In the first part of this two part series we learned that AJAX methods provided by jQuery can help us to load data in several different formats from the server without a page refresh. In this article by Jonathan Chaffer and Karl Swedberg, we will learn how to deal with common challenges of asynchronous loading techniques, such as keeping handlers bound after a load has occurred and loading data from a third-party server.Read How to Bridge the Client-Server Gap using AJAX (Part II) in full
Plone's portlet system makes it easy to place chunks of additional information on your site. Plone ships with a variety of built-in portlets, and you can easily create custom portlets that meet your particular needs. You can associate portlets with different sections of your site, with different content types, and with different groups of users. In this article by Jon Stahl, we will look at creating new types of protlets.Read Creating New Types of Plone Portlets in full
XML documents can be used for the transfer of data. The data in an XML document may be retrieved either with the JAXP (Java API for XML Processing) DOM and SAX APIs, or with the JAXP XPath API. Addressing an XML document with XPath has the advantage that a single node may be selected directly without iterating over a node set. In this article by Deepak Vohra, we will explore XPath Support in Oracle JDeveloper - XDK 11g.Read XPath Support in Oracle JDeveloper - XDK 11g in full
In this part by Matt Butcher, we're going to:
- Create a simple theme
With our social networking site ready to accept user content, and our roles set up to allow groups of users to contribute to and use our network in different ways, it is time to focus more on our users–specifically, managing users and the settings associated with them, and providing them with tools and options to improve their experience on the site.
In this article by Michael Peacock, you will learn:
- How to install the needed modules
- How to add extra fields to user profiles
- About users, roles, and permissions
- Creating a first script
The WordPress backend is very flexible, and can easily be customized to accommodate a lot of different purposes. In this article by Vladimir Prelovac, we shall learn how to customize the Manage Panel. We will also explore the possibility of turning WordPress into a Content Management System (CMS), using methods provided to us by WordPress.
In this article, you will learn how to:
- Customize the Manage Page output
- Use the error message class to handle display of errors
- Use built-in WordPress capabilities to handle user permissions
By the end of this article you will learn how WordPress can transform into a CMS.Read Managing Posts with WordPress Plugin in full
In this article by Massimiliano Dessi, we're going to examine some important design decisions to build better applications. In these design decisions, the AOP plays a significant role because it provides smart solutions to common crosscutting problems.
We will look at the following AOP design solutions:
- Concurrency with AOP
- Transparent caching with AOP
- Security with AOP
Our users can communicate with one another, which is great, but quite often as an administrator the need may arise for us to communicate with a user or users on our site. It may be to remind them about the web site or to inform active users about new changes to the site, which they may not have been made aware of.
In this article by Michael Peacock, you will learn:
- About mailing lists, and how to use them with our Drupal social network
- How to use an offline approach for contacting our users
- How to use blocks of content to get a message across to your users
"ERWin from Computer Associates (CA) is one of the most popular data modeling software in the market. I’ve been using this data modeling tool since its release 3; it’s now at release 7. In this article I’ll show how to create a data model from scratch, starting with logical and physical models, and then forward engineer the physical model to Oracle database". In this article by Djoni Darmawikarta we’ll create a data model for Sales Order, with customer and product data.Read Data Modeling with ERWin in full
In recent years, it has become common to judge sites based on their use of specific technologies. One of the most prominent buzzwords used to describe new web applications is AJAX-powered. This label has been used to mean many different things, as the term encompasses a group of related capabilities and techniques. This is covered in a two part series. In this article by Jonathan Chaffer and Karl Swedberg, we will learn :
- The technologies involved
- Loading data on demand
- Choosing a data format
- Passing data to the server
Spring allows us to use "autoproxy" bean definitions, which can automatically proxy selected bean definitions. There are three kind of autoproxies provided for automatic creation of beans. In this article by Massimiliano Dessi, we will look at this in detail.Read Autoproxy in Spring Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) in full
Web sites are not built with content alone. Most sites need additional chunks of contextually-relevant information such as navigation boxes, listings of recent items, and other bits of "sidebar" content. In Plone, these small chunks of content are generally known as portlets. In this article, Jon Stahl shows how to manage the portlets on your web site.Read Show Additional Information to Users and Visitors of Your Plone Site in full
In the previous part of the article we saw the Working of Social Bookmarking and discussed how to Add Bookmarks to Blogs.
In this part by Lee Jordan, we will continue with the addition of Bookmarks to Blogs and see how to attract readers with Links.Read Social Bookmarking in Blogger: Part 2 in full