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Development Track:

  • Peter Janzen – Lotus Application Development Strategy
  • Richard Moy – Introduction to Dojo for Domino Developers
  • Gayathri Viswanathan – Using XPages to Significantly Improve usability of Applications
  • Gary Devendorf – Integrating Lotus Notes and Domino Applications with Sharepoint
  • Gary Devendorf – The Latest Methods to Integrate Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office
  • Alan Forbes – Lessons Learned Integrating Domino and Other Systems Using VB.NET

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Lotus Application Development Strategy – Peter Janzen

Lotus has been providing a rich set of tools and technologies to developers for years. Come hear our strategy for providing tools and platforms that will enable you to build the next generation of collaborative applications.  You will also get a high level update on the latest innovations for developers as the developer community.

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Introduction to Dojo for Domino Developers – Richard Moy

XPages provides Domino developers a significant new tool in developing Domino applications. XPages utilizes the Dojo Javascript Framework to provide users with an interactive interface. In this session, attendees will learn what is Dojo, how Dojo works.  We will also cover alternative ways your can build Domino applications using Dojo.

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Using XPages to significantly improve usability of applications – Gayathri Viswanathan

This session will focus on utilizing features of XPages to significantly improve usability of applications and how it can be achieved. This would take the attendee through a existing application, walk through the specific aspects of usability that was considered, how XPages was used and how the new version looks and feels.

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Integrating Lotus Notes and Domino applications with SharePoint – Gary Devendorf

Gary will be available in the Lounge for questions.  Lotus Notes/Domino and SharePoint are powerful complimentary platforms that together deliver very compelling solutions when properly integrated. There are many ways to achieve this integration, and thanks to XML, HTTP, Web services, and LotusScript, it’s pretty easy. Step through a demo highlighting techniques for leveraging both platforms. See how to take advantage of your LotusScript skills to create data connections and Web services as well as calling SharePoint APIs. Find out the many instances in the integration process that do not require code. Take home all code used during the session so you can you can build on the information you learn when you’re back in the office. Examine your security options with Single Sign On as well as user management. This session does contain code but still holds plenty of value if you don’t know code.

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The latest methods to integrate Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office technologies  – Gary Devendorf

There are many compelling, although very dated, demos of Microsoft Office integration using COM, OLE, VBA and LotusScript. This session gives you up-to-date information on how to get your Lotus and Microsoft investments to work properly together. Get an understanding of new methods of integration that have arisen over time as these two technologies have grown in their capabilities and adoption of standards. Get tips and tricks to learn how to write a Domino web service that can be used by InfoPath and see the InfoPath wizard use this Web service without code. Learn how to use LotusScript to create a Word document and upload it to SharePoint. See how to use Visual Basic .NET in Word to pull data from Notes. Walk away with all of the code you need for the new methods as well as the classics so you can start using these techniques today.

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Lessons learned integrating Domino and other systems using VB.NET – Alan Forbes

Learn how to publish data that exists in a SQL database to Notes using a Windows Service and VB.NET.   As the data changes in the source SQL database, the Notes documents are “magically” updated in the background.

Don’t teach stakeholders a new system… just give them a Notes database to look into when they need the information!   Leverage what you have…

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