Lotus Notes Development

we have been designing and developing custom applications on IBM Notes to help our clients overcome their toughest IT challenges, we are very proud to say Notes is in our DNA,While we have the Notes skills in our head.

Remote Infrastructure Management

Domino knowledge enables us to pinpoint the source of problem-even within highly integrated enterprise applications,We build a knowledge base gives users instant answers, technical problems and documentation needs.

Mobile Application Development

According to the GigaOm Pro Survey “The future of workplaces”, it is estimated that half of the devices on corporate networks will be mobile devices by 2015. Mobile information workers are a big part of your organization’s workforce today.


Requirements Modeling 100%
Analysis & Planning 100%
Application Development 100%
Application Design 100%
Maintenance and Evolution 100%

Xpages Applications


XPages is a rapid web and mobile application development technology. It allows data from IBM Lotus Notes (‘IBM Notes’) and Relational Databases to be displayed to browser clients on all platforms. The programming model is based on web development languages and standards, including JavaScript, Ajax, Java, the Dojo Toolkit, Server-side JavaScript and JavaServer Faces. XPages uses IBM Lotus Domino, IBM’s rapid application development platform, including functionality such as the document-oriented database.

To be successful, you have to have your heart in your business and your business in your heart. Mr.Thomas J. Watson
My Job is to not be easy on people.My job is to make them better. Mr.Steve Jobs
Business is a money game with few rules and lot of risks. Mr.Bill Gates
Basically, Our goal is to organize the world’s information and to make it universally accessible and useful Mr. Larry Page


D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS. D3’s emphasis on web standards gives you the full capabilities of modern browsers without tying yourself to a proprietary framework, combining powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation.

The Document Object Model (DOM) is an application programming interface (API) for valid HTML and well-formed XML documents. It defines the logical structure of documents and the way a document is accessed and manipulated. In the DOM specification, the term “document” is used in the broad sense – increasingly, XML is being used as a way of representing many different kinds of information that may be stored in diverse systems, and much of this would traditionally be seen as data rather than as documents. Nevertheless, XML presents this data as documents, and the DOM may be used to manage this data.

In Domino Designer’s Preferences, on the General tab, there is a check box for “Show heap status”. This shows memory usage and allows you to start garbage collection. However, the setting does not persist across sessions, so you need to enable it each time you start Designer.

IBM Social Business Toolkit News

  • API for IBM SmartCloud for Social Business Resellers to manage Customers
  • User Interface Extensions for IBM Connections in the Cloud
  • Reuse the SmartCloud for Social Business Banner in Apps
  • PHP and the Social Business Toolkit: Some Newsworthy Updates
  • All about App Dev for IBM SmartCloud for Social Business
  • Try IBM Connections APIs in the Cloud without Setup
  • Updates of the Social Business Application Development Workshop available

Modern Domino: REST Services

REST services allow you to deliver data on demand. It can deliver pretty much any type data that would be useful to be consumed by any type of application. It doesn’t matter what platform that application is running on, we’re just talking about delivering pure data. This allows developers to build their own UI and logic to best display that data whether it be JSONXMLCSV, etc. By providing a REST service to your application data you make it possible for other developers to consume that data from any type of platform. This provides a level of robustness to domino applications that hasn’t been possible in the past. It’s also a great way to allow people to write their own visualizations (i.e. charts and graphs) for that data.

REST API to read Projects from OpenNTF

There are more than 850 projects on OpenNTF and many different types of projects which makes it sometimes hard to find the projects certain types of developers are looking for. In order to address this OpenNTF introduces the notion of “project spaces” to group similar types of projects together. Example spaces could be everything related to social or everything related to IBM WebSphere Portal. OpenNTF contributors can request spaces if they have contributed several projects and have planned to contribute more projects. The space owners can then ask to move certain projects into their spaces.The combination of spaces and the API then allows building landing pages for certain types of developers sharing the same interest. Check out a sample page on developerWorks that shows how IBM Connections open source projects can be displayed. Please note that there are currently ,Projects and releases in specific spaces can be read via a new REST API.