Thanks to all who attended, and welcome to all who were unable to attend but are curious. I have attached the presentation and source files below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at and I'll be happy to help.
The first session, Turbocharge the Domino Engine - Don't Disturb the UI, starts with a light discussion of software-vendor relationships and then moves into different types of C API extensions and how they can be used without extensive programming of C API knowledge.
The second session, Data Mining in the Mountains of Rich Text, is a combination of some interesting discussion of data analysis for Notes data in general , as well as some talk about rich text elements and why and how to access them for data analysis.
Also, if anybody would like to try out our products, feel free to fill out an evaluation request for CoexLinks Fidelity (email fidelity), AppsFidelity (web editing and application fidelity), the Midas LSX (export to HTML/MIME and more) or the Midas C++ API and we'll get an eval license to you right away. If you have any questions about the products, check out our website at GeniiSoft.com.
Session 1: Turbocharge the Domino Engine - Don't Disturb the UI
Montag, 11. April 2016 @ 14.00-15.30
Presentation slides in their final version:
The source code and makefile for DisplayLinks (DSAPI) sample
do_dsplnks32.bat dsplnks.cpp dsplnks32.def dsplnks32.mak
The source code and make file for Daleks (extension mgr) sample
daleks.c daleks.h daleks32.def daleks32.mak do_daleks32.bat
Session 2: Data Mining in the Mountains of Rich Text
Dienstag, 12. April 20160 @ 11.00-12.30
Presentation slides in their final version
For those who asked to see how email rendering is fixed by CoexLinks Fidelity: