Welcome | Flask (A Python Microframework) Overview HTML5 Boilerplate - A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome. Learn Web Development with the Ruby on Rails Tutorial Pashua - Carsten Blüm: Mac Development Download Version: 0.9.5 (01/19/2014) 1.29 MB Mac OS X 10.6 or higher Processor: Intel Pashua is a tool for creating native Aqua dialog windows from programming languages that have none or only limited support for graphic user interfaces on Mac OS X. Currently, it supports AppleScript, Perl, PHP, Python, Groovy, Rexx, Ruby, shell scripts and Tcl—and if your favourite language is not included in this list: writing the glue code for communicating with Pashua is pretty simple. The GUI elements which can be used for such dialogs include text input fields (single-line and multi-line), checkboxes, radiobuttons, combo boxes, popup menus, open panels or buttons. Moreover, it's possible to embed images or PDFs. Any data submitted from the dialog will be passed on to the calling script, which can (of course) use it for anything. Screenshot An example Pashua dialog on Mac OS X 10.7 Three example windows on an older version of Mac OS X To define the dialog window, Pashua uses a very simple syntax.
The Elegant Ruby Web Framework - Padrino Ruby Web Framework Diem Content Management Framework | Diem CMF CMS for symfony | 5.8.5 RVM: Ruby Version Manager - RVM Ruby Version Manager - Documentation How to paginate, sort and search a table with Ajax and Rails · d Introduction and warnings Important warning : unfortunately, I don't have the opportunity to work on Rails anymore these days. So some points in this tutorial may be a bit outdated for the most recent versions of the framework. In this tutorial, we will try to use Ajax with Rails in order to display a table of items with several functionalities : pagination (split the table on several pages)sorting (table ordering by one of its column)searching (selecting items to be displayed with a query) A live demonstration of this application is available at : This is a very common task in web application development. The code which follows is highly inspired from several Rails wiki pages, in particular How to make a real-time search box with the Ajax helpers, and How to paginate with Ajax. Now, the warnings. In any case, don't hesitate to send me your feedbacks at the following address : Application installation and configuration Requirements Files Database $ rake db:migrate
Less Framework 4 I called Less Framework "a CSS grid system for designing adaptive websites". It was basically a fixed-width grid that adapted to a couple of then popular screen widths by shedding some of its columns. It also had matching typographic presets to go with it, built with a modular scale based on the golden ratio. The resources it was originally published with are still available on GitHub. Contrary to how most CSS frameworks work, Less Framework simply provided a set of code comments and visual templates, instead of having predefined classes to control the layout with. This is how I still work today and definitely a method I advocate. /* Default Layout: 992px. Less Framework was popular in the early days of responsive design. Eventually, I moved on from fixed-width grid systems and worked on a fully fluid-width one, in the form of Golden Grid System. Less Framework's popularity was helped by the following contributions and the lovely people behind them (dead links crossed off):