Building Applications for the Web using IBM Lotus Domino Designer 8

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Schedule:
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2 days
Location type:
Open

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Course Description:

This course extends participants' Domino application development skills by teaching them how to use the Domino tools to design and develop dynamic Web applications. Participants learn how to efficiently use Domino fields and page lay out design elements in the Web pages. They learn how to use JavaScript in their Domino application. Participants do not need to know how to program in this language to acquire an understanding of how and where to apply the programming capabilities to the best advantage. Finally, this course covers security topics specific to the Domino Web environment.

Course Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to:

- Explore how to build Lotus …

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Description

Course Description:

This course extends participants' Domino application development skills by teaching them how to use the Domino tools to design and develop dynamic Web applications. Participants learn how to efficiently use Domino fields and page lay out design elements in the Web pages. They learn how to use JavaScript in their Domino application. Participants do not need to know how to program in this language to acquire an understanding of how and where to apply the programming capabilities to the best advantage. Finally, this course covers security topics specific to the Domino Web environment.

Course Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to:

- Explore how to build Lotus Domino forms for the Web
- Enhance the appearance of Web pages
- Manipulate data using JavaScript™ in a Lotus Domino form
- Customize Web site functionality
- Secure a Domino Web application

Who Should Attend

The target audience for this course is Lotus Domino application developers who need to build Web-enabled Lotus Domino applications using Domino Designer 7.

This course includes the following modules:

Course Content

  • Exploring Lotus Domino Forms Rendered to a Browser
  • Creating Links
  • Customizing Input Tags for Lotus Domino Fields
  • Working with Lotus Domino Fields for the Web
  • Securing a Domino Web Application
  • Using Cascading Style Sheets
  • Enhancing Views for the Web
  • Controlling View Display
  • Working with Target Frames
  • Exploring JavaScript in Lotus Domino
  • Validating and Translate Input Data Using JavaScript
  • Reusing Code
  • Using Agents to Customize Web Site Functionality
  • Personalizing the User Experience
  • Using Java in Your Web Site
  • Examining Lotus Domino Web Site Access
  • Controlling Access to Domino Web Applications

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