The HCL Domino server continues on his way to become one of the best NOSQL databases in the market. To the features we already known (Replication, compatibility with older versions, several security levels, …), in latest versions HCL added the DQL language to retrieve data in a flexible and efficient way. On the OpenNTF webinar, John Curtis announced next changes that they are working on and will most likely come in the new version of Domino.

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With version 1.0.4 released in April, in my opinion, HCL Domino AppDevPack contains a minimum set of functionalities to be considered as an option to take into account when facing a new web development based on Domino or modernizing an application beyond the HCL Notes client.

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New kid on the block in the catalogue of HCL Digital Solutions. The arrival of HCL Domino Volt bring us the possibility of creating application based on configuration and visual design and less code-oriented. Called “low code”, this kind of development comes closer to “functional” construction in counterpoint to “technical” construction. Obviously, there is less control over the final result of the application to be developed, although the speed of development is greatly accelerated.

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The vision of accessing a Domino application has been closely related to a PC; whether with the Notes client or through a browser, the possibilities of accessing the applications from a mobile device were limited or laborious.

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The variety of sessions available in the Engage, together with the fact that there are several tracks in parallel, mean that, in the best of cases, you attend 20% of the total content available. Sometimes it is difficult to choose which one to attend (and which to not going to). Sometimes you lean towards the content, other times because of the speaker, … It is quite common that two (or more )interesting ones overlap or maybe you have a meeting with a BP and you cannot attend that session that you would like … From this blog, only I can congratulate the event organizer and speakers on the overall quality.

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The first entry on my blog could not be other than the recap of the most important Domino event on Eurpe, the “Engage” (former BLUG, Belux Lotus User Group) that I attended together with my partner in Data101, Dominique Perarnaud.

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