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Learning XPages Part 28 : Creating a Tabbed Panel

When viewing a persons details in our XPages phonebook we currently just see a simple table of labels and values. In this part we are going to tidy that up a bit, create a nice rounded corner upper section to

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Learning XPages Part 14 : Applying OneUI To The Locations List

In the last part of the series me managed to get the data from a view to appear in our sidebar menu by using a repeat. It didn’t look great so we now need to style it with the OneUI

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Learning XPages Part 13 : Listing The Locations In The Sidebar

So our new custom control is ready and is embedded in the layout, now comes the fun part, making it display some real data from the backend domino database. This list of locations is like the main menu in our

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Learning XPages Part 4 : Breaking Up Is Easy To Do

When developing an XPages application you can, if you want, put everything into a single XPage but this can lead to inconsistencies in the look and feel of your application if it contains multiple XPages, for example in our Phonebook

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Learning XPages Part 2 : The basics of OneUI

Welcome to part 2 in a series of blog entries on how to create a simple phonebook application in Lotus Domino 8.5 using XPages. In this part we are going to look at the basics of OneUI and understand how

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