Blogs

My Notes 3.1.0 for iOS with calendar support goes live!

Today a long awaited release of My Notes 3.1.0 for iPad and iPhone with calendar support went live! After a testing phase, we presented a fully functional calendar support, - possibility to create, edit and reschedule all types of events, including recurring ones, invite participants, receive push notifications, and other useful features. This is a truly great improvement for our iOS users! Besides, we added support of 3D Touch functionality - in My Notes it's possible now to open app's menu from the icon, preview events, notebook entries and emails.

iMoodJournal 3.0 with Apple Watch Support is Released!

Today iMoodJournal 3.0 for iPhone with Apple Watch support has appeared in the Apple App Store. This eagerly-awaited integration will definitely open a new page in the development of the product. Along with this main option, the release suggests a number of enhancements - the features requested by our users.

AweSync 6.2 is Released!

We've just launched a new version. In this release, some long-awaited improvements requested by our users have been made and some minor issues fixed. We've added backup encryption and improved the built-in tool used by users to restore accidentally removed events. Work of AweSync with Notes ID file has also been enhanced. Besides, new cryptographic algorithms have been integrated, which makes AweSync FIPS-compliant.

A New Version of iMoodJournal Released!

Today an updated version of iMoodJournal has appeared in Apple App Store. New iMoodJournal has been extended with some long-awaited features, such as support of iOS 8, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and possibility to unlock the app using Touch ID (on iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus). For those users who have to use iMoodJournal in public or at work, we've added the possibilities to change the default text of notification to their own and select more neutral notification sounds (several new beeps and clicks have been added).

A new release of My Notes for iOS is available!

A new release of My Notes app for iOS has just appeared in the Apple AppStore! We added support of iOS 8 and optimized the application for iPad, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. 
 
We are sure that this release takes the work experience of many IBM Lotus Notes users, who may want to access Lotus Notes mail, contacts, notebook etc. from their iPhone or iPad, to the next level!
 

We have released My Notes today for using IBM Notes applications from iPhone

My Notes for iPhone is live now, which is indeed a great news for everyone who needs to access their Lotus Notes databases from their mobile. My Notes is an innovative solution featuring:

- Self-service setup procedure as easy as scanning QR code from user’s desktop
- Distributed cloud service for location-based connection between mobile phone and Lotus Notes
- Exceptional security based on modern and proven encryption standards
- Notes-specific features, such as full-text search, priority follow-up flags, categorized views, etc.
- Support of multiple Mail files, Contacts and Notebook databases on one mobile workplace

More details and demo video: http://www.mynotesapp.com/
Official press-release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/03/prweb11713675.htm

First demo video of My Notes - a personal tool for using IBM Notes applications from mobiles (Video)

Almost 9 months have passed since we announced creation of the first prototype of a personal tool for using Lotus Notes databases on Android or iPhone devices. And here we are now - publishing first demo video with basic features overview.

My Notes, this is how we called the product, is now passing the final stages of testing and should be published in the App Store and on Google Play within few weeks.

Backup Tool Project. Part 1: WCF Configuration

Who needs one more backup tool? There are dozens of them on the market – almost every self-respecting IT company already created a proprietary backup solution, and a lot of them are free. Of course, they have different functionality, and freeware tools are limited in their capabilities, but one still need to have a strong reason to once again reinvent the wheel.

Programming for Dummies

This article will show you how to make the first steps in programming. I'm not going to teach you how to select your first programming language, or which book to start with, or how to pass an interview. All this is not so important. What I’m going to do is to help you to write your first program.

It so happens that, working as a developer, I gave programming lessons to two of our customers. A couple of years ago I tried to teach my girlfriend programming. As a student, I often had to help my friends. And they all suffered from the same problem. They tried writing it all at once, and then looking for bugs and finding the reason why the program did not work.

But even I, who have engaged in programming for a long time, have not learned how to write programs at once, from the very beginning to the end.

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