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xpageswiki.com for iOS (iPhone and iPad)
You can view all content of xpageswiki.com on your iPhone or iPad using the "xpageswiki.com" app, Now available in the Appstore!
This app synchronizes all content of xpageswiki.com to your device so that all the content is offline available.
With this app, you can use the knowledge of xpageswiki.com for your IBM XPages development wherever you are - on the plane, on the train, in foreign countries...
Download the app
Click here to view the app in the Appstore.
Usage of xpageswiki.com for iOS
Find the app by looking for "xpageswiki.com" in the Appstore. Other keywords are "xpages" or "ibm domino".
Start the app. At the first start it doesn't have any content and will get the most recent content from the xpageswiki.com website.
Tap on "Content" to watch the table of content growing.
The app tries to get the most recent content at every startup when the device has network.
At any time you can tap on a topic to see the content. In the content window, you can drag the text around as needed, or you can change the orientation of the iPhone or iPad.
Working with links in the content
Some pages have links to external websites. You can tap on these links to get to these external pages.
After tapping an external link, you can go back to the original content by clicking the "home" button. Or when you went through other links on the external page, you can go back by tapping the "back" button.
xpageswiki.com on the iPad
This app is optimized for the iPad, too. If the iPad is in landscape mode, the table of content is always visible on the left side.
On the iPad, the content has a bigger font size and some colors are different.
xpageswiki.com on Android
An Android version is planned but not released yet.
See this post in my blog at julianbuss.net
Fixed and new in version 1.1
- iPhone: on some devices, the content is not loaded from xpageswiki.com.
- iPhone: made the header bar in content pages smaller
- iPhone: optimized font sizes a bit.
- iPhone: zooming is now enabled for the content.
- iPhone/iPad: color coding of source code that is embedded in content pages
What is planned for the next version
- display comments to pages
- enable creating new comments right on the mobile device, even when it's offline
If you have questions or comments, please mail me at email@example.com or leave a comment here.
Furthermore I used the YouAtNotes Mobile Framework which allows easy synchronization of Domino data and has a lot of goodies to make development with Titanium more fun.
There will be articles in THE VIEW about my experience with Titanium and the YouAtNotes Mobile Framework, the first article is expected in late november 2011.