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XPages and Restful Web API

Instructor-led XPages Development Training

AppliGate delivers instructor-led XPages courses since 2009 either as public or as private training. Public courses are organized at the meetingspace of Seats2Meet in Maarssen, the Netherlands. Private training can be organized worldwide at the customer place.

Please look at the Courses page for more information about the 4-day XPages course and the scheduled course dates.



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Courselets, additional XPages Learning Material

A courselet is an online mini course consisting of in advance prepared online presentation of maximal 15 minutes completed with an assignment. We develop courselets as additional learning material for our XPages courses. AppliGate's XPages Wiki is another way we support our students with extra learning material.

Please look at the Courselet page for an overview of the current available courselets.



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RESTful Web Applications for the Cloud

AppliGate develops RESTful web service applications for the Google App Engine cloud environment.

The Event Scheduler is our new GAE Cloud based JSON/HTML Restful web service application. The data can be used by other applications, like we do on this web site, server sides as well as client side.

You will find a server side example on our Course page where we display the XPages course schedule, and a client side example on the Courselet page with an overview of the courselets.



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NEW: XPages Google+ community

New international XPages community with a lot of news, education posts, upcoming events, map with links, and The XPages Weekly magazine.
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XPAGES – PASSING MANAGED BEANS AS PARAMETER

I ‘m currently working on an XPages project where I’m using Managed Beans and POJO’s to keep the code structured. In one of my Java classes I had to retrieve Lotus Notes data.  When you define this class as a Managed Bean (MB) you can pass XPages global objects as parameter using Expression Language e.g. … Lees verder


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