In the previous article How to Create a Reporting Site
In this article series by John Ward,author of BIRT 2.6 Data Analysis and Reporting we will be looking at :
- Bug Status- A Report to show open issues compared to all bugs
- Developer issues reports-this report will accomplish two things—shows us a Pie Chart showing fixed versus non-fixed bugs and gives us a list of bugs in an open status assigned to that developer.
In this article series by John Ward, author of BIRT 2.6 Data Analysis and Reporting, we will be looking at a practical example of building a reporting site. In this part of the article, we will be looking at a scenario where we have a Bugzilla instance setup with a series of bugs related to BIRT. We will look at a series of requirements and build the reports necessary to fulfil those requirements.Read Creating a Reporting Site using BIRT in full
In this article by Jeffery Winesett, author of Agile Web Application Development with Yii1.1 and PHP5, we are going to turn our focus to the second primary goal of this iteration. As seen in the previous article Adding User Comments in Agile, we now have the ability to leave comments on issues.
We want to display to the user a list of all of the recent comments that have been left on various issues across all of the projects. This will provide a nice snapshot of user communication activity within the application. We also want to build this small block of content in a manner that will allow it to be re-used in various different locations throughout the site. This is very much in the style of web portal applications such as news forums, weather reporting applications and sites such as Yahoo and iGoogle. These small snippets of content are often referred to as portlets, and this is why we referred to building a portlet architecture at the beginning of this iteration. Again, you can refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portlet for more information on this topic.Read Creating a Recent Comments Widget in Agile in full
Using computers to test is becoming commonplace. Computers are everywhere and they are able to speed up and do so many things that they have become necessary in many fields, and testing is no exception. The Moodle team has put together a variety of activities that allow us to create and deliver a variety of tests with ease, many of them graded automatically and with instant feedback, making Moodle Quiz a very useful tool. In this article we will take a look at creating a full quiz in the Quiz module. We will learn how to create a complete quiz using the Quiz module, as well as use some new options.
In this article by Jason Myrick, author of Moodle 1.9 Testing and Assessment, we will:
- Create a complete test
- Use a variety of options we have not used before
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GIMP comes with a wide variety of filters and effects. Now, we are going to use some of them with just text layers, to give you a clear idea of how to create great looking text starting from a solid-color font.
In this article by Juan Manuel Ferreyra, author of GIMP 2.6 Cookbook, we are going to create a logo for a company in no time by using a few filters and just little work.Read Creating a Quick Logo for a Company with GIMP 2.6 in full
In this article by Daniel Williams, the author of Corona SDK Application Design, we will discuss how to use Corona's feature set to create our first business app. Although developing business style apps can be the corner stone of your company, they can get a little boring. In this article, we will learn how to create our very first game with Corona SDK.
Let's get started!Read Creating a Puzzle App in full
In this article by Ram Kulkarni author of Instant Eclipse 4 RCP Development How-to [Instant], we will create a pop-up menu that will be displayed when you right-click in the snippets list. If no snippet is selected at a location where you right-click, then we will display a pop-up menu with a single option to add a snippet. If there is a snippet at the location, then we would display a menu that has options to delete the snippet and add a snippet.Read Creating a pop-up menu in full
In this article by Leo Taehyung Lee, the author of Instant Creating Data Models with PowerPivot How-to, we will learn to use the raw data to make some pivot tables that can help us make smart business decisions!Read Creating a pivot table in full
Although ExpressionEngine 2 does not come with a built-in photo gallery module, it does have many features designed to make working with photos easier. In this article by Leonard Murphy, author of Building Websites with Expression Engine 2.X, you will create a photo gallery channel, use file manager to manage your photos, and use jQuery to display the photos on your website.
Although this article focuses on building a tool for Ed & Eg to share their personal photos, the techniques in this article will be useful in any situation where you want to display images—whether personal photos, a portfolio of your work or items for sale.Read Creating a Photo Gallery with ExpressionEngine 2 in full
NHibernate is an open source object-relational mapper, or simply put, a way to rapidly retrieve data from your database into standard .NET objects. This article teaches you how to create NHibernate sessions, which use database sessions to retrieve and store data into the database.
In this article by Aaron B. Cure, author of Nhibernate 2 Beginner's Guide we'll talk about:
- What is an NHibernate session?
- How does it differ from a regular database session?
- Retrieving and committing data
- Session strategies for ASP.NET
In this article by Suhreed Sarkar, he discusses how to create a new zen cart template. Creating a new template for Zen Cart is fun. Prior to version 1.3.x of Zen Cart, some HTML tables were used for layout. But in version 1.3.x onwards, Zen Cart has fully abandoned the use of HTML tables for layout, using a CSS-based layout instead. This step-by-step guide enables you to change the text and graphics displayed in the front-end, customize the look and feel by editing files, understand and apply the template override system, modify and create new templates, and finally modify email templates.It will help you make the shop more attractive with the new templates.Read Creating a new Zen Cart Template in full
In this article by Edmund Tan, author of .NET Compact Framework 3.5 Data Driven Applications, we will learn how to create a new publication using the Mobile Database Workbench. We will discuss the following:
- Creating a new mobile project
- Adding publication items to your project
- Adding sequence items to your project
- Adding a publication to your project
In this article, by Giuseppe Macri, author of Integrating Facebook iOS SDK with Your Application, we will learn about:Read Creating a New iOS Social Project in full
The Analysis Services can also be configured when the SQL Server 2008 is installed. Out of the box the analysis server has no objects and you need to deploy a database to work with this service. Two previous articles described the process of creating a CUBE from scratch using the TestNorthwind database, a copy of the Northwind database. In this article by Dr. Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we will be authoring a report based on an analysis services CUBE.Read Creating a matrix report using the Analysis Services Cube in full
In this article by Roderick Person, author of Getting Started with Lazarus IDE, we are going to look at creating new components for Lazarus. We will do this by:
Creating a message-logging component
Adding properties to the components that appear in the Object Inspector window when a component is used in design time
Adding events of the components that appear in the Object Inspector window when a component is used in design time
Learning the basics of creating a Property Editor window
Learning the basics of creating a Component Editor window and looking at the TCheckListBoxComponentEditor component are some examples
So let's begin.Read Creating a Lazarus Component in full
In the previous article, Designing Site Layouts in Inkscape, we saw the web layout and its principles.
In this article by Bethany Hiitola, author of Inkscape 0.48 Essentials for Web Designers, we will create a web page layout. This part of web development allows the most creative expression for web designers. It's creating a mock up of how the web page will look when complete. Mock ups are graphic images of the web page, so we don't worry about all the technical details in making the web page work, just how it looks.Read Creating a Layout Example in Inkscape in full
SharePoint 2010 uses InfoPath 2010 to create rich, powerful electronic forms. InfoPath forms can replace the default forms used for SharePoint lists or act as custom forms that provide the user interface and business rules required to run a custom business process.
In this article written by Dr Adrian Colquhoun, author of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Power User Cookbook, he teaches you how to create a holiday request InfoPath form and publish it to a Form Library.Read Creating a holiday request InfoPath form and publishing it to a form library in full
In this article written by Dr Adrian Colquhoun, author of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Power User Cookbook, we will cover:
- Creating a holiday request InfoPath form and publishing it to a Form Library
The recipe in this article teaches you how to create a holiday request InfoPath form and publish it to a Form Library.Read Creating a holiday request InfoPath form and publishing it to a form library in full