The XSP.partialRefreshGet is a very useful function that can improve user experience on your XPages significantly. This blog post will hopefully help you to get a better understanding of this valuable tool.
I promised an overview video of the websocket enabled XPage application that we created during the websocket tutorial series. Here is a 30-minute detailed explanation how the application works. I hope you enjoy it:
I use special custom controls to include html5 tags that are not available in Domino Designer, such as nav, aside, ul, h2, and so on. I am going to show you how I created these custom controls and how I use them.
I left the funnest part of websocket for the final post of this series. We will look at how to interact with the Domino database seamlessly with websocket.
In this blog post, we learn how to react to incoming websocket messages. The bulk of your WebSocket application logic will reside here, which means this is really important stuff.