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Our Top 4 Blog Posts about Teamstudio Unplugged

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

September 2, 2015

We’ve gathered our most read blog posts to date about the Teamstudio Unplugged mobile application platform here. Unplugged is a mobilization platform used by businesses to provide their users with business applications accessible from their mobile devices and tablets, even when offline. Our most popular blog posts about Unplugged present and summarize video tutorials for the tool, track the evolution of the Unplugged server, and list release enhancements that you can now use to see how the platform has grown over the years. Take a look below to see content others have found to be useful for learning about this platform.

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Tags: Unplugged

Meet Teamstudio’s Technical Team

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 28, 2015

If you’ve ever contacted us for technical help or to learn more about our IBM Notes or mobilization services, you’ve worked with one of the members of our technical team. Here’s an up close look at the professionals who help you with project management, development, administration, and modernization.

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Teamstudio Build Manager 8.0 Offers Tighter Integration between Build, Test, and Deployment

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 27, 2015

Teamstudio Build Manager automates the repetitive, tedious, and manual steps required to take a source application template from development through deployment into production, ensuring your build process is predictable, secure, and efficient.

Build Manager allows you to script common build and deployment actions such as:

  • Setting design element and database properties
  • Compiling and signing elements
  • Setting agent properties and enablement
  • Deploying templates to target servers and refreshing application design
  • Securely managing multiple IDs required by the build process
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Tags: NotesTools, New Release

Recap of the MWLUG 2015 Event for IBM Collaboration Solutions Users

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 26, 2015

IBM Collaboration Solutions users met in Atlanta last week for the three-day MWLUG conference from Aug. 19 - 21, 2015. If you weren’t able to attend or would like to review the high points, here’s a summary of the event.

The event kicked off on Wednesday morning with a tour of the Coca-Cola Museum.

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Tags: Events, IBM Notes and Domino

5 Reasons to Consider an Offline Mobile Solution for Your Business

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 21, 2015 

We're all walking around with a fantastic wealth of computing power in our pockets. That is until we lose our connection, or get only "one bar.” Then, for many key business needs, the powerful devices we've come to rely upon may start to resemble expensive paperweights.

One reliable way to achieve uninterrupted access to enterprise applications is with an offline mobile solution. Offline mobile applications continue to work when a signal is weak or unavailable.

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Tags: Mobile

Prioritizing IBM Notes Application Requirements

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 19, 2015

There’s almost always an excessive number of request items for any given IBM Notes application release or budget. A prioritization exercise is required to narrow the list of application requirements down to a workable set.

For new projects or applications, a business need is very important. Having the latest technological gizmo isn’t very important next to having a robust CRM application. It gets trickier when there are competing projects, each equally important to the long-term success of the business. This is especially complex when each project requires all, or a good portion of, the available budget or resources to complete.

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Tags: IBM Notes and Domino

App Developers: Here’s How to Learn Skills or Hire Experts for Your Project

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 14, 2015

The ongoing shift to mobile devices and tablets as primary tools for the workforce means businesses have to provide users with the updated tools and apps they need to get their work done. Notes and Domino applications are no exception. Because of this, app developers have a choice to make: either learn the programming skills they’ll need to complete their project, or hire external help.

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Tags: Mobile

IBM Notes Requirements Stage: Defining the Team and Deadlines

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 12, 2015

Defining how IBM Notes app requirements are gathered, aligned with the needs of the business, prioritized, and authorized is critical to the overall success of the IT organization and the applications they support. This blog post tackles how to review requirements with a team and define deadlines so you can move on to other aspects of this application lifecycle stage and eventually the design stage.

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Tags: IBM Notes and Domino

XControls v1.5: XPages Controls with Latest Version of Bootcards

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 11, 2015
 
This week we have released version 1.5 of the XControls project that allows you to quickly create XPages applications that will work on desktop, phone, and tablet devices with a tailored interface for each.
 
New features with this release include the use of the latest version of Bootcards, the open source project that controls how our applications look and feel. We've also added new features such as the ability to open a document in edit mode directly from a view. You can also add slightly longer page titles and have them display on all devices, including phones, without getting truncated.
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Storing and Tracking IBM Notes Requirements

BY Teamstudio  /  0 RESPONSES

August 7, 2015

One component of the traditional IBM Notes application lifecycle is requirements. Requirements play a large part in determining and planning tasks that are necessary to create or update an application. As a result, requirements are outlined at an early stage of the application lifecycle. This blog post addresses how to get started with requirements gathering by storing and tracking requirements.

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Tags: IBM Notes and Domino