This is a 5 part mini series by Roshan Bhattarai, covering basics of Widget, development of Wiki seek Widget, Pop-up Image Widget, RSS Web Widget, and Delicious Tagometer Widget.
The web is becoming more flexible and dynamic from day to day. The service and functionality provided by a particular website is not limited to itself. We can extend it to other websites by placing a few lines of code in their web pages called Widget.
In this article we will explore the technologies that go behind making a Widget and understand its working.Read Development of Ajax Web Widget in full
In the previous part of the article, we learned how to create a basic dialog, work with dialog's properties and callbacks, and add buttons to the dialog.
In this final part of the article by Dan Wellman, we will learn how to enable animations for the dialog and how to control the dialog programmatically.Read jQuery UI—The Dialog: Part 2 in full
Thankfully, the days of resorting to either of the aforementioned techniques are over. We can now make use of the advanced functionality and rich features of the jQuery UI dialog widget. The dialog widget lets us display a message, supplemental content (like images or text), or even interactive content (like forms). It's also very easy to add buttons, such as simple ok and cancel buttons, to the dialog and define callback functions for them in order to react to their being clicked.
In this first part of the article by Dan Wellman, we will complete the following tasks:
- Create a basic dialog
- Create a custom dialog skin
- Work with dialog's properties
- Enable modality and see an overlay
- Add buttons to the dialog
- Work with dialog's callbacks.
Essential capabilities of content management are the abilities to view the 'change history' of a content item, to compare various versions with one another, and optionally, to revert to a previous version of a content item.
In this article, Darci Hanning discusses how to use versioning in Plone to examine the history of changes made to a content item, to preview and compare versions, and to revert to a previous version of a content item.Read Safely Manage Different Versions of Content with Plone in full