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Eclipse 3.2.2
With all the IBM software built on Eclipse 3.2.2 for now (Notes 8.5 will be based on Eclipse 3.4) it's good to keep the Eclipse 3.2.2 download page at hand.
30-Jan-2008
11:06:00
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Caveat when converting an Eclipse Java project to a plug-in project
Based on some advise I got in the "Meet the Developers" lab at Lotusphere I converted a Java project to a plug-in project in Eclipse today. This will make it easier to manage my dependencies instead of manually having to export the model classes as a jar ...
29-Jan-2008
14:47:00
83
Bind Eclipse debugger to Notes 8 Standard client
Very nice post by Bob Balfe on how to debug Java components (plug-ins etc.) in a production Notes client and not just when developing. Very nice. Combined with proper logging practices (I will post more on using the LoggingService this week I hope) you ...
28-Jan-2008
09:27:00
84
Sorting strings the right way in Java
Core Java Technologies Tech Tips: Sorting Strings
28-Jan-2008
09:11:00
85
Lotusphere 2008: AD204 - finally got to ask!
I went to session AD204 (Customizing the Look of IBM Lotus Notes 8: Coding Tips and UI Guidelines) by Mary Beth Raven and Matthew Hatem to hear about the just published user guidelines for Notes applications. The session was good, although a little short ...
22-Jan-2008
22:15:00
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Lotusphere 2008: I see many more people asleep in couches!
Compared to yesterday the number of people sleeping in couches has increased. Definitely! For me this can be the result of too much drinking last night, simply being tired from too much walking or lots of new content to take in. I choose to believe ...
22-Jan-2008
22:10:00
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Lotusphere 2008: Jam-packed day for me
Due to technical issues at our booth I didn't get to go to any sessions yesterday. Today however I managed to get someone else from my company (thanks Martin!) to fill in for me so I can go to sessions. I have the entire day lined up and started out ...
22-Jan-2008
17:45:00
88
Lotusphere 2008: The Confluence announcement from the other part
The Atlassian Blog: Confluence connects with Lotus Connections
22-Jan-2008
13:04:00
89
Lotusphere 2008: Expeditor and Notes dependencies
I went to the "Meet the Developers" lab to discuss some Expeditor issues I have been having and got a few questions answered. For one it turns out that Expeditor 6.1 isn't supported on Windows 2003 due to "strange errors". This means that the 6 hours I ...
21-Jan-2008
23:32:00
90
Sametime Awareness Simulator - part 2
Well I discussed the SAS with Nathan last night at the Welcome Reception and it seems like it struck a nerve and it's something that's usable for a lot of the guys in the showcase. I cleared everything out last night so I will probably be sharing the ...
21-Jan-2008
13:40:00
91
SWT @ Notes 8: Notes 8 design guidelines
This is the first post of what I plan to make a returning series of posts on using the SWT widget library in Notes 8 that is writing plug-ins, sidebar applications etc. I will als include posts on Java issues you need to consider. It's always good to do ...
19-Jan-2008
04:54:00
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New Sametime 8.0 Toolkit
The Sametime 8 SDK ships with a new toolkit called the Helper toolkit. The following is from the Sametime 8 SDK overview (Sametime_SDK_Overvi...
07-Dec-2007
21:38:00
93
Procedural vs. OO in Notes/Domino Java
In a comment to my "Is the lack of Java adoption *still* the Achilles' heel of IBM?" post, Charles Ross has an interesting comment (emphasis *not* mine). "I tend to learn by stealing and modifying/refactorin...
06-Dec-2007
21:13:46
94
Eclipse 3.2 SWT Examples
Eclipse 3.2 SWT Examples
20-Nov-2007
10:22:02
95
Is the lack of Java adoption *still* the Achilles' heel of IBM?
In March of 2006 I wrote a lengthy post (see below for links) on how I considered the lack of Java adoption by Notes/Domino developers the Achilles' heel of IBM. The post was picked up by Ed Brill and made quite a stir in the blogosphere. Sitting ...
18-Nov-2007
21:14:21
96
Eclipse Version Qualifiers
When developing plug-ins and features in Eclipse you need to change the version number to force Notes 8 to redownload and install the feature/plug-in. To make this easier you can use version qualifiers - this will make your life much easier. For more ...
02-Nov-2007
10:52:31
97
Sick of java.awt type ahead suggestions in Eclipse?
Then you need this little handy tip. There are many classes with identical or similar names in the java.awt and the SWT widget libraries. Having to distinguish between the package names in the type ahead dropdown is a pain and lead to wrongful imports so ...
01-Nov-2007
22:17:00
98
Discovering Notes 8: Showing dialogboxes from SWT in Notes 8
One of the big changes in Notes 8 is the move to a Java threading model which means that showing a messagebox is not something you can *just* do. This has implications for you if you're developing (or thinking of developing) UI components in Java for ...
30-Oct-2007
08:45:38
99
Exporting DXL for databases with Java web services
Today I needed to export a database application containing a web service written in Java as DXL. How stupid of me to think that I could do this with only Notes.jar on my build path... Doing such an export will make your code throw ...
21-Sep-2007
17:56:00
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Effective API Design presentation by Joshua Bloch
Although from JavaPolis 2005 this is still a very nice presentation by one of the gurus in the field of API design, Joshua Bloch. The presentation runs about 70 minutes but is well worth it. Summary: "A well-written API can be a great asset to the ...
20-Sep-2007
22:44:00

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