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Domino Designer 6: A Developer’s Handbook by Gustavo Pecly, Grant McCarthy, Pekka Hartikainen, Andre Guirard, Rune Carlsen, Tommi Tulisalo

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14.5. Using JavaScript

With Domino 6, you can use JavaScript to write applications that will support both the Notes client and the Web browser. All events associated with an object are programmable by using JavaScript, LotusScript or even simple @functions, and can be easily accessed within the Programmer’s Pane.

JavaScript allows you to handle events such as onLoad (for a Web page), onClick (for an input button on form), onChange, onBlur, onFocus (for input fields), and so on. You can use these events to trigger JavaScript functions that can also perform some complex operations.

In a Web browser, JavaScript functions can access all elements on a Web page (like input fields), as well as properties and methods that control the status and the ...

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