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First, a large number of developers were frustrated with the technologies they were using to create web applications. It didn’t seem to matter whether they were using Java, PHP, or .NET—there was a growing sense that ...
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Now that we have Ubercart configured, we start creating products including shippable products, purchased roles and downloadable products. Once done, we take a look at configuring the catalog which includes examining t...
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Free CSS Tutorial for 3 column layout. Download templatehttp://www.2createawebsite.com/design... Visit my site http://www.2CreateAWebSite.com Visit my blog http://blog.2CreateAWebSite.com
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Spree is a complete open source e-commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. 1. Install imagemagick To install ImageMagick, download it from http://www.imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php#windows and then run $...
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In Chapter 6, we continue developing our e-commerce site by configuring Ubercart's shipping quotes with UPS, flat rates, and weight quotes, configuring paypal and setting up conditional taxes.
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At the end of those tutorials, you'll have all the knowledge to develop your custom Ruby web applications.
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Kenny Goodman explains how to choose a domain name. 1) Keywords Keywords are the cornestone. Market research underpins everything 2) Domain Usage How will you be attacking your niche? Thiw will affect domain...
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Following Chapter 4, we begin to configure Ubercart. This includes walking through all of the Ubercart configuration pages and making some minor changes
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Install Cygwin (http://cygwin.com): Cygwin is a Linux -like environment for Windows. Open Cygwin setup and select "VIM" package to install an editor Select "git" version control system Select "curl" from "Net" Ins...
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Hi everybody and welcome to an alternate Daily Dose of Drupal. Today we're on Episode Number 155 and we're going to be heading over the Calendar Module. In case you're not acquainted with the Calendar Module, it basic...
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Next we begin configuring the modules we added to our site in Chapter 3. I walk you through the configuration of all but the Ubercart modules.
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Install GIT Download GIT from http://git-scm.com/download/linux > cd gitDownloadedFolder/ > tar zxf gitCompressedFile > cd gitFolder > make (to compile git) > sudo make install > git --version...
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Hello. Today we will look at AngularJS. I'm hoping will go a little bit further than maybe some of the other instructions you see on the web. You may have heard of the Model-View-Controller paradigm from previous pr...
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We continue developing our e-commerce site by adding functionality we need via modules. I walk you through things to consider when choosing modules and provide a list that we'll need for our site.
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We will learn how to: Install Rails and setup the development environment. Generate a rirst Rails application. Put the first app under version control with Git. Share the first app's code at GitHub and deplo...
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Hi, I'm Brad Green. I manage the Angular projects-- AngularJS and Angular Dart and thank you all for coming, it's a full house. I know some of you got on the wait list and we're happy all of you could come who came...
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Here we step back from our website and go over some common Drupal terminology including "modules", "themes", "nodes" and "blocks". This chapter is intended for brand new Drupal users.
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I'm the father of AngularJS. I'm Brad Green, and I will play Angular's manager today. It's what I do. All right, so we wanted to take some time in front of you folks-- thanks for coming, by the way-- talking about w...
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We start by configuring our server. I walk you through the requirements of Drupal, creating your database, creating a database user and installing drupal.