Play Framework - Build Modern & Scalable Web Apps with Java and Scala SVG World Map Download WorldMap - 1.31 MB Table of Contents Introduction Given the latest developments in the technology area (dear future reader: this is September 2010), we have been flooded with news and also facts stating that web development is going to receive much more focus from now on. Also, the fact that some important mobile browsers (such as Safari in iPad, iPhone) and IE10 in Windows 8 Metro (notice that here I'm talking about the Metro interface, made for tablets, not Windows 8 for desktops/notebooks) do not/will not support plug-ins such as Flash and Silverlight. After some months playing with the basics of HTML5, I was waiting for the right moment to do something with SVG. System Requirements In order to run the SVG World Map sample attached to this article, you must have a browser that supports HTML5 SVG: Internet Explorer 8 or superior Firefox Safari Chrome The Case for SVG jQuery SVG Plug-in jQuery SVG is an awesome plug-in created by Keith Wood. var myDiv = $('#myDiv'); Some Sample Code
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Getting Started Database setup with DBTestCase subclass Step 2: Extend the DBTestCase class Now you need to create a test class. One way to use Dbunit is to have the test class extend the DBTestCase class. DBTestCase extends the JUnit TestCase class. A template method is required to be implemented: getDataSet() to return the dataset you created in step 1. You may also use a subclasses of DBTestCase, such as one of these: The following is a sample implementation that returns a connection to a Hypersonic database and a xml dataset: Alternatively, PrepAndExpectedTestCase: (see the class JavaDoc) TODO add example here Step 3: (Optional) Implement getSetUpOperation() and getTearDownOperation() methods By default, Dbunit performs a CLEAN_INSERT operation before executing each test and performs no cleanup operation afterward. The following example demonstrates how you can easily override the operation executed before or after your test. Step 4: (Optional) Override method setUpDatabaseConfig(DatabaseConfig config)
Google Charts in ASP.NET Introduction Through this article, I'll try to explain how we can use Google charts for reporting purposes in ASP.NET web applications. Report generation is something quite common and we need to generate self explanatory and good looking reports to the users almost every time. Google has its own, very awesome and simple application for charting purposes which we will be using here. So to brief stuff down, let’s look at one example. Visit the below link: In the chart, you can clearly see the chart title as “Amount Collection”. Now let’s go through all the parameters that we need to pass to get the required charts. The above mentioned parameters are just the basic ones that you will need to plot charts. Till now, we were just discussing about Google charts. You can refer the below code for much better understanding. Reference Creating Charts with the Google Chart API by Scott Mitchell
The Scala Programming Language jQuery tooltip with Ajax tooltip datasource with gridview Download jQuery Tooltip With Ajax tooltip datasource in Gridview - 4.57 KB Introduction This morning I was trying to integrate jQuery tooltip plugin with grid view. Using the Code The grid view used in this case has the following content: Now on hover of the last delivery date, I am passing Vendor no and item id to the web method. After content is loaded, the following UI is displayed For using this code, we need to have the jQuery and tooltip plugin files. For ease, I am using in memory object as the datasource of the grid as follows: The web method is returning some static HTML for tooltip as below. Here comes the core part of the article. It's very simple.
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