The VIEW have announced the AdminDev2012 conference which will be held in Washington, DC on May 16-18, 2012. I will be attending and am presenting two sessions, one on XPages performance and one on mobile development using XPages and the OpenNTF Mobile Controls.
The list of sessions and speakers is impressive. Will you be attending?
For those of us who have used IBM XPages we know what the platform can do and what it can’t do for that matter. What I would like to hear from you are three bullet points that you would include in a presentation, product slick or other marketing collateral to describe to those outside of the world of IBM, what XPages coupled with the Domino server are and what they can be used to develop.
What are your three bullets?
Try and not refer to the Notes client, email, calendaring etc. Think new developers who are looking for an app dev platform for social, mobile, enterprise.
IBM® Connections is social software for business. It enables you to build a network of colleagues and subject matter experts, and then leverage that network to further your business goals. With its integrated suite of tools, you can share and discuss ideas, work collaboratively on presentations or proposals, plan and track project tasks, and much more. IBM Connections is a web application that is deployed on a company intranet to promote collaboration within the company. The IBM Connections mobile application extends access to company data to employees who are on the go directly from their iPhone and iPad.
What’s New in Version 3.1.1
• Support special characters in credentials
• Support for opening a WordPerfect file in the WordPerfect viewer app
• Fixed an issue with using the Japanese Romaji keyboard
• Fixed an issue with sorting the Files lists
• Fixed an issue with a port number in the server URL being removed
Download IBM Connections V3.1.1 for iOS >
YouAtNotes Software has just released a mobile iOS client app for their popular XPagesWiki.com site. The app works on the iPhone and iPad and gives you access to all the great XPages community wiki articles. Not only does it give you native access to the articles but you also synchronize all of the data with the XPagesWiki.com site and stores it locally on your device. This gives you access to the content anytime you need it.
The app costs $4,99 and is well worth the money. Congratulations to Julian Buss and the YouAtNotes team on creating such a great app. The XPagesWiki.com app was built using Appcelerator.
Download XPagesWiki.com from the App Store >
Today Apple approved the V2.0 of the Philly Bilmos iOS App. Philly Bilmos is a popular eatery in the Vancouver, Washington area. The app is free and has been a big hit with their customers. V2.0 has an updated food menu, updated photo library and more. Can you tell that Mike the owner likes the NY Mets.
Download the Philly Bilmos app.