In the previous part of the article by Jon Dickinson, we saw how to construct a domain model to allow files and messages to be tagged. In this part, we will see how to customize our home page and work with the templates and tags.Read Managing Content through Tagging in Grails: Part 2 in full
This is the first part of a two-part article series by Marjorie Roswell. All of the recipes in this article require CCK and the date field (also Views, and Views UI), so we won't take the space to list them in every ingredient list. In this two-part article, we create a wide variety of views, mostly from a single workshop content type. Several of the views implement style plug-ins, which appear as new options in the Views Type drop-down. If you are still working on the 1.x versions of Date, be sure to check out Recipe 44, Upgrade Date and Calendar Modules which will be discussed in the next part.Read Date and Calendar Module in Drupal 5: Part 1 in full
In this 2-part article series by Travis Tidwell, we will cover all the necessary steps to integrate audio content into our Drupal web site by building a custom Flash application that works seamlessly with Drupal multimedia. Here is what we will learn in this article:
- Working with audio in Drupal
- Building a custom audio player for Drupal
- Creating an audio-handling class using ActionScript 3.0
- Loading and playing audio in Flash
In this 2-part article series by Travis Tidwell, we cover all the necessary steps to integrate audio content into our Drupal web site by building a custom Flash application that works seamlessly with Drupal multimedia.
In the first part we saw how audio is handled within Drupal and how to build a custom application that can play audio content created through Drupal. In this part, we will add controls to the audio player to give our users a way to interact with the playback of that audio track.Read Working with Drupal Audio in Flash (part 2) in full
- Flow control statements, such as loops and if-else conditions
Linq to SQL is an object relational model that you can leverage in Visual Studio 2008. Your connection to SQL Server 2008 database is through a new control in Visual Studio 2008, the LinqDataSource control. This control needs a data context. The data context is provided by the Linq to SQL classes, a class generator that maps SQL server objects to the model. The class files generated support CRUD operations.
In this article by Dr. Jay Krishnaswamy, we will be adding a LinqDataSource control in Visual Studio 2008 to a ASP.NET website and configuring it by providing a data context. The data context will created using the Object Relational Designer(O/R Designer) in Visual Studio. The Linq data source is then bound to the Gridview in the Visual Studio designer.Read Displaying SQL Server Data using a Linq Data Source in full
Round-trip engineering as applied to a database means reverse engineering (database to data model) and forward engineering (data model to database) back and forth.
In this article, Djoni Darmawikarta shows how to maintain an existing MySQL database using Power*Architect. Particularly, he shows by examples, how to reverse engineer an existing MySQL database, update the resulting data model, compare the updated model with the 'old' database, and implement the updates by forward-engineering them back to the database.Read Database/Data Model Round-Trip Engineering with MySQL in full
As with messages, files are displayed on the home page in the order they are added to the system. Currently all messages and files are displayed on the home page. Over time, our home page is going to become rather large and unwieldy. We need a user's home page to show only the files and messages that they are interested in. To do this, users need to be able to tag their content.
The new Grails concepts that will be introduced in this two-part article series by Jon Dickinson are:
- Working with inheritance in the domain classes, and looking at which strategies GORM supports for persistence
- Using polymorphic queries over a domain inheritance hierarchy
- Encapsulating view-rendering logic in GSP templates
- Manipulating collections with the Groovy collect and sort methods
In this 2-part article series by Michael Havey, we have classified processes by duration, dividing them into three categories: short-running, mid-running, and long-running. Long-running processes need state, so we have examined three data models to keep process state: those used in BEA Weblogic Integration and Oracle's BPEL Process Manager, and our own custom model, which borrows ideas from these two. We then discuss how to build a long-running process out of several short-running processes (implemented in TIBCO's BusinessWorks) tied together with state in our custom data model. We then conclude by showing how short-running BPEL processes can be compiled for faster execution in the next part.Read Short and Long-Running Processes in SOA-part1 in full
There are many types of attacks that can happen to a website. In a previous article, Preventing SQL Injection Attacks on your Joomla Websites was discussed. In this article by Tom Canavan, we will take a look at how Remote File Include(RFI) attacks occur, and how it can be prevented.Read Preventing Remote File Includes Attack on your Joomla Websites in full
In this 2-part article series by Michael Havey, we have already learned about classified processes by duration, dividing them into three categories: short-running, mid-running, and long-running. Long-running processes need state, so we have examined three data models to keep process state: those used in BEA Weblogic Integration and Oracle's BPEL Process Manager, and our own custom model, which borrows ideas from these two. We then discussed how to build a long-running process out of several short-running processes (implemented in TIBCO's BusinessWorks) tied together with state in our custom data model. In this article you will learn how short-running BPEL processes can be compiled for faster execution.Read Short and Long-Running Processes in SOA-part2 in full
This article by Dmitry Dulepov describes TYPO3 extensions from the developer's point of view. After reading this article, the reader will have basic knowledge of extension structure, files, and how extensions interact with TYPO3. This knowledge is necessary for extension planning and implementation.Read Anatomy of TYPO3 Extension in full
In this article by João Pedro Soares Fernandes, we will see how we can interact with our students in real time, specifically by using an online talk service and a desktop sharing application.
By the end of this article you will be able to:
- Use text, audio, video chat and conferencing to support communication and collaboration in Moodle courses
- Share your desktop and a collaborative whiteboard with students, supporting distance interaction in real-time in Moodle courses
This is a 2-part article series by Tarek Ziadé, which is all about documentation and gives tips on technical writing and how Python projects should be documented. In the first part of this series, you will learn about the 7 golden rules of technical writing and understand reStructuredText Primer. In the next part, you will learn how to build the documentation.Read Documenting Your Python Project-part1 in full