30 May 2008
This podcast introduces IBM Lotus Symphony programmability to developers of Eclipse, IBM Lotus Expeditor, and IBM Lotus Notes 8.x.
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In addition to serving as a suite for office document editing, Lotus Symphony can be extended and customized for specialized document editing and processing requirements. Based on a common infrastructure, Eclipse, it can be used as a component in Lotus Notes and Lotus Expeditor solutions. This talk introduces Lotus Symphony programmability to developers of Eclipse, Lotus Expeditor, and Lotus Notes 8.x. It includes a general introduction of vision, architecture, development/deployment environment, process and sample applications. Get the big picture of an integrated document editing solution with Lotus Symphony including the roadmap for implementation.
- Eric Otchet, Lotus Symphony Product Manager
- Xiao Wei Hu, Lotus Symphony Software Engineering Manager
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