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  • March 02, 2004 02 Mar'04

    Developer muses on the Domino of tomorrow

    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 ...

  • February 27, 2004 27 Feb'04

    New and Notesworthy, February 2004

    Here's a look at this month's Domino-related product announcements.

  • February 25, 2004 25 Feb'04

    Creating dynamic categorized views

    Learn how to use XML, JavaScript and the ReadViewEntries URL command to build categorized views that reduce network traffic and server load, and enhance the UI experience for end users. This article includes code examples.

  • February 25, 2004 25 Feb'04

    IBM ISV boasting more than marketing hype

    IBM says its ISV roster has now reached 200. Big deal? You bet, say experts, especially for users.

  • February 24, 2004 24 Feb'04

    The long goodbye to Notes/Domino

    It's transition time for Notes shops, and IBM Lotus is doing all it can to keep the installed base from seeing the glass as half empty.

  • February 18, 2004 18 Feb'04

    Integrating Google's Web API service in Domino applications

    Add Google Web search functionality to your Domino applications with Google's Web API service. This article shows how to implement that search functionality in an application using a simple agent. Download the code samples and get googling!

  • February 09, 2004 09 Feb'04

    Six factors for learning WebSphere quickly and easily

    This is the continuation of Jim Mason's answer to What is the easiest learning path to WebSphere? Ask the Expert question.

  • February 03, 2004 03 Feb'04

    The real deal on Domino's future

    ORLANDO, Fla. -- At Lotusphere, the message was clear -- IBM Lotus is committed to helping its installed base leverage existing Notes/Domino investments as it moves to a Java-based world. But what does this really mean for the Notes/Domino die-hards...

  • February 02, 2004 02 Feb'04

    Workplace a work in progress

    The component-based collaboration suite is starting to attract interest, but some Domino shops aren't sold yet.

  • January 29, 2004 29 Jan'04

    Partial replace design member feedback

    Partial replace design member feedback

  • January 29, 2004 29 Jan'04

    Lotusphere '04: Exhibitors pave a path to Java

    As Domino customers grapple with moving toward a Java world, third-party vendors are pleased to offer products that make the transition go more smoothly.

  • January 28, 2004 28 Jan'04

    iSeries not lost in Lotusphere shuffle

    The marketing hype isn't quite what it once was, but the iSeries is still playing a role in upcoming IBM Lotus releases.

  • January 28, 2004 28 Jan'04

    Lotusphere '04: Developers stay true to Lotus

    Microsoft may be trying to play off Domino developers' uncertainty, but the message appears to be falling on deaf ears.

  • January 26, 2004 26 Jan'04

    Lotusphere '04: Comforting the Domino base

    Some Domino shops are breathing a bit easier after IBM Lotus assured them at Lotusphere that their existing investments are safe.

  • January 24, 2004 24 Jan'04

    Achiever winner: Notes gives intranet personal touch

    Notes/Domino helped create a customizable, collaborative intranet at URS Corp. The project's success earned it one of our Achiever Awards, presented today at Lotusphere.

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