Monday, 28 September 2015

Upcoming XPages Webinars

Over the coming period there are again some very interesting XPages Webinars scheduled, Move your XPages Applications to the Fast Lane with Howard Greenberg and Ask the XPages Experts with Mike McGarel, Jesse Gallagher, David Leedy and Nathan Freeman. Do not miss them and register for these webinars brought by Teamstudio and T.L.C.C.

Move your XPages Applications to the Fast Lane
Howard Greenberg
October 15th - 10:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Eastern U.S. time
Are your XPages applications performing like a Florida senior citizen driving in the left lane at 55 mph? A key to speeding up your XPages applications is knowledge of the JSF lifecycle, partial refresh and part execution. In this webinar Howard Greenberg will cover these concepts and then apply them to optimizing an XPages application. Learn how to dramatically increase your XPages performance and make your users happy - you might even get a speeding ticket after this webinar!
Link: Webinar Move your XPages to the Fast Lane

Ask the XPages Experts
Mike McGarel, Jesse Gallagher, David Leedy and Nathan Freeman
November 17th - 10:30 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Eastern U.S. time
Building on Properties by Mike McGarel - The custom property can be a simple yet powerful tool for both your UI and data needs. Properties can contain a variety of objects, from strings to Java beans. This presentation will demo practical examples of custom properties in two design elements, the custom control and the XPage.
Controller Classes by Jesse Gallagher - “Controller” classes are a useful way to separate your XPage presentation logic from the back-end code. Learn how to implement these classes in a basic XPages application and hear how they can be a good stepping stone on your path to better applications.
Time to First Byte by David Leedy - Learn how to use the dojo Standby widget to target partial refreshes and even improve the users "Time to First Byte"!
Give it a REST by Nathan Freeman - Nathan will talk about how to extend Domino Access Services to build more usable REST models for your own data, using the OpenNTF Domino API REST service as a guide.
Link: Webinar Ask the XPages Experts

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