Extensible Markup Language (XML) is an industry standard text-based language that describes the data used in business applications. Since an XML document includes the data and a description of what the data is all about (the metadata), developers can easily write programs that exchange data between different systems, including platforms such as Web browsers, PDAs, proprietary clients and database systems.
SearchDomino.com's XML Learning Guide contains all the resources you'll need to get a handle on working with this flexible language.Formula Language Learning Guide
The introduction of programming languages into Notes/Domino, starting with LotusScript in R4, led to forecasts of the demise of the Formula language. But the Formula language remains a favored tool because its source code is compact and its performance excels. Lotus Notes/Domino 6 overhauled the Formula language and introduced many new @functions and enhancements.
SearchDomino.com's Formula Language Learning Guide will introduce you to Formula language and explain best practices, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
This was first published in April 2005