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Building a Calender Application in Joomla! using Fabrik

by Suhreed Sarkar | February 2010 | Joomla! MySQL Content Management Open Source PHP

Joomla! has many extensions that can help develop a custom application, especially simple form-based applications. With introduction of Content Construction Kits (CCK) now it is possible to create many types of contents without knowledge of coding PHP. Besides these newly introduced Content Creation Kits, there is another application builder for Joomla! that can be used to build database applications without coding PHP. It is called Fabrik. Fabrik is Joomla! application builder that can be used for building many types of applications. In this article by Suhreed Sarkar, we will learn how to build a event calendar application for Joomla! using Fabrik.

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Trunks using 3CX: Part 1

by Matthew M. Landis Robert Lloyd | February 2010 | Networking & Telephony

If you have a working phone system with extensions, voicemail, digital receptionists, call queues, and several other features and you want to call home or have a customer call you, what will you do? For that, you need to connect 3CX outside your internal network. This connection is called as trunk. In this article by Matthew M. Landis and Robert Lloyd, authors of The 3CX IP PBX Tutorial, we will cover:

  • PSTN trunks
  • SIP trunks
  • Introduction to dial plans
  • Hardware needed for analog lines
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Installing Mahara

by Richard Hand | February 2010 | MySQL Open Source PHP Web Development

This article by Richard Hand covers the installation of Mahara, along with the requirements for installation.

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Trunks using 3CX: Part 2

by Matthew M. Landis Robert Lloyd | February 2010 | Networking & Telephony

Read Part One of Trunks using 3CX here.

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jQuery 1.4 DOM Manipulation Methods for Replacement, Copying and Removal

by Jonathan Chaffer Karl Swedberg | February 2010 | AJAX Open Source Web Development

All of the methods in this article by Karl Swedberg and Jonathan Chaffer, authors of jQuery 1.4 Reference Guide, manipulate the DOM in some manner. In a previous article we saw methods that simply change one of the attributes of an element, while others set an element's style properties. Later we saw DOM Insertion methods. In this article we cover methods that modify entire elements (or groups of elements) themselves by replacment, copying, and removal. All of these methods are referred to as setters, as they change the values of properties. A few of these methods such as .html(), .val() also act as getters, retrieving information from DOM elements for later use.

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