Red Pill Development is pleased to announce it is sponsoring a second day for the ATLUG Day of Champions. The Tack-It-On is being held on Tuesday April 8 and will cover a range of 16 topics for Notes Developers grouped into Modern Notes and Modern Domino. The day is specifically targeted at experienced Notes Client developers looking for ways to modernize their existing Notes client applications as well as taking the next step of modernization using XPages. The Tack-It-On is available free of charge to anyone who has registered for the Day of Champions event.
Monday April 7, 10am-4:30PM @IBM 6303 Barfield Rd Atlanta.
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Tuesday April 8, 10am-4:30PM @IBM 6303 Barfield Rd Atlanta.
If you are attending the ATLUG Day of Champions and would like to extend your learning experience with a second day please nominate via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a limited number of spots for the event.
Modern Notes: In the first half we will introduce a range of best practices and technique that can be applied to existing Notes client applications to provide a modern experience. We will cover all your favorite design elements such as Framesets, Views, Forms, Agents, and LotusScript libraries. We will also explore ways in which the applications can be designed so that they can be extended with new capabilities outside of those provided by the Notes client.
Modern Domino: In the second half we will look at how we can deliver a modern experience for Notes applications by extending them with IBM’s XPages. We will introduce Java and XPages Mobile Controls as well as cover a range of new technologies that are now available such as REST Services and D3 Data Visualization.