The Yahoo User Interface (YUI) Calendar control, allows you to easily create a variety of attractive and highly functional calendar interfaces which can allow your visitors to quickly and easily select single dates, or range of dates. There is also a range of different formats of Calendar that we can create; there's the basic, single-select, and one-page calendar control which displays one month at a time, or there's a larger, multi-page calendar which allows multiple months to be displayed at once. Multi-select calendars can come in either single or multiple month display formats. In this article by Dan Wellman, we will see how to implement a calendar control in the YUI.Read Implementing a Calendar Control in the Yahoo User Interface (YUI) in full
Ruby on Rails is a recent entrant in the world of web application framework. Ruby is the language used and Ruby on Rails is the framework built upon Ruby. In this article by A.P. Rajshekhar, we will be designing and creating database tables for a User Management Module (UMM). The UMM is responsible for Registering users, Modifying user information, Assigning roles or privileges, Viewing the user, and Deleting the user. Let us go forward and look at the background information required for designing and creating the database tables used for this module.Read Designing and Creating Database Tables in Ruby on Rails in full
Philosophy: A route of many roads leading from nowhere to nothing.
While it appears that Ambrose Bierce has a little respect for Philosophy in general, he would surely refer to calling routing as—roads leading from a single point to multiple points, or something similar. The purpose of the "Calling Rules" is to define the methodology by which calls are routed from the PBX to the outbound world.
This article by Nir Simionovich deals with the routing rules in AsteriskNOW and the Calling Rules tables.Read Routing Rules in AsteriskNOW - The Calling Rules Tables in full
There are numerous menus in the front end of every application. They are often displayed as standalone boxes. The menu items are generally arranged one below the other. Menus can also be integrated into the design horizontally so that at first sight they aren't even recognizable as cohesive menus. CSS menus, which can even be transparent, are very cool.
These menus and the menu links are dynamically administered in Joomla! from database content in the Menus work area. Joomla! has six different menus in the sample data. (main menu, top menu, other menu, user menu, example pages, and key concepts) In this article by Hagen Graf, we will discuss administering, creating and managing menus in Joomla!Read Customizing the Menus Menu in Joomla! in full
Most of the qualities of an ideal ERP system such as, Total Cost of Ownership, Flexibility, Usability, Integration and many more are implemented by conformance to the technical best practices discussed in this two part article by Anil Kumar Gupta. The Dynamics AX best practice can be grouped into three categories i.e. application design standards, shared standards, and AOT object standards.
The previous article discussed the Application Design Standards. This article will focus on Shared and AOT Objects Standards in Dynamics AX.Read Technical Best Practices for Dynamics AX - Shared and AOT Object Standards in full