In development there is a major advantage to being able to manage design elements separately. Tasks are easier to allocate & understand. The impact of one element is limited as it applies to the rest if the application.
Yeah, there are great advantages to XPages serving multiple functions. It ...
Without a quick link from a Form or View to open a reoevant XPage, I am constabtly jumping back & forth between form & XPage, looking up one, navigating around, looking up the other, back & forth.
I want a link from a form or view to its XPage, ...
It's too easy to mistake a SSJS event & a CSJS event.
Be great to have different background colors for SS & CS dialogs.
Great to enable the editor to report a CSJS warning when a SSJS object is named, and vice versa.
Maybe restructure the event ...
Thanks to XPages, Java development takes a bigger role in Notes dev. However, while an agent, web service and XPage app can all be written in Java, the compilation paths for them are different. An Java agent can use a Java script library but not a Java code or package ...
The existing partial refresh option should be extended with selection of multiple elements. So, and event can trigger the update a list of elements in order of selection.
From code reusability point of view it would be great to have the ability to call LS subs and functions from SSJS code.
They are far more inferior than the standard controls in quality, documentation, ease of use etc. Some controls like the dialog are very useful, some look functionlly duplicated e.g. Dynamic content & Switch and SOME HARDLY WORKS, e.g. Form table, Form layout row & column. They are barely accectable when ...
The style section is relatively less used but takes much space in the properties panel, especially inconvenient on small screens like my laptop. If you want to edit the more useful section e.g. Resources, All properties, you have to scroll down. Collapse the style section by default, please.
The <xe:djxmROundedRectList control does not support any events limiting the opportunity to customize what happens when the item has been selected. An onclick event seems the most obvious one to support first.
There are some items in Notes that are really nice to have. One is the outline. It would be great if I could get an expandable outline on-Web without going through the dojo hassle of building it. That dojo control is a bear.
We have forms. They work. It'd be ...
I am working on an XPages project where the database I am releasing code to is on a very slow network (to me at least), so I want to be able to close the database when I am not using it. The current options are to either close Domino Designer ...
While developing XPages or Web application in designer, we cannot test applications for authenticated users. We need a server footprint for testing those applications.
Local HTTP preview process has to be modified to support some kind of authentication (it may even be a text file for test users).
Include a Cognos Report viewer control into the Extension Library.
The Dynamic View Panel is a quick and easy addition to pull in a lot of view designs at once, integrating all the views in one custom control. It's great -- but it'd be much more effective if I could pull in more features from the view:
-> Pull ...
I've been working on some date & time columns and dojo field controls in XPages, trying to get backward compatibility with some earlier documents. It's tough.
1. Could there be a way to specify saving only the time portion of the field? I know the time zone ambiguity in ...
I would like an easier way to include newer versions of Dojo in my xPages applications. I would like to be able to choose on the application level which version of Dojo to use, similar to how we can choose a theme.
The development cycle for Dojo is faster ...
While testing an application I found out that you cannot have a read only field be required. While it seems logical that if it is read only there is no need to have it required, I could say the same thing if field isn't visible, but if you have the field ...
During the process of testing an application at times you have the need to ignore the code you have for field set as a computed value. Well, if you just comment out that code it seems to return a false value.
What I think would be nice is for ...