This post submitted by Senior Consultant for 4CTechnologies, Sharon Haver
We all know that Traveler does a great job with Mail, Calendar and Contacts. But what about those utility apps that make our lives just a little bit easier? How do you get your journal and To Do’s to your iPhone? How do you lookup a co-worker’s contact information? What if you want to work with encrypted mail messages from your iPhone? Hold on for the ride….. ’cause here we go!!
Continue reading Lotus Traveler Tips for iPhone Users
Contributed by 4CTechnologies Principal Consultant Ryan Crum
Working at home can be a great arrangement. I’ve been telecommuting for the better part of the last 8 years, and I can honestly say that I get more work done in a work at home day than I do in a “go to the office day” (this is in large part due to the fact that it eliminates nearly 4 hours of commuting each day). However, working from home isn’t for everyone and it can take a little time to get into a productive groove. Here a few tips for getting the most out of your work from home days…
Continue reading On the Home Front: How to Successfully Telecommute
When I reflect on how I got into XPages, I really find myself focusing again and again on the differences. It’s one thing to say that XPages ‘feels’ fluid, or that there’s a rapidity to the design, but what does that mean for the designer, or the programmer? Beginning in XPages allows a Domino professional to skip a few steps that they wouldn’t have been able to before, and utilize new methodologies to bring new possibilities to their users.
Continue reading Thinking XPages, or, How to Unmarry Yourself from the Domino Form
4CTechnologies & XPages
My name is Aaron Brake, and I am a Notes development professional of 6 years. I am excited to be the author of a recurring column on the 4CTechnologies blog based around my experiences with XPages, with the goal of sharing my knowledge and our company’s capabilities with other prospective XPage developers.
What I’ll try to do here is reveal some of the tricks I’ve learned to understand and utilize XPages from a background of traditional Notes development. I’ll also point out several web resources and training methods that led me to the techniques and code samples that I use. As I continue, I hope that I will both highlight the benefits of using XPage development, as well as break down the barrier of understanding that clouds the development community.
Continue reading An Introduction to XPages for Lotus Notes Developers