Packt are due to launch a new Enterprise brand, into which future Silverlight titles will be published. For more information on that launch, look here.
In this article by Frank LaVigne, author of Microsoft Silverlight 4 Business Application Development, we shall:
- Bind the data from a data object to Silverlight controls
- Validate data and display feedback to the user
Packt are due to launch a new Open Source brand, into which future Moodle titles will be published. For more information on that launch, look here.
Having dealt with customizing the header in the first part of this two-part article by Paul James Gadsdon, author of Moodle 1.9 Theme Design: Beginner's Guide, we will further look into customizing the footer and also cover browser compatability.Read Moodle 1.9 Theme Design: Customizing the Header and Footer (Part 2) in full
Packt is due to launch a new Open Source brand, into which future VirtualBox titles will be published. For more information on that launch, look here
In this article by Karen M. Tracey, author of the book Django 1.1 Testing and Debugging, we will develop a template code that can be used to include information about all of the SQL queries needed to render a page in the page itself.Read Tracking SQL Queries for a Request using Django in full
PoJos – Plain Old Java Objects, are, as the name describes, simple, ordinary Java objects. They do not have to be derived from a specific class, nor do they have to implement any specific interfaces. In the modern world of Java EE development where the latest frameworks have made enterprise development easier, wouldn't it be good if we could develop SOA based applications using PoJos? Fortunately, GlassFish ESB (OpenESB) allows us to do this using the PoJo Service Engine. In this article by David Salter, author of Building SOA-Based Composite Applications Using NetBeans IDE 6 and Seam 2.x Web Development, we will cover:
- GlassFish ESB
- Creating a PoJo and Deploying to GlassFish ESB
- Creating A SOAP Binding for PoJos
- Testing the Composite Application
In this article by Karen M. Tracey, author of the book Django 1.1 Testing and Debugging, we will see what happens when an invalid survey is submitted.Read Handling Invalid Survey Submissions with Django in full