Nov 21st – DCLUG – Managing large data sets in an XPages application

Next week I have the privilege of speaking at DCLUG again. This time discussing EXTJS and how to manage large data sets in an XPages application.

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November 21st


11:00-11:30 Networking/Lunch

11:30-12:30 Presentation

12:30-13:00 Networking/Close


Moving notes client views to the web has always been a challenge. Out of the box XPages provides us the viewPanels and Dojo Data Grids which do a decent job of getting the data to a user, but it not an optimal user experience. Clicking next 25 paging through 3000 documents is not ideal.

With large data set management built in and user customizable features like REST service integration, categorization, sorting, searching, column totals, filtering, charting and many more, EXTJS grids give us the ability to put the power of instant data management into a web user’s hands.

Mark will demonstrate and provide examples of how the EXTJS library can be used to effectively meet a requirement to modernize large notes client views (1000s of documents at the same time).


Lunch will be provided for attendees by IBM

Agenda Posted for DCLUG

The agenda has been posted for the next DCLUG (see below). To kick off the year I will be presenting my jQuery session from this years IBM Connect conference.

Please take this opportunity if you are in the area and able to, attend and contribute to the IBM Domino community in the DC area and find out how “we” can help ourselves.


Agenda (20 Mar 2013)

Networking (lunch provided by IBM)
Who are we? Why are we here? What can we contribute?
Planned Meeting schedule
Need for meeting rooms
Need for speakers

12:15pm – 1:00pm

Mark Roden:  jQuery – the world’s most popular JavaScript library comes to XPages
Questions/Answers Networking



IEG Briefing Center

600 14th Street, NW , Washington, DC


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