Sunday, 19 June 2016

Demo Database Webinar Expanding XPages with Bootstrap Plugins including Node and Bower

On June 16th T.L.C.C. and Teamstudio have given me the opportunity to conduct a webinar, Expanding XPages with Bootstrap Plugins for Ultimate Usability. A big thank you to Paul Della-Nebbia and Howard Greenberg from T.L.C.C. and Courtney Carter from Teamstudio.


Content of the Webinar
Develop highly user friendly responsive web (XPages) applications by making use of Bootstrap and JQuery Plugins as Select2, DateTimePickers, Multiselect, Confirmation, Modals, Popovers and Notifications for ultimate usability based on the latest versions of these plugins, including solutions for the AMD problem.
Furthermore the installing of Bootstrap plugins in XPages Applications will be discussed. A demonstration will be given of the 'classic' way to implement Bootstrap Plugins within XPages Applications but also by using Bower, Node, Git and Source Tree.
Expect more of XPages Applications and go beyond the basics. Comprehensive demos of several plugins are shown during this webinar.

Demo Database
In this blog post the corresponding demo database can be downloaded.  In this demo database you can find numerous examples of Bootstrap Plugins in an XPages application such as Select2, Bootstrap DateTimePicker, MultiSelect, FontAwesome Checkboxes, Notifications, Models, Galleries and Reusable Bootstrap Fields including validation.
In several examples in the demo database you can find a link to the corresponding blog post on XPages and More. In the demo database there are also some examples included concerning the AMD Fix.
Download Webinar Demo Database

Some remarks: The current version of the demo database uses the OpenNTF Bootstrap4XPages plugin. Next month I will publish a new version of the demo database based entirely on the OpenNTF Extension Library with more examples of Bootstrap and jQuery plugins in XPages applications. With this new version also a demonstration video will be published. Furthermore the demo database is set up for demonstration purposes only. Check the Custom Controls or XPages for the code examples.
Below some examples from the Demo Database.

Download Webinar Demo Database

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