PHP Operators. Tutorial by Matt Doyle | Level: Beginner | Published on 1 June 2009 Categories: Learn how to use PHP operators in your scripts.
This object contains many methods that allow you to write to the Firebug console to expose information that is flowing through your scripts.  Commands  console.log(object[, object, ...]) JSend. What?
- Put simply, JSend is a specification that lays down some rules for how JSON responses from web servers should be formatted. Learn REST: A Tutorial. Kganser.com. Js - jQuery plugin for HTML5+JSON interactive tables and more. Demo Processing...
To get started, simply install jquery.dynatable.js (along with jQuery), and add the following in the document.ready or after the table: $('#my-table').dynatable(); How it works Dynatable does three things: Read / Normalize The HTML table is scanned and normalized into an array of JSON objects (or collection) where each JSON object (or record) corresponds to a row in the table. This 3-step approach has several advantages: Efficient reading/operating/writing Since the logic and operations occur on the JSON collection, the DOM operations (reading and writing/drawing) are grouped together, making interactions quick and efficient. Normalization The first module normalizes an HTML table into a JSON collection. jQuery editTable Plugin. Download Demo jQuery editTable is a very small jQuery Plugin (~1Kb gzipped) that fill the gap left by the missing of a default input field for data tables. jQuery editTable can be used both in ajax and/or HTTP POST contest and let you preset the title and number of columns or just let complete freedom to the user.
You can even append custom behaviors to single column cells (ex. jQuery UI Datepicker). jQuery editTable is a very small jQuery Plugin (~1Kb gzipped) that fill the gap left by the missing of a default input field for data tables. jQuery editTable can be used both in ajax and/or HTTP POST contest and let you preset the title and number of columns or just let complete freedom to the user. You can even append custom behaviors to single column cells (ex. jQuery UI Datepicker). The only limit is your imagination! To use it you just have to include jQuery and a copy of the plugin in your head or footer: There are of course many methods which can be used on the created table. Falcor: Retrieving Data from the Server. Falcor: One Model Everywhere. One Model Everywhere Falcor lets you represent all your remote data sources as a single domain model via a virtual JSON graph.
You code the same way no matter where the data is, whether in memory on the client or over the network on the server. The Data is the API. Dimitri Gielis Blog (Oracle Application Express - APEX): January 2015. I doubted to set the title of this post to "Running APEX 4.2 and 5.0 in the same Oracle instance", but decided not to do that, but that is basically what I will do.
Before going into details, I'll share my architecture. In December 2013 I wrote it was time to update your APEX environment and I gave a quick overview of the architecture we're using. I thought it's time to review that post, so below you find how my preferred APEX architecture is today and tomorrow (once APEX 5 is production). I'm using Apache as a reverse proxy in front of Tomcat. I'm not going in too much detail about which version to take: Apache v2.2 vs 2.4 and Tomcat v7 vs 8.
For an outline of what Active Resource is capable of, see its README. Automated mapping Active Resource objects represent your RESTful resources as manipulatable Ruby objects. To map resources to Ruby objects, Active Resource only needs a class name that corresponds to the resource name (e.g., the class Person maps to the resources people, very similarly to Active Record) and a site value, which holds the URI of the resources. Quickstart — Guzzle documentation. Guzzle provides several methods of uploading data. You can send requests that contain a stream of data by passing a string, resource returned from fopen, or a GuzzleHttp\Stream\StreamInterface object to the body request option. You can easily upload JSON data using the json request option. POST Requests In addition to specifying the raw data of a request using the body request option, Guzzle provides helpful abstractions over sending POST data.
Sending POST Fields Sending application/x-www-form-urlencoded POST requests requires that you specify the body of a POST request as an array. Python-json-rpc – JSON-RPC. There are two implementations hosted on json-rpc.org: The old one which has support for JSON-RPC over TCP and HTTP. And there is the rewrite of JSON-RPC for python, it is described in this document.
You can browse the code or check it out using subversion from the bzr repository. The current implementation provides functionality for making JSON-RPC services available through CGI and through a mod-python handler. It also provides an easy to use proxy class for calling JSON-RPC services from python. Installation ¶ Python-json-rpc – JSON-RPC.