Friday, 26 June 2015
Building Apps with the IBM XPages for Bluemix runtime
IBM Bluemix provides an IBM XPages Web Starter starter application as a template so that you can add your code and push the changes back to the Bluemix environment. The IBM XPages for Bluemix runtime environment is the container for this type of application.
You must have version 901v00_13 or later of the XPages Extension Library or newer to use the integrated Bluemix tools for Domino Designer.
IBM Bluemix Document: Building apps with the IBM XPages for Bluemix runtime
See also : Getting started with IBM XPages NoSQL Database for Bluemix
IBM® XPages NoSQL Database for Bluemix™ is a service that adds a fully provisioned Domino® database to your XPages application. Use the IBM Bluemix dashboard or the Cloud Foundry command line tool to create an application and bind an XPages NoSQL Database to it.
The XPages Extension Library has support for Bootstrap, an open source, responsive UI framework. Build responsive applications that look great across a range of devices. Use the power of jQuery, glyphicons, Bootstrap themes and more.
IBM Bluemix Document: Getting started with IBM XPages NoSQL Database for Bluemix
See also : Creating apps with the IBM XPages Web Starter
IBM® Bluemix™ provides an XPages Web Starter application that gets you up and running with an XPages application in the cloud. You can then add your own code and push the changes back to the Bluemix environment.
The IBM XPages Web Starter application is a boilerplate that you can use to develop XPages applications in Bluemix. The starter application combines the IBM XPages for Bluemix runtime environment and the IBM XPages NoSQL Database for Bluemix service to create a functional to-do application that works immediately after you create it. You can create, modify, and delete to-do tasks. The tasks are then saved to the back-end database.
IBM Bluemix Document: Creating apps with the IBM XPages Web Starter
Geplaatst door Johnny Oldenburger op Friday, June 26, 2015