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HCL Nomad 1.0 for Apple iOS Documentation
HCL Nomad is a mobile client that allows users to work with Domino applications from their mobile devices right out of the box. Nomad includes offline replication, touch optimization and extends your Domino Applications with device capabilities.
What's new in HCL Nomad for Apple iOS?
These are the new features and enhancements introduced in recent releases of HCL Nomad for Apple iOS (formerly IBM® Domino® Mobile Apps).
Before you set up HCL Nomad, check that you meet these requirements.
Limitations for iOS
Note the following limitations in release 1.0.
Tips for developing Notes apps
Here are some tips for developing mobile-friendly Notes applications that work well with HCL Nomad.
The following articles provide instructions on how to set up and use HCL Nomad.
Setting up HCL Nomad on-premises
Follow these steps to set up HCL Nomad if you use an on-premises mail server located at your company site.
Setting up HCL Nomad in the cloud
Follow these steps to set up HCL Nomad if you use IBM SmartCloud® Notes® for mail.
Opening applications
Open your first application.
Opening documents
Double-tap a document in a view to open it.
Opening Notes links
Notes links to applications and documents can be opened via HCL Nomad on your iOS device.
Viewing recent applications
The Home page shows up to 12 of your recently accessed applications. The application that you last accessed is shown at the top, left of the page, followed by the next most recently accessed, and so forth.
You can use full-text search to search an entire application or use quick-find to find information in the current view.
Importing or attaching pictures or files
You can import or attach pictures or files into documents.
Scrolling within views
Drag in a view to scroll the view. When you drag within a view to scroll, arrows are available to move to the beginning or end of the view.
Frame navigation on the iPhone
Domino applications can consist of complex framesets containing multiple frames. These framesets can clutter the smaller interface of the iPhone screen. HCL Nomad on iPhone has unique toolbar actions designed to help users navigate their complex applications and improve their experience.
Mobile actions menu
HCL Nomad supports the mobile actions menu button, which is a floating action button that hovers over a view.
Creating local replicas
You’ll find that creating a local replica is similar to creating one in HCL Notes®. Follow these steps to create a local replica of an application on your device. The local replica is encrypted using Notes and Domino® encryption.
Managing local replicas
Use the Replication page to replicate all local replicas of an application or a specific one. Also use this page to delete or re-create a local replica.
Reporting a problem
The following articles provide instructions on how to configure and manage HCL Nomad.
HCL Nomad and panagenda MarvelClient
The HCL Nomad management solution MarvelClient from panagenda is now provided with all installations of HCL Nomad starting with version 1.0 for Android or 1.0.4 for iOS. panagenda MarvelClient allows administrators to manage HCL Nomad clients by defining their own settings.
Managing HCL Nomad via an MDM provider
Starting with version 1.0.4, HCL Nomad for iOS supports managed configuration via most common Mobile Device Management (MDM) providers. All MDM providers are slightly different in how they implement managed configurations for applications.
Downloading your Notes ID
To download a user's Notes ID from an ID Vault, the Domino server supplied must be ID Vault enabled. The Domino server used for configuration does not have to be the user's mail server, but can be another Domino server within the same domain that is ID Vault enabled.