This article by Karl Swedberg and Jonathan Chaffer, shows the basic categories of jQuery methods, and how they come into play within a jQuery script. To examine how the different aspects of jQuery are utilized, we will build a small script that will dynamically extract the headings from an HTML document and assemble them into a table of contents for that page.Read Using jQuery Script for Creating Dynamic Table of Contents in full
For GoboLinux, rules are meant to be broken!
There are all sorts of Linux distributions. Yet developers will always find a new reason to work on another one. As a wide-eyed free and open source software buff turned journalist, I've run into distros in many shapes and sizes that run on almost every piece of hardware I own, from a laptop to a gaming device, to a cell phone. GoboLinux is one distro that's fun enough to run once, educational enough to run twice, and useful enough to run as a regular easy to use desktop.Read GoboLinux: An Interview with Lucas Villa Real in full
Before we can start building our application, we should set up a suitable development environment. This should as closely as possible mirror the final live server configuration, so that we can test our software locally before deploying it. The environment should also provide appropriate tools to support us during development.
In this article we will learn more about the elements of Zope's software stack and how they can be configured for development. We will also cover some supporting tools and technologies, such as Python eggs and Paste Script.Read Setting up the Plone Development Environment in full
In this article, we will explore the Quartz task scheduler and its integration with OSWorkflow. We will also give a tutorial with Quartz sending events and actions to OSWorkflow. This gives OSWorkflow temporal capabilities found in some business domains, such as call centers or customer care services.Read OSWorkflow and the Quartz Task Scheduler in full
This article by Marty Resnick and David Touitou, focuses on installing and configuring the Zimbra Connector for Outlook for using the Microsoft Outlook client as a front end to the Zimbra Collaboration Suite. We will also take a look at the most common applications within Outlook and how they integrate with Zimbra, including sharing folders and delegating access to other users.Read Integrating Zimbra Collaboration Suite with Microsoft Outlook in full