Two new tutorials for web based components

Integrating web based components into Lotus Notes is becoming more and more popular. Whether they are Widgets in the side bar, Xpage components or full blown web sites as components  you can now do some pretty interesting integration with not a lot of effort.  These two articles below show how you can take ordinary web based applications and integrate them in with your Lotus Notes databases in the rich client.  The first article is somewhat of a primer for web based components so start there.  The second one shows how you can write a custom action to execute JavaScript on any web page and have that action wired to another components property.

Articles on the CA Wiki:

Creating a basic web component

Create a custom container action that executes JavaScript.

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