Use the new XPages Extension Library to build state-of-the art web and mobile applications more easily - and get them to market faster! * *The first and only complete guide to next-generation Domino development with IBM's powerful new XPages Extensibility Framework. *Begins where Mastering XPages left off: gives a loyal community of IBM Lotus XPages users crucial information on the XPages Extension Library's breakthrough capabilities. *By an all-star team of XPages experts inside and outside IBM. The XPages Extensibility Framework is one of the most powerful new features built into IBM Lotus Notes Domino 8.5.2. Using it, developers can build their own artifacts and move far beyond XPages' out-of-the-box features. XPages extensibility has already spawned the creation of many exciting new user interface components that are freely available to the global Lotus development community. Now, a team of all-star XPages experts from inside and outside IBM show developers how to take full advantage of the XPages Extensibility Framework, Extension Library, Extensibility API, and the growing portfolio of components built with them. The authors walk through installing and configuring the XPages Extension Library, integrating it with Lotus Notes Designer, and using new XPages components to quickly build state-of-the-art web and mobile applications. Combining reference material and practical use cases, it serves as a step-by-step guide for XPages developers at all levels of experience.Listing 14.2 Using the SSJS importPackage Directive importPackage(java.util); var firstMap = new HashMap(); var secondMap = new ... of this functionality, offering a straightforward application programming interface (API) for creating, reading, and modifying these types of files. Apache POI targets the Office Open XML (OOXML) document standard, which, as the name suggests, is based upon XML.
|Title||:||XPages Extension Library|
|Author||:||Paul Hannan, Declan Sciolla-Lynch, Jeremy Hodge, Paul Withers, Tim Tripcony|
|Publisher||:||IBM Press - 2012|