Yes, you read that right! You can now go to Apple App Store and download IBM Domino Mobile Apps, to start running your Notes applications on your iPad. Without any need for any development! And you can run them offline!
That’s what my, and I guess most of your customers’ end users say as well. They only care about the apps and solutions they have to work with. What’s under the hood is of no interest to them. So allow me to present two Domino based solutions that does just that.
But it’s true! A brand new video promoting Domino is right now making the rounds on the Internet.
Yesterday IBM held a presentation about the continuous road map for Notes. Highlights: Cloud customers, you are no longer forgotten and you will get all the good stuff! Oh, and: Bye, bye Eclipse. Bye, bye Xpages. Bye, bye iNotes and hello IBM Verse on Premise. Bye, bye Verse app on Mobile and hello lightweight web-version…
Or when was the last time the Domino server talked to you? Never, you say? With Domino 10 and the new APIs, this is possible! See an awesome how Luis Guirigay not only does Domino administration with his voice, but also how he can book holiday time and meetings as well.
A lot of worries were calmed, especially for Cloud customers and Xpages developers, during the Domino V11 Jam in Stockholm. And there were great ideas and discussions. Read all about the event here.
Did you think all the news around Domino V10 were over? Oh no. Now IBM offers you free courses to learn all the cool new stuff that’s in Domino V10. Register here! First out: Domino Query Language
On Monday January 21st IBM is hosting a jam in Stockholm where IBM Domino customers and IBM business partners are invited to give their feedback on what V11 of Notes/Domino should contain. Tell me what YOU want me to say and ask for!
If you are looking for arguments about why you should stay on, or maybe even move to, Domino? Look no further than here!
The first update of the new Notes and Domino V10 is out, both for the server and the client. In addition you can now get Panagenda’s MarcelClient Essentials as part of your license. I’m giving you the links, as well as tips on how to get started with using Node.js with Domino!