Open replacement for lotus.domino package in IBM Domino
- Eliminate Exception handling in lotus.domino API by allowing static exception delegation and standard Java logging
- Modernize getters/setters to use Java standard interfaces
- Modernize collection objects to implement Iterators where appropriate
- Implement Maps and Collections using Domino data objects (eg: Document implements Map<String, Object>)
- Using MIME storage, allow any Serializable content to be stored in an Item
- Correct methods with have dangerous side-effects (eg: View.isFolder() which builds the index if it didn't already exist)
- Provide useful global convenience settings like alwaysUseJavaDates and alwaysStoreGMTTime
- Provide useful static utility methods like incinerate(), toDxl() and toUnid(String)
- Have some operations that currently throw Exceptions unnecessarily instead simply return null (ie: Database.getDocumentByUnid())
- Provide coherent content assist via Javadoc annotations and retention of parameter names in byte code
- Eliminate the need to .recycle() Domino objects. Ever.
- Greatly reduce the need for defensive coding by allowing typed data access
- Provide helper classes and convenience methods for common Domino programming idioms (eg: Name.getGroups(), Database.getDocumentWithKey())
- Leverage and republish high-quality core Java libraries like Google Guava and Javolution
- Greatly extend the ability of the API to inspect and manipulate design elements
- Provide entirely new paradigms like database schemas, graphs, tasklets, event listeners, transactional boundaries, and multi-NSF searching and collections.
- Provide an alternative, pure Java implementation of the @Formula engine
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