My slides of my Cloudant introduction session at Meet IT

Last Wednesday Meet IT conference was held at IBM Client Center in Milan. I did a session about Cloudant and how you can use it inside an XPages application. My session was in the Auditorium, a big room like a theater with good chairs, very good audio and screens. Was nice to it such big Read More

My slides of my Cloudant session at Sutol 2016

Today I did a session at Sutol conference in Prague. It was about how to get started with Cloudant as an XPages developer. A (XPages) developers guide to Cloudant from Frank van der Linden In my session I mentioned my Cloudant OSGi plugin, which can be find at https://bitbucket.org/flinden68/cloudant-connector/ by

Cloudant connector plugin update: manage Design documents

Yesterday I was helping out Patrick Kwinten with some he had with my Cloudant Connector plugin on Slack. He asked also about the possibility to add or modify Design Documents, I found there foundation was already there.   Design Documents Design documents can be seen as the schema in your Cloudant database, which specify what is in the Read More

And the winner is…… HR Assistant

Last Friday during the closing session of Icon UK in London Inhi Suh announced, with a little help of Alan Hamilton, the results of the ICS Developer competition 2016. To my big surprise our submission, HR Assistant was selected as winner. Frédéric, my partner in crime in this competition was also very surprised a few timezones to Read More

Update on my Cloudant connector for XPages

A few weeks ago I released a small OSGi plugin project which connect to Cloudant. More details, see my previous blog. I have changed the plugin completly 😉 One of the reasons is to make it easier in the future to add new functionality. There are so much nice feature to be added. What is new Read More

Cloudant-connector for XPages

At Engage I was triggered by a great session of Niklas Heidloff of all the goodies on BlueMix. He was mentioning Cloudant, which is used for Node-Red, and simularities with the Notes Database. Like documents, views and even replication. Not that weird as you start looking closer, Cloudant is the cloud version of CouchDb. Which Read More