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Lotus Remote Residency Wiki: Best Practices for Building Web Applications for Domino 8.5 LO-8002-R01
10/24/2008 10:56:12 AM by Chris Toohey
It's finally public!
A new remote residency for the Domino Web Development Best Practices RedWiki just opened and is now accepting nominations. I've submitted my nomination for review and suggest those of you who have delved deep into all-things 8.5 do the same. This residency is our opportunity to really get the product off of the right foot as those of us familiar with the new features and capabilities in Domino 8.5 can show-off and really evangelize, as well as give real-world usage scenarios - since we live and use this technology in the real-world!
A quicklist of topics to be covered in the Best Practices for Building Web Applications for Domino 8.5 Remote Residency include (via ITSO):
Topics to be covered include:
- Creating new Web applications
- Updating existing Web applications
- Extending rich client applications for Web browser use
- Navigation techniques
- Refining the look and feel
- Code execution
- Common tips and techniques
So, for those of you interested, get your nominations in - the deadline for submission is October 31st, and the residency runs from November 10th to December 19th, 2008! Consider it a ramp-up for Lotusphere ;-)