Settlement rejection could squish BlackBerry

    A judge rejected a settlement offer in NTP Inc.'s patent infringement case against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. The decision, and a possible injunction, could force RIM to shut down service in the U.S. 

  • Berry, berry bizarre -- BlackBerry sues Cranberry

    A Cape Cod software company that named a program after the local cranberries is being sued for alleged trademark infringement by RIM, the maker of the BlackBerry. RIM, which is separately embroiled in a legal fight for its life, claims in a lawsuit t... 

  • BlackBerry maker denied appeal

    BlackBerry email device-maker Research In Motion lost an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court that sought to put a long-running patent lawsuit on hold. The suit and an infringement case were brought against Canada-based RIM by patent-holding co... 

  • Checklist: Mobile/wireless deployment issues

    This is a list of issues related to mobile/wireless deployments. 

  • Competitors to RIM step up but find it hard to topple giant

    Several mobile e-mail access companies have big announcements planned for the days and weeks ahead. So does RIM, which company officials say will soon offer BlackBerry services through 200 carriers. 

  • IBM hoping to capture a PC's soul

    Researchers at IBM are testing SoulPad, a virtual computer user environment that would let users tote a home or office desktop around on an iPod or similar portable device so it could run on any PC. 

  • Symbian OS phones gain Notes client

    CommonTime has announced a Symbian OS version of mNotes, its mobile client for Lotus Notes, allowing staff to access e-mail, calendar, contacts and task information from Symbian-based smart phones. The client has been designed to give a full Notes g... 

  • BlackBerry patent arguments continue

    The dispute between BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. and NTP Inc., which claims that the BlackBerry infringes on some of its patents, has flared up again. The two companies apparently agreed to a settlement in March, but RIM said last week NT... 

  • Another firm entering wireless IM fray

    Atlanta-based Air2Web plans to extend to mobile devices its desktop instant-message application, 2IM, which is compatible with Lotus Notes, Jabber and LCS. The announcement follows word that Research in Motion will add Lotus IM to the BlackBerry by y... 

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  • Approve Lotus Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device

    Use this agent to match your BlackBerry email to the address specified in a Lotus Notes admin document. Then, message recipients can easily approve Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device. 

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino programming and development tips of 2007

    The results are in. Here are the top 10 most-clicked Lotus Notes programming and development tips of 2007. 

  • A bevy of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of March. Here is a list of the current contenders -- an assortment of 13 Notes/Domino development tips from our valued SearchDomino.com members. Take a few minutes to read them over and rate each... 

  • Wireless Integration Development Learning Guide

    Having difficulty locating wireless development resources with a Domino slant? This learning guide provides a great starting point with an organized list of articles, tutorials, toolkits, demos, downloads, reference reading and much more. No matter w... 

  • A smorgasbord of Notes/Domino development tips

    Our SearchDomino.com tip contest runs through the end of December. Here is a list of the current contenders -- a smorgasbord of 20 Notes/Domino development tips from our members. Read them, rate them. Your votes determine the winners. 

  • A batch file to back up all active-state BlackBerry databases

    Learn how to create a LotusScript agent that will make a DOS batch file to automatically back up all your active state BlackBerry databases to a specified folder. 

  • Web site documents wireless threats, vulnerabilities

    Network Chemistry has launched the industry's first public database to aggregate and communicate wireless vulnerabilities and exploits. The site alerts network administrators and IT managers of potential threats, before any damage is done. 

  • Settlement rejection could squish BlackBerry

    A judge rejected a settlement offer in NTP Inc.'s patent infringement case against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. The decision, and a possible injunction, could force RIM to shut down service in the U.S. 

  • Berry, berry bizarre -- BlackBerry sues Cranberry

    A Cape Cod software company that named a program after the local cranberries is being sued for alleged trademark infringement by RIM, the maker of the BlackBerry. RIM, which is separately embroiled in a legal fight for its life, claims in a lawsuit t... 

  • BlackBerry maker denied appeal

    BlackBerry email device-maker Research In Motion lost an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court that sought to put a long-running patent lawsuit on hold. The suit and an infringement case were brought against Canada-based RIM by patent-holding co... 

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About Mobile and Wireless Development for Lotus Notes Domino

The world is becoming more wireless every day and programmers have been forced to respond by developing applications that will work in many wireless scenarios and with a variety of mobile devices. If you've had difficulty locating mobile and wireless development resources with a Lotus Notes Domino slant, you've finally found the right place. No matter whether you work with LotusScript, Java, XML, Web services, or even PHP, this guide offers hard-to-find resources you need to get started in the world of mobile and wireless development for Lotus Notes Domino.