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Lotus Notes & Domino Essential Reference

by Tim Bankes

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You're responsible for designing and programming a new database in Notes for an important client that will keep track and itemize myriad inventory and shipping data. The client has made it clear to you that they want a user-friendly interface, but they don't want to sacrifice speed or functionality either. You're experienced, but feel that you need to take your talents to the next level. You need something to facilitate your creative and technical abilities, something to perfect your programming skills. Here's Lotus Notes and Domino Essential Reference. It's compact, simply designed. It's loaded with information. Small typeface. All of the objects, classes, functions, and methods. It shows the object hierarchy and the overlaying relationship between each one. They organized the book the way the language is designed. Notice a specific entry to check the details: NotesUIWorkspace. A short definition and syntax. Example code. Concise, but with efficient coding tips for saving bandwidth.

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