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This section of the wiki contains a collection of best practices for building and updating Lotus® Domino® Web applications. The topics vary widely and range from key recommendations for updating existing Web applications and best practices for refining the look and feel of Domino applications for the Web, to common tips and techniques.
This information assumes that you have some basic Web development skills.
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There may be prerequisites that are important to read or perform before using a topic. This is noted in a Prerequisites section.
Code samples are shown in this format.
The following technologies are commonly referenced:
PHP - PHP is GNU/GPL and is maintained by the Opensource community.
ASP - Microsoft® ASP is a copyright of Microsoft corporation.
Java - Java™ is a copyright of Sun Microsystems.
IBM copyrighted products may be referenced by using the following terms:
- Domino for IBM Lotus Domino
- Domino Designer or simply Designer for IBM Lotus Domino Designer
- Notes client or just Notes for IBM Lotus Notes client
Throughout this information, we reference a fictitious company, called Riverbend Coffee and Tea Company
, that we use to illustrate various points.