|With this episode we wrap our mini-series
on mobile access for your Notes/Domino applications. Carl Tyler (@flyboytyler)
filled in for the traveling Julian Robichaux to interview We4IT's
Simon Peek (@simonspeakeasy)
and Christoph Adler (@cadler80)
about their docLinkr
In this 29 minute show we talked about:
also be sure and "follow" Taking Notes on Twitter at @TakingNotesPod.
- We4IT and what they do
- What docLinkr can do for your Lotus
Notes and Domino apps
- What components are part of the docLinkr
- What sets apart docLinkr from the other
- How much docLinkr costs
- The free 2 user license
- We4IT's 3rd sponsorship of the OpenNTF
- and much more
|Walfred Marzahn from YouAtNotes
spent 20 minutes talking to us about their "Domino
To Go" product. Domino To
Go allows you to create native mobile apps that can access your Notes/Domino
databases. We covered:
sure to check out the Domino
To Go FAQ.
- Who is YouAtNotes and what do they do?
- Which mobile platforms are supported
- How easy it is to create apps with Appcelerator's
Titanium and Domino To Go
- Which development languages you need
- The pricing tiers for Domino To Go Cost?
- Are there any limits to the number of
databases you can access from a single app?
- What about offline access?
- and more...
This show runs 21:33.
|Today we talked to Mark
Roden about using jQuery in
XPages. Topics included:
website is xomino.com
and his Twitter handle is @markyroden.
Other links mentioned in the show were docs.jquery.com,
and Matt White's XPages101
- Why use jQuery instead of (or along
- Any considerations about using jQuery
and Dojo on the same page?
- What are some good jQuery plugins to
- What about jQuery for mobile web apps?
- How about documentation?
This episode runs 37:23.
|Todays show has been sponsored by Instant
Be sure to check out their IMtegrity product for IBM Sametime.
Today we had Paul
Mooney Blog (@pmooneynet)
Technology on the show to
talk about the "Ethical
Hacking Workshop" he
ran in London. We covered:
show runs 41:13.