Tuesday, October 09, 2012

What is comfort zone for Domino developers our days?

Lotus Script is no longer in my 'comfort zone' anymore but Java/JavaScript. That's actually it. We already moved all (well 90%) of backend to Java. Now Lotus Script serves only to provide validation/picklist/msgbox on forms/views for existing 'classic' applications. Now we are slowly moving everything to web and I like that.

We are aiming in few years to let our users to un-install LN and simply use browsers and that would be perfect. That time we should have no even 1 line LS and @Formula.

1 comment:

Vladimir Ivshin said...

I don't think that you should set goals like this - no single line of code.. Wait. XPages are using @formulas very well and it is more convinient in some cases than to write bunch of JS code. isn' it? So, just find a balance and use tools you like.