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
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
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
This article written by Michael Fontanini, the author of the book Game Development with SlimDX, focuses on drawing 2D graphics using Direct2D.Read Creating a Direct2D game window class in full
In the previous part of the article by Barrie Dempster, David Gomillion, and David Merel we saw how to create a context, extension, and outgoing extensions. In this part we will learn about Advanced Call Distribution, Automated attendants, and System services.Read Creating a Dialplan in Asterisk 1.6: Part 2 in full
In this two-part article by Barrie Dempster, David Gomillion, and David Merel we will learn how to create your dialplan that determines how your calls are routed through the Asterisk server. We will also cover how to create extensions, distribute calls in an orderly manner using queues, and present callers with a greeting using automated attendants (IVR). In this part we will learn to create a context, extension, and outgoing extensions.Read Creating a Dialplan in Asterisk 1.6: Part 1 in full
In this article by Francesco Fullone and Francesco Trucchia, we will learn the basics of the templating system of eZ Publish. We will see what an eZ Publish template is and how to apply a template to a single content node or subtree. We will also take a look at template overrides and create a proper design extension starting from the eZ Webin package.Read Creating a Design with eZ Publish 4 Templating System: Part 1 in full
Workflow is an automation of a business process, during which documents are passed from one participant to another for action, according to a set of procedural rules. Every content management system implementation will have workflow requirements. Workflow provides ownership and control on the content and processes. Alfresco web project uses workflows to support any set of changes, either automated or user-driven steps, in a business process before final commit to the Staging Sandbox. WCM Workflows can be configured for each form or for any arbitrary set of non-form assets.
In this article by Amita Bhandari, co-author of the book Alfresco 3 Web Content Management, we will take a look at the creation of a custom WCM workflow for a group.Read Creating a Custom WCM Workflow for a Group using Alfresco 3 in full
In this article by John P. Doran, the author of the book, Mastering UDK Game Development, we will guide us in creating a HUD that can be used within a Medieval RPG and will fit nicely into the provided Epic Citadel map making use of Scaleform and ActionScript 3.0 using Adobe Flash CS6.
We can have the most fun game in the world, but if the player has no idea what's going on it is next to impossible for that fun to be experienced by anyone other than the creator. One of the main tools that we use within the game industry to pass on information to the user is a heads—up display, more commonly referred to as a HUD.
The tool that most modern—day games use for doing user—interface (UI) work, such as HUDs, is Scaleform. Scaleform has been used with great success in Unreal games such as Borderlands 2, Mass Effect 3, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, and Bioshock Infinite.
Scaleform allows users to bring in Flash animation files to UDK to be rendered directly on the screen or rendered onto textures that can be used within the game world. We can interact with these movies using both Kismet and UnrealScript to create whatever kind of interface you can dream of.
Read Creating a Custom HUD in full
The Plone Content Management System is one of the best open source CMS because, by using Plone’s development framework, you can extend its functionality according to the specific requirements of your website. The Plone framework has lots of components that can be used to create add-ons or extensions called Plone Products. You can optimize your site for improved usability, accessibility, and security, by creating custom Plone products.
In this article by Juan Pablo Giménezand Marcos F. Romero, author of Plone 3 Products Development Cookbook, we will cover the creation of Archetypes content types from scratch by hand... kind of. We will actually use paster to automatically create most of it.Read Creating a Custom Content Type with Paster in Plone 3 in full
In this article by Bob Griesemer, author of Oracle Warehouse Builder 11g R2: Getting Started 2011, we will define our cube, which is where our measures will be stored—the facts that users will want to query. There is a wizard available to us for creating a cube that we will make use of to ease our task. So let's start designing the cube with the wizard. We'll create the objects using the wizards that the Warehouse Builder provides for us to simplify the task of building cubes and dimensions.
We will cover:
- Creating a cube with the wizard
- Using the data object editors
In this article by Antano Solar John, author of Catalyst 5.8: The Perl MVC Framework, we will be creating a basic application. We'll create the skeleton of the application and write some Catalyst actions (Perl code that gets executed on URL requests). Then we'll learn how to use the Template Toolkit (TT) to generate HTML output and finally, connect a SQLite database to Catalyst with DBIx::Class.Read Creating a Catalyst Application in Catalyst 5.8 in full
This article by Bilgin Ibryam, author of Instant Apache Camel Message Routing, provides a high-level overview of Camel architecture and explains how to create simple message driven applications.
Camel is a Java based application integration framework. It is lightweight and can run as a standalone application, as part of spring applications, or as an OSGI bundle. Camel can easily connect with many different systems using a variety of connectors, and integrate seamlessly, thanks to multiple messaging pattern implementations. In this first Camel application, we are going to connect to the filesystem and copy files from the source folder to a target folder using a polling consumer.Read Creating a Camel project (Simple) in full
Designed to be easy to use, yet powerful and flexible, GnuCash allows you to track bank accounts, income, and expenses. As quick and intuitive to use as a checkbook register, it is based on professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate reports.
In this article by Ashok Ramachandran, author of the book Gnucash 2.4 Small Business Accounting: Beginner's Guide, you will learn how budgets help you to set up a Trip Plan to reach your business goals and practice creating budgets and generating reports showing budget vs. actual comparison. You will also learn the limitations of GnuCash budget reports and how to overcome them by exporting to spreadsheets.Read Creating a Budget for your Business with Gnucash in full