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Mastering XPages: A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Tony McGuckin, Mark Wallace, Martin Donnelly

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Chapter 13. XPages in the Notes Client

No sooner was XPages released on the Domino server in version 8.5 than requests flooded in from business partners and customers alike to have this technology running in the Notes client. The primary reason, of course, was so that XPages web applications could be taken offline. NSF data replication and synchronization has always been a key core asset of Notes/Domino, so leveraging its power for XPages applications was, not surprisingly, the next big customer use case.

Despite the ubiquity of broadband services today, it is often useful to be able to make an exact replica of an application locally on your personal computer and work with it in isolation for a period of time. This can be handy in a read-only ...

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