I have an iPart that is configurable similar to the Content Collection Organizer.
The Asi.Business.ContentManagement.Content object gives me a method for ContentHtml, which works if there is no dynamic content.
Does anyone know the method for rendering dynamic content?
I have an iPart that is configurable similar to the Content Collection Organizer.
A script was executed to update the web_login for our users to the email address that is on file. We have a few license staff accounts that access the desktop version of iMIS. After the execution, i can't log into iMIS with any of the licensed accounts. What could be causing the problem?
I am using the Common Search iPart to filter an Events list page. I have a working example with the InitialText query string parameter working, which looks like this:
It appears that the Common Search iPart filters based on the Title of the Event as per my example above. Does anyone have a working example of the InitialLogic query string parameter? My assumption is that it just filters multiple words against the Event Title.
I am currently looking into deploying a Moodle LMS on my network, and I have iMIS 15.2 installed locally. Ideally, I want to have integration between iMIS and Moodle.
Has anyone ventured out and completed an integration between these two systems? If so,
- what pieces were integrated?
- Are there 3rd party tools that exist?
- Was custom coding required (if so, what approach was taken)?
I'm attempting to embed a PDF within <object> tags on one of our webpages. The issue I'm encountering is an error stating that the content cannot be displayed in a frame. Specifically, it says, "the publisher of this content does not allow it to be displayed in a frame." Any idea on what might be happening here or how to fix?
While using the Search feature under Customers, I noticed that by selecting email and providing the first few letters in the equals box, it doesn't return all the desried results. How does it work for email? I'm guessing there is a like parameter used in the back end to pull the data.
Is there a better way to search by email address? We are implementing a policy to enter your email so it would be advantageous to have a mechanism to search by email but there isn't any confidence in the Search capability.
How does the password field get updated in the Name_Security table? I've created some users using the iMIS desktop andthe password field is showing blank in the name_security table. I would imagine that there is job or trigger that sets the value to what the user has entered. We are completing an exercise to update the logon name to the users email address so we want to verifiy that the users will be able to login once the change is complete.
Since the community site doesn't allow me to choose 20.1 from the drop-down for the Release/Version, this is for 20.1.
I'm moving a site from a staging site/db to a production site/db, and the import/export functionality for Websites, Sitemaps, and Content works fine, but as far as I can see, the equivalent functionality does not exist for Communities, and specifically for Blog posts and Announcements.
I am really ready to stop using iBO.NET for new development and I have largely moved to SOA for a lot of things however after recenlty reviewing the SOA samples, I am not clear on how to add / update user defined demographics with the SOA API. If anyone has a simple sample they can share I would really apppreciate it.
At SXSW, I learned about variety of topics, technical and otherwise. Most of my time was spent sitting on workshops, classes that last two and half hours. Here are some highlights:
Unstructure: Smashing the Boundaries of Data
In this workshop, we were given a history of databases, starting with the Aristotle’s classification system and how we eventually got to SQL. This overview was much appreciated since I have never taken a databases class before.
We did an interesting exercise where everyone in the class wrote up concepts related to music and put them into this google doc: docs.google.com/document/d/1b96NZI5NCSmbrZ6u3RgHLXyz9Z99EvLfcQDxukJx794/edit#heading=h.w9vmm0fjh7az. We then discussed different ways of categorizing this data. We then went to this page, a json database for a music events website called do512.com http://2014.do512.com/events.json (download JSON viewer for chrome first to see the database: chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jsonview/chklaanhfefbnpoihckbnefhakgolnmc). We got to see how they organize music related data.
At the end of the presentation, we got a look at newer, more flexible databases such as CouchDB. Unfortunately we didn’t have much time to go into this topic.
Accessibility: Make It Happen!
This workshop was an overview of best practices to make websites accessible to users with disabilities (visual, auditory, motor or cognitive).
The presentation started with an enlightening video given by two students from the Texas School for the Blind: www.youtube.com/watch. The students talked about how they loved to use the internet and expressed their frustration about dealing with inaccessible sites.
My notes from the presentation can be found here: docs.google.com/document/d/1_TvhyZ-G2ncutJlXI43rq_m4ydc-ohecoyfbCOtgckc/edit
We built a web application that was a simple Mad Libs program. The code is in this GitHub: github.com/kbekessy/NerdLibs_AngularSXSW. The finished code is in the “finish” folder. Unfortunately everyone on the class had a different web server setup so almost no one got the program working on their laptops. However, the presenters were able to get the application running on their laptop. Seeing their code was very helpful in learning how Angular works.
Pimp Your Pitch: Learn Visual Storytelling
This presentation was about giving a great presentation. This was my highlight of SXSW. Nancy Duarte gave the talk. She is the CEO of a firm that consults on presentations in Silicon Valley. She assisted with Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth presentation.
She gave a TED talk that is a condensed version of this workshop. You can find it here: www.ted.com/talks/nancy_duarte_the_secret_structure_of_great_talks . She talks about the similarities between Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech and Steve Jobs iPhone reveal keynote. The presentations are similar in that they both have a big idea and they constantly contrast between what is and what could be if we buy into that big idea.
Watch this TED talk. It’s great, only 20 minutes, and you can count it towards EQI.
Build Right: Build Responsively
This was an all day workshop given by two very knowledgable web designers/programmers from a website creation firm from Dayton, Ohio (my birthplace).
We’re on the frontier of responsive design as there has been an explosion of mobile devices. Responsive design allows your content to be displayed at fixed percentages of width and height based on different resolutions, making the UX more mobile friendly.
The first part of the presentation covered the design process needed to design website responsively. Although Agile wasn’t mentioned, a lot of the concepts were familiar to me. Content should be considered throughout website building process, not just near the end. The customer needs to be involved with decisions throughout the entire process too.
The concept of media queries was then introduced. We can set different percentages of width based on the screen resolution of the browser. The most interesting part of the presentation talked about how we organize these media queries into CSS files by modules. That way code is easily maintainable.
There was also discussion of CSS preprocessors such as SASS. These are cool since they allow us to use nesting, variable, and write function that generate CSS. They also allow importing, allows you to break up styles across multiple files.
Here are links to some example code using CSS preprocessor to do breakpoint based media queries:
After lunch we took a look at various design challenges for responsive design and possible solutions for them. These challenges included how to handle grids, layout, typography, images, and video.
The next section was about handling navigation in responsive web design. Many design patterns were reviewed. I also learned that “the hamburger” menu icon is everywhere yet it’s quite controversial whether it’s good design for a menu.