I've been following the progress of Julian Buss and his Domino To Go platform for mobile application development and his flagship application, Notesbook. While I have not yet tried his application personally, it appears to have a the makings of a core information support tool for getting things done with Lotus Notes. I'm particularly pleased to see that there are plans to add support for multiple Notebooks.

We get requests daily looking for mobilization tools to recommend. Soon, I plan to evaluate Notesbook as a possible companion app to eProductivity and the free Reference DB (If you have already done this I'd like to hear from you.)

Meanwhile, Domino To Go, Notesbook and Lotus Domino were recently featured on Appcelerator Titanium’s Developer Blog.

Congratulations, Julian. Nice to see coverage like this for a productivity tool that works with Domino.

Discussion/Comments (3):

Amanda Brown (): 9/7/2012 5:19:51 AM
NotesBook brings your Lotus Notes Notebook (Journal) to your iPhone or iPad

Lotus notes is an effective software if you can master the basics i remember it was used in my last company notebook journal for iphone ipad will help users on mobile phone

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