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Domiclipse Java goes alpha

News just in: the Domiclipse Java plug-in for Eclipse has just gone into public alpha.

For those that don’t know, Domiclipse Java allows you to develop Java-based design elements for Notes & Domino (i.e. agents and script libraries) within Eclipse, all the while replicating these elements back to the relevant Domino database; a great idea given the deficiencies of the Domino Designer environment.

Oh, whilst you’re at it, you might also want to check out Domiclipse LS, a Lotusscript editor for Eclipse!

Comments

  1. What a fantastic idea, Ben. I look forward to trying it.Andrew Pollack#
  2. The documentation to install & use it looks very concise and good.
    At least as an aditional tool for special tasks like to code classes in LotusScript it might be usefull. Anonymous Coward#

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