In this article by Travis Tidwell, we will create a "Hello World" application that utilizes web services to populate a TextField or MovieClip with data from a remote location. Using web services to populate all of our Flash fields allows for the component abstraction necessary for an MVC architecture. Here Flash fulfills the role of the View, and Drupal fulfils the role as the Model and Component. This enables us to have a truly scalable and manageable web solution.
This approach allows for a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture for our Flash applications, which is considered ideal since it separates the User Interface (View) from the Data Set (Model) and Business Logic (Component) of our application.Read Building a Web Service-driven Application with Flash in Drupal in full
In this article by Narayan Bhat, we will see how to install The Rotating Post Titles with Post Preview Gadget in your blog. This gadget contains Official Google code created using the Dynamic Feed Control from the Google AJAX Feed API. It will show all the post titles in your blog classified according to Labels (in Blogger) or Categories (in Wordpress). It will also show a brief rotating post preview at the top.Read The Rotating Post Titles with Post Preview Gadget in full
The previous part of the article focused on just a few modules, with an emphasis on date. We explored Date formats, Exposed filters fieldset and the Views Date Range Filter Module. We also had a chance to create some summary views. In this part by Marjorie Roswell, we shall create a Timeline, cover the Views Popup feature, create a Calendar and also make an iCal feed.Read Date and Calendar Module in Drupal 5: Part 2 in full
This is the second part of a two-part article series by João Pedro Soares Fernandes dealing with assessment activities using multimedia. In the first part we saw how to add multimedia to multiple choice answers in Moodle quizzes and lessons and create crosswords and jumble exercises in Hot Potatoes.
In this part, we will create puzzles and "find-the-pair" activities using JClic and assessing multimedia using rubrics.Read Multimedia and Assessments with Moodle 1.9 (part 2) in full
In this article by Jonas Yuan, you will learn how to set up the most popular journal articles in your personalized community and view the counter for other assets.Read Setting up the most Popular Journal Articles in your Personalized Community in Liferay Portal in full