Web Development for Lotus Notes Domino
- February 15, 2006
Tibco's latest version of its General Interface Ajax and rich Internet application studio software will be available for a free license for public deployments, keeping in step with the hot, but inexpensive Ajax market.
- December 09, 2005
Ajax is a powerful rich Internet application technology, but Burton Group cautions against overkill and notes that tools and frameworks for using it are nascent.
- November 29, 2005
- August 19, 2005
AJAX is a combination of programming tools and Web technologies that allows content on Web pages to update immediately, unlike an HTTP request.
- July 28, 2005
IBM has ruffled quite a few feathers with its recent decision to stop support for the free development tool.
- June 30, 2005
In this month's roundup of Notes/Domino news, developers gain two education options and quality management software. Administrators, on the other hand, get a way to monitor replicating Notes databases and a double-the-money-back guarantee on an ...
- March 02, 2004
Like many developers in the Lotus community, I have been a bit confused about the direction IBM is taking the Notes platform. For a while it looked like we would all have to become WebSphere developers. But after attending Lotusphere 2004, it is ...