Karsten Lehmann 3 December 2010 11:30:46Yesterday, one of our session submissions got approved for Lotusphere 2011:
Leveraging the new Java APIs in IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.1/8.5.2
The session demonstrates how IBM Lotus Notes and Domino Designer on Eclipse (DDE) clients can be enhanced by using the Java programming interfaces of IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.1 and above. Leverage new features such as new Java UI classes to build solutions that interact with and enrich existing Lotus Notes client applications – without actually changing the application's design. We'll show you how to develop usable extensions in Java, and introduce ways to reuse existing IBM LotusScript code! DDE can also easily be enhanced with Eclipse plug-ins that do exciting things such as add custom design functionality. You'll learn through many code examples, and take away best practices for developers new to Java.
This is a rerun of our successful session at Lotusphere 2010 with updated content and examples for Lotus Notes 8.5.2.
We're excited to be part of the Lotusphere speakers once again and are looking forward to seeing many new faces in our session!
Update: You can now find the session on the Lotusphere website. The track ID is the same as last year: BP203
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