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Best Practice Makes Perfect

A collaboration with Domino developers about how to do it and how to get it right in Domino

Version 1.2 of the "LotusScript Gold Collection" is out. This includes a tool to read and manipulate inline images in a Notes document or form, and a nice (well-tested) class for maintaining a linked list of any type of object. The latter is the first of several standard data structure classes I intend to put in there, and I started with it because I needed it for the other thing.

I've been putting lots of cool stuff in this library, and I now welcome Francesco Marzolo as a new "cook" who wants to build on some of my earlier work to create a tool for synchronizing keyed records. The more the merrier, is what I say!

Incidentally, I saw someone had been looking to download a tool I posted in here for letting a user rearrange a list, which seems to have gone missing. I added this, too, to the LS Gold Collection.

Andre Guirard | 21 April 2010 01:10:58 PM ET | Home, Plymouth, MN, USA | Comments (0)


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1) Very nice job!
Gabriel T Amorim | 4/21/2010 6:40:58 PM

As always, well done!

All the scripts and ideas are extremely helpful.

I'm improving the rearrange lists feature with the ability to select and remove items from another list of choices - as in a Names picker Dialog.

Andre, why that Design Elemets picker isn't included in the Gold Collection? I think it worth a gold medal too!

2) Very nice job!
Gabriel T Amorim | 4/21/2010 6:41:29 PM

As always, well done!

All the scripts and ideas are extremely helpful.

I'm improving the rearrange lists feature with the ability to select and remove items from another list of choices - as in a Names picker Dialog.

Andre, why that Design Elemets picker isn't included in the Gold Collection? I think it worth a gold medal too!

3) Ops! Double post!
Gabriel T Amorim | 4/21/2010 6:53:11 PM

Sorry about the double post. My bad.

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Also sorry about my suggestion above. I just came across with the idea that those Design Elements picker is from yours Toolbar Library and it isn't a LotusScript project.

Thanks anyway!

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