Differentiating between Design & Data Any application has a mixture of design & data. Both of these constituents cannot be imagined of without the other.
In the previous post I have already mentioned about the prerequisite for LinkedIn, here we are going to see how to integrate with XPages
Social world is emerging and Facebook is one of the components. It is quite easy to integrate Facebook to any XPages application.
From the last post we have seen how to integrate with Twitter, In this post we are seeing how to get the ReTweeting, follow, tweet to specific account and to specific # Tags functionality.
Social world is emerging and Twitter is one of the famous components. It is quite easy to integrate twitter tweets to the XPages.
Last week, Amazon announced a slew of additions to its Kindle Fire and Kindle product families.
Would it not be great if you could link to Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn from right inside XPages with a simple click of the button? If you think this would help you,
Having understood the power of XPages, you, the IT Manager now need to come up with a plan to efficiently migrate your Notes applications
Would you like to have your own workspace for all your XPages Applications on the Web? A workspace to which you can add any number of bookmarks
We at Maarga strive to give the best of content to the Lotus Community. Our first White paper on Lotus Mobility, titled “9 things you must do to take your Lotus Applications Mobile” garnered wonderful response.