We’re about to start building an Orchard website. We’ll create some content. We’ll
manage some content. We’ll change the way our site looks and behaves. We’ll write
some code to extend the functionality that’s available out of the box. Though we could
perform all of these tasks without ever looking at the Orchard source, we’re .NET
developers. We’re most comfortable in Visual Studio, so why wouldn’t we start there?
One of the most popular open source blogging and content management systems, Wordpress lets you create a website to promote yourself or your business quickly and easily—and better yet, it's free. WordPress is a flexible, user-friendly system, and it can be extended with a variety of themes and plugins.
Beginning WordPress 3 is a complete guide for the beginning developer who wants to start using WordPress. You'll learn how to publish and manage online content, add media, create widgets and plugins, and much more....
Chapter 10. RDF, RDF Tools, and the Content Model-P1
Chapter 9 introduced the Resource Description Framework (RDF) as the basis for building display data in the interface, where XUL templates take RDF-based data and transform it into regular widgets. But RDF is used in many other more subtle ways in Mozilla. In fact, it is the technology Mozilla uses for much of its own internal data handling and manipulation.
YUI 3 Cookbook introduces specific implementation patterns in the library, demonstrating granular solutions for everything from simple page effects to sophisticated web apps.
There are many Android programming guides that give you the basics. This book goes beyond simple apps into many areas of Android development that you simply will not find in competing books.
Whether you want to add home screen app widgets to your arsenal, or create more complex maps, integrate multimedia features like the camera, integrate tightly with other applications, or integrate scripting languages, this book has you covered.
The systematic footprinting of an organization enables attackers to create a complete profile
of an organization’s security posture. By using a combination of tools and techniques,
attackers can take an unknown quantity (Widget Company’s Internet connection) and reduce
it to a specific range of domain names, network blocks, and individual IP addresses
of systems directly connected to the Internet.
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As one of the most popular open source content management systems available today, WordPress boasts a framework that allows you to easily customize and extend it through plugins. This comprehensive book shows you how plugins work, reviews the tools and APIs available in WordPress, and demonstrates how to extend the functionality of WordPress with plugins.
BRINGING FORMS TO LIFE
PHP Solution 5-7: Incorporating a reCAPTCHA widget into your form
This PHP solution describes how to obtain a pair of software keys and add a reCAPTCHA widget to contact.php. Continue working with the same files as before. Alternatively, use contact_09.php and processmail.inc_05.php from the ch05 folder. 1. Go to www.google.com/recaptcha/whyrecaptcha, and click the Sign up Now! button. If you have a Gmail account, log in with your email address and password. If you don t have a Google account, you ll be prompted to create one.
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Volume 6B, Motif Reference Manual, is a complete programmer’s reference for the Motif toolkit. The Motif toolkit provides a complete set of widgets, such as buttons, scroll bars, menus, and dialog boxes, for developing graphical user interfaces. It also includes a library of functions for creating and manipulating those widgets. The second edition of the Motif Reference Manual covers Motif 2.1, the latest release of Motif. This book includes
Client-Side Programming with the Dojo Toolkit
Database driver details
The second process started when a data source is selected fetches the database schema. The schema service returns a ItemFileReadStore-formatted JSON data, which contains a hierarchical structure that is perfect for representing in a tree widget. The process ﬂow should be predictable at this point. We deﬁne a new DataStore, fetch the data, and when received, the createSchemaTree function is called to generate the Tree widget.