Introduction to Mobile XPages Development

Blog series: Introduction to Mobile XPages Development

Mobile XPages Course from TLCC

This blog series is based on the Mobile XPages Development course available from TLCC.COM in the following versions.

2 responses to “Introduction to Mobile XPages Development”

  1. Don Deal says :

    Hi Paul. Good work on the series. What approach do you recommend for RTF on mobile clients? Domino 9.0.1 renders the rich text editor on an iPad (iOS9). Some of the controls work, but not the Insert Image, which only lets you supply a URL. The more I think about it, inserting text, copy/pasting text/images and uploading screen-shot attachments from Photos is about as much as can be done.

    • Paul Della-Nebbia says :

      It will depend on the requirements for the mobile app. I am not a big fan of the full CKeditor approach. For file uploads and picture and camera access I use the core fileUpload control

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