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Written By : Richard SchwartzCategory : AJAX With IBM Lotus Domino
Location : Nashua, NH

Jack Ratcliff asked "Anybody using Ajax in Domino yet?", which inspired me to search through my aggregator database and to do a few googles to unearth everything that's ever been written about AJAX and Domino.

OK... maybe it isn't necessarily everything, but it is everything I know of. I even picked up a couple of articles by Chris Toohey, even though he doesn't have an RSS feed for me to subscribe to so I don't get over to his blog very often. (Thank you, Google!) I also link to a couple of DeveloperWorks articles about iNotes Web Access that have been out there for quite a while. Feel free to inform me of anything that I have missed.

I've put the links on a separate Lotus Domino and AJAX page, which I will try to keep current as time and awareness allow.

One more thing. In addition to my own upcoming article in Lotus Advisor, I want to point out two more upcoming things: The New Jersey Lotus Notes User Group will be covering AJAX at their meeting this month, and Lance Spellman is planning a presentation on AJAX for the user group in Dallas soon, too.

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1. Jack Ratcliff08/06/2005 01:03:32 AM

Have you seen Google AJAXSLT? It's XSLT and XPATH done purely in JavaScript. This gives the Mac Safari browser the ability to do client-side XSLT via JavaScript. I think I'll add this to my Domino Web Tools project so that my xml/xslt views/outlines will work in the Safari browser as well. Really cool stuff!

2. Lance Spellman08/09/2005 11:46:28 PM

Thanks for the mention Richard. The presentation is for the Houston User group tomorrow (8/10).

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