XPage Java Roots

I’m currently writing a new series of blog posts on using Java in XPages. It is designed as a beginners guide to java and where you can integrate it with XPages.

Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 1
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 2
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 3
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 4
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 5
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 6
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 7
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 8
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 9
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 10
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 11
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 12
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 13
Getting To The Java Roots Of XPages – Part 14

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One comment on “XPage Java Roots
  1. Don Mottolo says:

    Declan: This is a fantastic series of lessons! I just went through them all last night and this morning, like reading a page-turner. Not only are these well-written, with extremely clear examples, but they build so logically from one to the next. The explanations of design decisions about why you’re coding an example in a certain way are really enlightening. But most of all, the choice of using an example of creating a class to look up data from the Domino Directory is something any Domino developer can see the usefulness, instantly (blowing right past “hello world”).

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