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Modernizing your Data

Thu 26 Oct 2017, 09:33 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
This is the first is a series of planned videos on AppsFidelity, and how it is used to modernize your data.
 
What do I mean by 'modernize'? Well, I've found it hard to describe what needs to be done to data so that as it is properly usable in an application on the web or mobile. I've used the word 'render' when I am just talking about rich text. I've used the words 'wrap' or 'extract' or 'migrate' to describe simple data being wrapped into CSV or JSON.
 
But then I realized, the term 'modernize' as used with apps is just as applicable to data. It's the same data, but served up in ways that work with 'modernized' apps, whether that is XPages or in a iOS/Android app or SQL Server or whatever.
 
AppsFidelity does more than render to HTML. It wraps and encapsulates and more, all on the fly. It does as much or little as you need. It can be used with LDC Via or Aveedo or Darwino or virtually any other product, simply by intercepting the calls to open documents, so no changes are needed to those products.
 
Your legacy and current data modernized to work with whatever feels modern to you. Even if that's just a classic Domino web app.
 
This video shows how AppsFidelity can be turned on with an XPages app to surface your data beautifully without programming. 
 
 
 
Planned videos will show AppsFidelity rendering both simple and rich data to:
 
  • JSON (including use with other products going to JSON)
  • CSV (on-the-fly rendering for data analytics or app consumption)
  • HTML and MIME (including bidirectional synchornization with Domino)
 

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