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Allow Xpages without Dojo

I don't have the need for dojo integration in Xpages applications all the time. If I use the Bootstrap theme, it makes sence to use Bootstrap or JQuery controls.

In general, we should be able to choose if we want to download Dojo js and css files.

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    July 17, 2018 07:58

    As already mentioned in IDEAAD-I-16:

    I would rather like a way to include / add my favorite CSS- or Javascript-Framework on the server and select this one for an entire application (application settings).

    Still there is a way to put all the files in the html-folder on the Domino-Server. But in the course of the work you need to add these files on every single XPage.

    And just to complete this: please let us decide whether to use dojo or jQuery (the same way).

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    July 17, 2018 13:36

    To me, core XPages features (partial refresh and so on) should rely on play vanila JS and not require Dojo or JQuery or so.

    For advanced features / advanced controls, it's another story...

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    August 23, 2018 08:19

    I got some bug in dojo conflict with some code in the package explorer. Should be can disable it or select dojo by optional.