Tonight I thought it would be a good idea to create a special page at my side with links of all my open source projects. You can find them here or at the bottom of my homepage.
Today I have added our winning application, HR Assistant, as project at OpenNTF. I have added the source code in a zip as the release, but I encourage you to go to the Github repository directly. Included a notice and license file, which is required for every project on OpenNTF. And last but not least, Read More
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
Today I made a few changes to the Cloudant connnector and Jackson4XPages plugin. Jackson4XPages I added a new constructor of the JacksonWrapper, a boolean, to control the date format output in the JSON. By default it is true, so the output format is a Timestamp, but if you need a real date, pass false to Read More
Last week I was thinking about the future of my Jackson JSON wrapper after I added new features, mostly because I needed them for my XPages pet project. Paul Withers was suggesting to contribute it to OpenNTF as project new style. At Engage I spoke with Christian about the steps to be taken, so I Read More
In one of my XPages applications I needed a lot of date manipulation. I came at a point to create a DateUtilts class with, in opinion, very useful Date and Calendar methods. XSnippets I have uploaded on it to XSnippets, so everyone can benefit from it. An example Is today between 2 dates output = true Read More
At IBM Connect John Jardin was pitching the new wiki of OpenNTF. I think it is a very good initiative to collect as much as possible content about XPages and related subjects in one place. Today I have added my first wiki page about themes. I hope it will be helpful. I will call every Read More