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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

I've had them add an article to the Domino Designer wiki where you can list articles you would like to see added to the wiki (or, better yet, look for ideas for things you can write yourself). There's a link to this from the Designer wiki home page. Edit this document to add your own requests.

A reminder: all are welcome to contribute wiki articles or correct information in current articles. You don't have to go through someone at IBM -- just do it. You do have to sign in, but having a valid logon is the only requirement.

Please feel free to add ideas to this list or "claim" articles you plan to write in the immediate future. Please don't claim things you mean to write about someday but don't have time to do right now.


Andre Guirard | 14 July 2009 12:25:15 PM ET | Maple Grove, MN, USA | Comments (3)


1) Patrick Kwinten | 7/14/2009 4:40:44 PM

I do not see many posts about Themes and how tweaky they can be for applications...

2) Article suggestion
Keith Smillie | 7/15/2009 5:16:35 AM

Hi Andre,

How about:

"DDE for Eclipse developers" which would explain what DDE adds to the Eclipse IDE. eg Searching, Comparing etc

"Writing Eclipse plug-ins for DDE" which would explain how to write plug-ins/tools which integrate with DDE. eg Structure of a Domino project, accessing and modifying design elements etc.

Regards, Keith

3) Your suggestions for articles about Designer
Andre Guirard | 7/15/2009 1:39:08 PM

I see people have added comments to this post giving additional article ideas, so I guess I didn't express myself clearly. We want you to edit the wiki document and add your ideas there.

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