Slides (and thoughts) from MWLUG – XPages & jQuery DataTables

Last week at MWLUG in Austin I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to speak for the first time at a conference.  I was very happy with the turnout for my session as well as the positive feedback from the content.  I even got a thank you at the airport on the way out of town. (thanks, Tom!).

The slides are available here:

During the session there were some very good questions, which made me realize I probably need to clarify some things in my presentation and fill in some gaps.  Over the next few weeks/months I plan on doing that, as well as expanding on some of the topics I covered.

From the conference as a whole, I took away some great information and hope to start utilizing it immediately.  The tone of the conference was clear – CYA by looking at non-Domino options.  I should note here that the concepts I covered in my session apply to any environment where data is being delivered via REST, not just Domino/XPages.

From a personal standpoint, I need to get better at meeting more people at conferences like these.  It isn’t a strength, but needs to become one.  I did have some great conversations and was able to do a little brainstorming with Red Pill about their graph implementation.  I am really, really intrigued by the possibilities that provides.

Finally, thank you to Richard Moy and the team that made MWLUG a great success.  Can’t wait until next year.

 


7 Comments on “Slides (and thoughts) from MWLUG – XPages & jQuery DataTables”

  1. Great presentation, thank you for sharing! I have posted today about building a similar feature in the datatables for a viewPanel control: https://quintessens.wordpress.com/2016/08/24/show-hide-columns-dynamically/

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  2. Don Mottolo says:

    Nice job! Thanks for sharing it. Wish I could’ve made it to your session.

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  3. Gregor Ibic says:

    Is there a demo/sample db to download ?

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  4. […] a primer, refer to my MWLUG session slides, the accompanying demo database, the online demos, or the DataTables website.  This example […]

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