A first look at how you will be able to retrieve Domino data in a myriad of formats, but in this case in JSON. This is a simple demo of an HTML page that retrieves Notes data including rich text and uses it on the page. In this case, it retrieves JSON, but can also retrieve CSV data, HTML, EPUB, MHT and EML from a view, document or field, all using the high fidelity rendering and advanced data mining features of the AppsFidelity Render engine.
You can try AppsFidelity for yourself by requesting an evaluation license (oops, corrected). Anybody with an active evaluation when AppsFidelity 4 is released will get a new eval license for AppsFidelity Render and will also get a special discount if they choose to buy it. AppsFidelity Render is part of AppsFidelity, and is licensed along with it for the same price.
Best viewed in HD. Closed captions will be provided shortly., though the majority of the impact is visual.
The lines I added to my NOTES.INI to make this demo work are below. There are a couple of additional parameters to restrict exactly what can be done with a db, but the URL will only work with a db that is enabled by name, replica id or template.
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