Darwino is platform-agnostic, but it’s also Domino-friendly. Darwino allows you to build applications that leverage and liberate your IBM Notes and Domino data, and bring it to the cloud – without having to change your Notes & Domino applications. Sure, you can use Darwino to migrate your Notes/Domino apps, but you don’t have to.
In fact, as the diagram illustrates, your users can continue operate in the Notes/Domino XSP world, simultaneously with the mobile and social world of the Darwino ecosystem.
Darwino is a student of Domino. Darwino understands the power of multi-point, offline capable replication of data. Darwino understands the power of the deployed, offline capable application. Darwino understands the power of platform agnosticism. Just like IBM Notes Domino did (and still does).Document based storage? Domino did it 30 years ago. Darwino does it, with today’s document-based technology – JSON. In fact, Darwino speaks Domino. The same paradigms developers have leveraged for 30 years in the Notes Client and XPages context, are now available to mobile developers.
If this sounds familiar, it should. IBM Notes Domino changed the way that companies collaborated. Darwino is poised to change the way that the internet of people and things connects, collaborates, and coexists – no matter the platform, no matter the data, no matter the application.
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Dr. John F. Tripp, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Information Systems at Baylor University, and the Chief Evangelist for Darwino, Inc. His research includes the processes of software development, trust and social media, and social media and its application to the enterprise. His IT career started as a Certified Lotus Professional Developer, Administrator and Notes Trainer. He worked in industry for 16 years until beginning his academic career. He lives in Waco, TX with his wife and 8 children.