25 Jan 2008
Updated 30 Jan 2008
In this three-part podcast series on composite applications, you hear about the application development benefits and capabilities of IBM® Lotus® Notes® and Domino® 8, about how to integrate your Eclipse™-based or IBM Lotus Expeditor-based applications with Lotus Notes and Domino 8 applications, and about how to create composite applications in Lotus Notes and Domino 8.
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In this podcast
- Podcast 1: Business value from IBM Lotus Notes application development and composite applications
- Podcast 2: Composite applications for today's Eclipse and Lotus Expeditor developers
- Podcast 3: Composite applications for today's IBM Lotus Notes and Domino developers
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About the podcasts
Podcast 1: Business value from IBM Lotus Notes application development and composite applications
Listen as Lotus marketing manager Amy Ewing and Lotus Notes/Domino product manager Mark Jourdain discuss Lotus Notes application development capabilities, including composite applications (or business mashups). Discover the business value of the new capabilities and some examples of how they are being used, so you can tell your boss. Learn how you can leverage your current skills and which new skills you want to learn to take advantage of the new capabilities -- whether you are currently coming from a Lotus Notes, Eclipse, or Lotus Expeditor application development perspective.
Podcast 2: Composite applications for today's Eclipse and Lotus Expeditor developers
This podcast is targeted at Eclipse application developers who can benefit from integrating Eclipse-based or Lotus Expeditor-based applications with existing Lotus Notes and Domino applications. Listen as Mark Jourdain and software architect Bob Balfe discuss how much Notes and Domino knowledge is needed for this integration. Also hear them discuss use cases as well as the basic steps involved in building and deploying a composite application in Lotus Notes 8.
Podcast 3: Composite applications for today's IBM Lotus Notes and Domino developers
This podcast is targeted at Lotus Notes application developers who want more information about how they can leverage their current skills and which new skills they should consider acquiring. Mark Jourdain and software engineer Andre Guirard describe the variety of ways that Lotus Notes developers can create new applications and integrate with existing Notes applications. They also identify good candidates for composite applications and some technical considerations in building and deploying a composite application in Lotus Notes 8.
Podcast 1: 11 Minutes
Podcast 2: 14 Minutes
Podcast 3: 16 Minutes
Get the podcast
|Lotus Notes application development||notes8Appdev.mp3||10 MB||HTTP|
|Transcript of podcast 1||notes8Appdev.pdf||30 KB||HTTP|
|Eclipse and Lotus Expeditor composite apps||expCompapps.mp3||13 MB||HTTP|
|Transcript of podcast 2||expCompapps.pdf||35 KB||HTTP|
|Lotus Notes and Domino composite apps||notes8Compapps.mp3||15.4 MB||HTTP|
|Transcript of podcast 3||notes8Compapps.pdf||39 KB||HTTP|
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