Handling, processing, and representing data in the 2.0 era of web applications has become so crucial that designers and programmers are working towards new ways of improving the user interface experience. Slider is one such killer concept, using which the user can represent and handle data easily. In this two-part article series we will explore different types of Sliders and code usage and options with a hands-on example with vertical and horizontal slider.
In this article by Sridhar Rao, we shall be covering the following topics:
- First steps with the script.aculo.us slider
- Types of the slider
- Code usage for the slider
In this article by Keith Pope, we will focus on how we can control access to parts of the application—Storefront and how users can log in to use the services provided by the it.
We will learn how to implement authentication in Zend Framework 1.8.
We will cover the following topics in this article:
- Authentication versus Authorization
- Using Zend_Auth
In this article by Dirk Manuel, you will learn how to:
- Use Web Pages in the Concepts pane and beyond
- Use Packages and link them to content objects
A Web Page, in UPK terms, is a single file that can contain text or images. In this respect, Web Pages are very limited. You can perform rudimentary font formatting, provide lists, and insert images, but that's about it. You cannot insert tables, or use any HTML tags as you would be able to with real web pages (which you can only use via a Package). However, they are very flexible, and can be utilized in a number of ways.
For readers familiar with OnDemand version 8.7 and earlier, Web Pages are the new, improved text Infoblocks. Other types of Infoblocks have been replaced by Packages, which are covered separately, below.Read Using Web Pages in UPK 3.5 in full
In this article by Dr. Jayaram Krishnaswamy, you will learn how to migrate a table from your ground based SQL Server 2008 to your cloud based SQL Azure instance using MS SQL Server Integration Services.Read Ground to SQL Azure migration using MS SQL Server Integration Services in full
In this article series by David Heffelfinger, we have explained how NetBeans can help us easily develop web applications that take advantage of the JavaServer Faces framework.
In this part of the article series, we will discuss the following:
- Implementing custom JSF validators
- Displaying tabular data in our pages by dragging-and-dropping the JSF Data Table item from the NetBeans palette into our page