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Java » Frameworks — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This chapter helps users to gets started with working on real life projects. Developers will be able to create their first application that uses jBPM and define simple processes, using the basic words in the jPDL language. This short chapter shows developers a real process implementation.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 11 years ago
From time to time, you will want to show data in your website and allow the data to be sorted and searched. In this chapter, we will look at: How to install and use the DataTables plugin How to load data pages on request from the server Searching and ordering the data
Java » Performance — about 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This chapter discusses some of the Maven plugins, both from Apache Maven and from the Codehaus Mojo project, that may be of great help in your Maven builds. The functionality of these plugins range from keeping track of the source revision number for the build to executing external applications as part of the build. You will learn to identify when to use each plugin and how to configure them properly to address your need.
PHP » Frameworks — about 11 years ago
In this chapter readers can view non-default themes in Magento, and will learn to make the best use of those themes in order to provide a better experience to their customers. This chapter focuses on the following:- Setting your non-default theme to be the one that your visitors will see Creating a number of simple non-default themes The theme hierarchy in Magento
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 11 years ago
This Chapter focuses on enhancing user experience and helps users make their blog a better place with the help of the following points:- Replacing the Next and Previous links by a paginator Highlighting searched text in search results Using the CSS sliding doors technique within WordPress Creating a dropdown menu for your categories Adding a breadcrumb to your theme Displaying related posts Display tabs on your sidebar
Java » Performance — over 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This chapter focuses on rules that are easy to read and change. Starting with domain specific languages, this chapter shows how to create a data transformation specific language and focuses on decision tables as another user-friendly way of representing business rules. In this chapter, we'll look at Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), decision tables, and rule flows to create human-readable rules.
Java » File Management — over 11 years ago
Every developer's favorite task is documenting their application. In this chapter, we will look at the many aspects of documentation, including "self-documenting" code, Javadocs, generators, methodologies, and so on, with a focus on automating as much documentation as possible.
Java » Frameworks — over 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This chapter teaches how to develop applications using Seam. We will learn the basic structure of a Seam application, learn more about Seam components and also see how Seam bridges the gap between the Web tier and the Server tier.
Java » JSP and Servlets — over 11 years ago
This chapter is a collection of tag-components from different technologies such as Ajax, JSF, RichFaces, Seam, and so on. Because the components are built on the drag-and-drop technique, this tool is very easy to use, especially when one needs a fast method for generating tags into JSP pages. This chapter will cover with description and examples the most important tags that can be generated through JBoss Palette and also contains a section about the Palette Options.
Java » Performance — over 11 years ago
This chapter shows how to use the Guvnor rule editor to write sophisticated rules and get information in and out of our rules. It demonstrates how to create the fact model needed to do this. We import our new fact model into the Guvnor and then build a guided rule around it and finally test our rule as a way of making sure that it runs correctly.
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