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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

Part of the reason I've been blogging less lately, is that I've been working on articles for the Designer wiki. A couple of new ones are published today: Searching for Documents discusses different search techniques and how to decide which is appropriate in different situations, and How to Write a Controlled-Access Section Editors Formula. These go toward a series of articles that will be referenced by a new FAQ for beginning developers, also to appear in the wiki.

As always, I recognize that some readers of this blog have much more experience than I in developing Notes applications, so any feedback is welcome. Remember, it's a wiki, so if you see a mistake you have the option to just correct it, but comments (here or there) are also fine.

Andre Guirard | 22 July 2010 11:15:47 AM ET | Home, Plymouth, MN, USA | Comments (1)


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1) New Designer Wiki Basics
Mark Maden | 7/23/2010 9:08:33 AM

As someone who has started from scratch with no programming experience, I welcome all attempts at providing a much needed single source reference for getting started and the basics, this area seems to have been be rather neglected over years. References such as Developers Guide Notes 6 are the only real source. Even that still only provides a snippet of what is needed in many instances.

Your article on Best Practices on Reader Fields in the Wiki has just saved me countless hours of hassle, I would never have thought to check the field was actually functioning as a true Reader field rather than a text field after running an agent to set all fields to a user role.

So bring on one resources for beginners and intermediates (as I think I now am).

Many thanks

Mark.

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