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About Web Development for Lotus Notes Domino

Whether you're coding in HTML, LotusScript, JavaScript, Java, Ajax or something other programming language, Web applications are a ubiquitous element of Lotus Notes Domino development. Creating Lotus Notes and Domino Web forms, customizing headers and views, building Web agents, making dropdown lists and radio buttons, and sharing documents are all common components of Lotus Notes Domino Web development. Find out how to achieve those tasks and many others from these tips and tutorials.