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Dev01. IBM Domino App.Next - New Possibilities

Wednesday, March 23 | 13:30 - 14:30 | A. Foyer

IBM Domino has long provided companies with a rich application development platform for lines-of-business applications. Today, companies require flexibility to deploy on-premises or in the cloud, extensible web development frameworks and rich APIs. Come learn how Bluemix, Domino Next and Domino Designer Next provide new possibilities for the Domino developer community. Come hear what's new, what's coming, proof points and see exciting demos.

Pete Janzen (IBM) @pjanzen20

Martin Donnelly (IBM) @TweeterDonnelly

Dev02. Expanding XPages with Bootstrap Plugins for ultimate usability

Thursday, March 24 | 11:30 - 12:30 | A. Foyer

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. Expect more of XPages Applications and go beyond the basics and create applications that nobody ever thought possible using XPages. Comprehensive demos of several plugins are shown within an XPages application.

Johnny Oldenburger (Kranendonk Smart Robotics) @JOldenburger

Eme05. Live on the Edge of Innovation with IBM Bluemix

Thursday, March 24 | 08:00 - 08:45 | B. Neptune

In this session you will learn about IBM Bluemix, IBM's cloud application platform. I'll introduce some of the Bluemix services, especially services that can be used to build collaborative applications with the typical skills of Domino developers and line of business users who appreciate rapid application development.
Developers should always be looking to improve their technical skills. If you don’t, you, your apps, and your company will be left behind while the rest of the world moves forward. Luckily cloud platforms like IBM Bluemix give developers the means to get started using modern technologies without doing all the hard work to set everything up.
You will see demonstrations how to build collaborative applications with server side JavaScript, NoSQL databases, REST APIs, JavaScript frontends and access control lists, everything with functionality provided in Bluemix: Node.js, Cloudant and MongoDB, Swagger, AngularJS and LoopBack. Additionally I'll explain how to extend these applications with cognitive functionality provided by IBM Watson.

Niklas Heidloff (IBM) @nheidloff

Eme06. XPages on IBM Bluemix: the Do's & Don'ts

Wednesday, March 23 | 11:45 - 12:30 | A. Foyer

Since IBM XPages are available on IBM Bluemix there have been plenty of tutorials, webinars and blog post about how to get started. This session is a show and tell of things all of the above didn't tell you. The session will cover the following topics:
- Unsolved caveats and restrictions
- Design and data separation: best practices
- Experiments: holding data in the XSP Runtime
- Using the DDE-Plugin - and the CloudFoundry command line as an alternative
- Understanding the "mysterious" MANIFEST.YML file
- Plugins and extensions? No problem!

Oliver Busse (We4IT GmbH) @zeromancer1972

Str03. OpenNTF - From Donation to Contribution

Thursday, March 24 | 08:00 - 08:45 | A. Foyer

OpenNTF hosts over 850 Projects, from small snippets up to frameworks like the Extension Library, the OpenNTF Domino API and POI4XPages. Most of the projects are released as donations to the community and could act as a good starting point. But since the release of OpenNTF Essentials, everything has changed. The community has jumped from the passenger into the driver's seat. Projects like the OpenNTF Domino API live from the contribution of community. And for over a year, the community has been actively contributing to the Extension Library.

Christian Güdemann (WebGate Consulting AG / OpenNTF) @guedeWebGate