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Ytria Domino Tools - Free Keys for the Summer!

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I'll blog more later about the incredibly useful suite of Domino development (and admin) tools from Ytria (ScanEZ, ActionBarEZ, ViewEZ, et. al.), but for now I would encourage anyone doing development to download them because they're FREE for the summer! Here are some highlights:

ScanEZ - Basically a Notespeek on steroids, with capability to *modify* as well as read all manner of backend database attributes. Among the most useful capabilities is a best-in-class replication/save conflict resolver, which works even if you have multiple conflicts for a given document.

ActionBarEZ
- If you enjoy the tedious task of changing the action bar colors and button attributes for 97 views, 12 forms, and 3 pages in a Notes database to give your application that professional touch, you'll have to find another way to have fun after using this little tool. You can apply the same action bar format to an entire database in about 20 seconds. I guess you could have fun the next time your client asks you to use a slightly lighter shade of blue, and you make the change right in the middle of the demo!

ViewEZ
- Sort of like ActionBarEZ but dealing with all the various view attributes instead. Everything from alternating row colors and margins to security and index settings. Make global changes in seconds, with assurance that they are consistently applied across a batch of views.

There are three other tools, FormEZ, DesignPropEZ, and SignEZ that i haven't played with as much yet, but are worth a look.

Go here to get your free keys, but be warned, these tools are addictive .

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