OpenNTF Automated Twitter Feeds

Paul S Withers | 6 days ago | Comments
For some years OpenNTF has used IFTTT recipes to auto-post new information for CollaborationToday, OpenNTF Snippets and OpenNTF project releases. However, as a knock-on of the ongoing turmoil at Twitter, IFTTT has ended free support for Twitter. Because of the reduced benefit of using Twitter as a social media platform, the board has decided not to take a paid account for IFTTT and so the feeds will cease.

The relevant RSS feeds have been added to our Follow Us page.

May OpenNTF Webinar: Understanding Collections, Maps and More in Domino Languages

Jesse Gallagher | 4 weeks ago | Comments
In the beginning there was LotusScript and life was simple: there were just arrays and lists. Then came Java and things got…more complex. This webinar will deep dive into the host of classes for holding groups of “things” in Java. We’ll briefly look how JavaScript has evolved, before coming back to a variety of options available in LotusScript. Finally, we’ll introduce the approach we’re bringing to VoltScript.

Paul Withers is Associate Developer - Research at HCL, working on VoltScript, Domino REST API and other projects. He has developed open source projects in a variety of languages for a variety of technologies. Currently he works with Java, JavaScript, LotusScript, VoltScript, Rust or whatever the current project requires.

This webinar will take place on May 18th from 11:00 AM (New York time) to 12:30 PM.

To register for this webinar, go to

April OpenNTF Webinar: Getting to Know Domino REST API

Jesse Gallagher | 2 months ago | Comments
After several early access releases, HCL Domino REST API (formerly HCL Project KEEP) was released in November 2022. With monthly releases, the product is already on release 1.0.3 (March 2023) with 1.0.4 in development. This webinar will show how Domino developers can provide secure, targeted access to specific parts of specific databases, with configuration only. IdP access will be covered in a future webinar, but we will cover understanding the technology, getting started, moving to production and where to get all the support you need.

Paul Withers worked with lead architect Stephan Wissel (NotesSensei) to develop Project KEEP when it was a research project in HCL Labs. Although he has moved onto other projects including VoltScript, he has stayed closely associated with the project and the documentation.

This webinar will take place on April 20th from 11:00 AM (New York time) to 12:30 PM.

To register for this webinar, go to