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on 17 February 1998
This book is a highly condensed resource for Domino development techniques. Although brief, it effectively describes methods and features used in building Domino applications. At one time, this book was the most technical developer's guide available. Most Domino books are very geneic, covering groupware concepts, the server, and basic IDE use. This book is essential to anyone who wants to know anything about developing Web applications using Domino.
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on 8 July 1999
This book looked really good, and covered the right topics, but it doesn't actually get down to business. It will tell you what you can do in a way that makes it seem useful and accessable, but then just as you expect the instructions to start, it moves on to the next chapter. If you read this book cover to cover, I imagine you would have a good idea of what you can achieve using Domino, and roughly how you would do it, but not know how.
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on 7 April 1999
I have two books that I use. This book, although smaller, covers the URL section in much more detail than the other book that I have for Domino. As another reader stated you need to look online for those URL commands that aren't covered in any book. I found my 'advanced' help at the Notes FAQ - specifically how to target a frame.
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on 16 September 1998
If you know Lotus Notes development but not so much about Domino-web side- development, this is the book for you. It presumes (thankfully) a measure of develpment experience doesn't try to teach you to develop apps. It just does a great job of teaching you the tools that are available for making good web apps.
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on 12 June 1997
Definitely a good starter for learning to create web enabled Notes applications. The section on Domino URLs is particularly enlightening. Does not quite cover some of the real tough situations that can come up (Still need to go to the Domino Discussion DB at [...] for that.)
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on 29 January 1999
Was published before IE4 and NS4 came out, but it's got a lot of good examples for developers just getting into the thick of Domino using Applets/JavaScript. Good examples on URL's and pointing your users around databases.
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