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Getting started with IntelliJ

Now that the project is ready over in VSTS it is time to start the project in your IDE. The choice of IDE is really a personal preference, I am going to be using IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (the community version

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And So We Find Ourselves Back At The Start Again…

A very long time ago I wrote a fifty something long blog series about learning XPages where I wrote a simple phonebook type application. It was pretty well received and probably helped a few people get on the road to

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Putting It All Together

Replacing Domino as your application environment is not an easy swap of one product for another. There is no one product that can do everything that Domino can do. Some can get close but nothing can give you every part

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Deploying Your Applications

So you have decided what you will write your application in, both backend and frontend, you have decided where you will store the source code and how you will track issues, you have figured out your authentication and authorization solution,

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Managing your source code and issue tracking

If you are part of a team of developers and you are not using source control then you really need to start, if you are a sole developer and you are not using source control then you also really need

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Who Are You?

In the Domino world we had the NAB (Notes Address Book) or Domino Directory as it eventually became known as. The NAB stored everything, from server configurations to policy setups and of course People and Groups. Each individual NSF had

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But what about the data?

In the Domino world we had a nice, easy to use, built in noSQL datastore in the NSF alongside your application, or you could easily code your application to use data from a different NSF if you wanted to separate

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