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: Deanna Drschiwiski268 02 Dec 2010
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 Produce an Advanced XPages course that covers:
 

Deep dive on XPage architecture

  • XPage architecture
  • The XPage event model (from a JSF perspective)
  • Page rendering
  • XPage XML file format

 

Using server-side JavaScript

  • Benefits
  • Starting with the basic coding and @formula use
  • Where it can be used
  • Using Libraries
  • Calling SSJS from Client-Side JS
  • Calling Client-Side JS from SSJS
  • XPage as a agent (use SSJS instead of LS or Java)

 

Interfacing to Java

  • Working with the Java perspective
  • Calling Java methods
  • Working with managed beans

 

Utilizing open source controls

  • Working with openNTF components
  • Contributing custom controls

 

Extending the data sources

  • Programmable data sources (data source is defined based on current data)
  • Consuming Web services
  • Parsing JSON

 

Building Themes

  • Using a CSS framework
  • Creating new themes
 
Performance/coding best practices
  • Optimizing the code
  • Data optimization
  • Network optimization
  • Using the correct tags
  • Debugging tips and tools
 
What do you think? Are there other topics that should be included?



1) Patrick Kwinten22013 (03 Dec 2010)
sorry I can only vote once...
2) Howard Greenberg37 (07 Dec 2010)
TLCC already has an Advanced XPage course that has much of this...

Howard
3) Peter Presnell26659 (10 Dec 2010)
I would say not a course, but an actual book that builds on the one IBM is releasing in January.
4) Deanna Drschiwiski268 (07 Feb 2011)
Hi all,
Thanks for your feedback. We are moving forward with an Advanced XPage course.

The proposed outline has changed somewhat. In addition to the ideas above, we're planning to add a section on Advanced Dojo Controls.
5) Kendra Bowker1566 (07 Feb 2011)
Status changed to In Progress










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Drafts - unsent count?
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New Hide-When property
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"follow-up complete" flag
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Boolean operators on LDAP group based access control
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Store IP Address / remote host data in Password Lockout documents
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Checking Out-Of-Office status of others
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"Window Title" for views
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Print of calendar in color
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