Article archive for 1998 – Page 4

Tuesday, September 1, 1998

Using dynamic HTML and JavaScript in Domino

We’ve long grown used to web pages that are sequential — one object following another. But users familiar with highly dynamic user interfaces in standalone programs want to see the same functionality online. The keys to creating dynamically updated, interactive web-based user interfaces are two key technologies: Dynamic HTML and JavaScript. Kevin Hoffman takes us behind the scenes of a project he built using both these technologies. This article is detailed, in-depth, and incredibly valuable to anyone building high-profile web sites.

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Tuesday, September 1, 1998

Will the real groupware please stand up?

What exactly is groupware and where did it come from? In this article, senior technical editor Ron Herardian helps us understand the history of groupware. He shows us groupware’s four distinct phases of evolution, looks at how Lotus has creating appealing solutions for each of those phases, and helps you understand the major opportunities groupware holds into the future.

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Tuesday, September 1, 1998

DominoPower to you!

We’ve been trying to find a way to describe our first month of DominoPower Magazine and the phrase that keeps coming to mind is holy cow! We may actually have become the leading Notes and Domino publication (in terms of readership) in that very short time. There’s been an absolutely amazing response. It’s clear that DominoPower struck a chord among Notes and Domino users worldwide. Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz shares what he’s learned about DominoPower and you in our first thirty days.

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Tuesday, September 1, 1998

Getting started with Domino email migration

There are a lot of legacy email systems still deployed. Some are LAN-based. Some are completely proprietary. But few of the old email systems are particularly well suited to our highly-connected and high-standardized world of Internet messaging. In this first article of a series, Craig Borysowich explores a number of the important planning activities necessary prior to moving a base of legacy email users to a modern email server like Domino. If you don’t want to get left behind, you’ll need to read this article.

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Tuesday, September 1, 1998

psiSearch Online Job Center

Each month, we award the coveted DominoPower Site of the Month status to one exceptionally deserving site. This month, we’ve found an attractively designed, nicely functional site for job-searchers. This site shows off Domino’s database search capabilities when it lets you find the job that’s ideal for you.

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Tuesday, September 1, 1998

Running a commercial Domino web site

Is it time to go public with your web site? Do you want to open up the floodgates to millions of netizens? Is it time to turn your web site into a profit center? If so, you’ll need to read James Cimino’s helpful article. In this article, James helps you get started setting up a commercial web site. In this article, he helps you understand the important stages of planning, positioning, and preparation. Don’t go public without it.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Why we built DominoPower the way we did

"Why isn’t DominoPower built in Domino?" We’re asked that constantly. The short answer is that we’re editors and publishers using the same, pre-existing journal production system we use for PalmPower and other journals that are currently in production. This technology that we’ve built our business upon makes it possible for us to launch DominoPower. We love Domino and think it’s awesome, so we wanted to do a publication in support of it. In this article, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz takes you inside DominoPower so you can learn more about why we built DominoPower the way we did.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Email spam vs. the First Amendment

There is a battle brewing. Internet advocates have organized forces to defeat spam (junk email) and eliminate the foes that clog the servers, jam the mailboxes, and increase the expense of computer use around the world. Yet spamming continues. This article, part of our Fight Back Against Spam series, helps you understand Federal and State anti-spam legislation. Think of it as an anti-spam score card.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Introduction to Internet security standards

Notes has always had a powerful security model, while the Internet has always been pretty open about everything. But as the net grows into a global community, security becomes critically important. Over the next few months, we’ll be running a variety of tutorials about different aspects of Notes and Domino security. In this article, contributing editor Ron Herardian provides an excellent overview of the three key elements of Internet security: encryption, authentication, and access control.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Synchronizing to Notes with Pylon Conduit

PalmPilot connectivity has moved into the corporate world with a vengeance. At first glance, the PalmPilot device and Lotus Notes seem as different as night and day. But the PalmPilot’s HotSync and Notes replication almost seem designed for each other. A small aftermarket has popped up, developing products to exploit interoperability between Notes and the PalmPilot. Lotus has it’s own EasySync product. In this article Richard Echeandia looks at another solution: The Pylon Conduit.

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