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Integrating Images with JSF, CSS with JSF and, JS with JSF

by Anghel Leonard | June 2010 | Java Open Source Web Development

In this article by Anghel Leonard, author of the book JSF 2.0 Cookbook, we will cover the following:

  • Injecting CSS in JSF
  • JSF, CSS, and tables
  • Integrating JavaScript and JSF
  • Getting a JSF inputText value from JavaScript
  • Working with JSF hidden fields from JavaScript
  • Passing parameters with HTTP GET within the URL
  • Populating a JS load function with JSF values
  • Dynamic images with PrimeFaces
  • Using resource handlers

Starting from the presented recipes, you can then extrapolate them to obtain more complex solutions for your own websites. We have tried to put on the line the main aspects of integrating JSF with images, CSS, and JS.

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Integrating the application with Relationship Management and Sales in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009

by Mark Brummel | June 2010 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a very complete ERP package, but unlike other ERP packages it has a design capable of providing an open structure and a development platform. The idea is to provide 80% of the solution out of the box and allow the other 20% to be designed by qualified business application developers.

In the first part of the three part article series we have learned how to apply reverse engineering to customize our application

In the Second part of the three part article series we have learned how to Use the journals and entries in a custom application

In this article, by Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design we will learn:

  • how to integrate our solution with the standard application, in our case Sales Invoicing
  • How to structure codeunit of our application.
  • Navigate function-it needs changing when we add new documents and ledger entries
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Improving Plone 3 Product Performance

by Juan Pablo Giménez Marcos F. Romero | June 2010 | Content Management Open Source Web Development

This article, by Juan Pablo Giménez and Marcos F. Romero, authors of Plone 3 Products Development Cookbook, will teach you how to reap the benefits of Plone by dealing with the problem of creating content types in which the objects’ final HTML rendering performs badly, and how to benchmark these improvements.

We will cover:

  • Installing CacheFu with a policy product
  • Improving performance by tweaking expensive code
  • Testing server load and benchmarking our code
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Find and Install Add-Ons that Expand Plone Functionality

by Steve McMahon | June 2010 | Content Management Open Source Web Development

Plone has a rich feature set and meets many needs without additional components. But you may add new features and meet many special needs by installing add-on components called products.

This article by Steve McMahon, co-author of Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites, shows how to find and select add-on products for Plone. We’ll also learn how to install them, and review some of the best and most commonly used products.

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Using the journals and entries in a custom application

by Mark Brummel | June 2010 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a very complete ERP package, but unlike other ERP packages it has a design capable of providing an open structure and a development platform. The idea is to provide 80% of the solution out of the box and allow the other 20% to be designed by qualified business application developers.

In the first part of the three part article series we have learned how to apply reverse engineering to customize our application

In this article, by Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design we will learn:

  • how Journals and Ledger entries work throughout the system
  • how to create your own Journal application.
Read Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Using the journals and entries in a custom application in full
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