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a bunch of files to disc, XML, JSON or whatever – but I’d specify that they should be files and not a database.
For two reasons. First the problem of synchronising files between two places is a problem that has been solved a million times over... our Umbraco content to XML. All integer ID’s are replaced with (X)Paths and property values are scanned for ID’s which again are replaced with paths – this allows Umbraco picker data types to function correctly.
Each node serialises to one XML file... discover instances of our ContentConvertor interface at this point, in case we want something other than the DMCF XML that we output (Darren’s made up content format TM), in theory we could have our content represented as XML, JSON, generated as static
use to produce my comments RSS is as follows:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<xsl:output method="xml" omit-xml-declaration="yes
I have created an Umbraco package that updates your Twitter status when you publish
certain types of document. You can download
it here. I never thought I'd get into twitter but a number of
friends and techies use it to micro blog what they are interested
in or indeed what they are blogging.
The package is an Umbraco action handler. After install the
configuration can be found in
/umbraco/plugins/FergusonMoriyama/AutoTweet/twitter.config and is
A while back I read Ismail's post on NClassifier. I've always been interested in content intelligence and decided to look into auto tagging blog posts and creating document summaries.I'm not new to this game and I still feel that humans do a much better job of summarising text than machines, however the tagging using the BayesianClassifier works quite well.I've put together a very simple demo which classifies blog posts based on this simple xml configuration. If you click through to the detail view of any blog post, you'll see the result of the classification just before the comments.Ultimately, I'd probably implement this as an Umbraco actionhandler which sets metadata against items as they are published, but for now classification runs
manipulate the content we would need to do something more complex,
perhaps parsing the post content as XML so we have a notion of node
structure.Solution #2 is to put parsing back into the hands of the user,
only parsing blocks of text
I've released a new version of my Google maps datatype for
Umbraco. The new package and the documentation are available from
project page.Here is a summary of the new features and enhancements:Added a clear button to remove a stored location.Moved all CSS from user control to external CSS file to allow
user to alter map appearance.Added support for default map locations on a per domain
basis.GUI based configuration of datatype, no need to edit XML config
files any more.Config GUI can be added to Umbraco dashboard.General code/markup cleanup.For me, the datatype is now pretty much feature complete. If
you'd like to see anything else added, you can submit a request in
feature request forum. Bugs can
the above now allows us to do the common task that is paging
using "for loops" in XSLT :)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE xsl:stylesheet [
<!ENTITY nbsp " ">
exclude-result-prefixes="msxml umbraco.library Level2Course.XsltExtensions.SyntaxHighlighter">
<xsl:output method="xml" omit-xml-declaration="yes"/>
<xsl:param name="itemsPerPage" select="2
, users, document types or any other Umbraco
Workflow GUI can be written for your language of choice without
rebuilding - you simply provide an XML file for the appropriate
Workflow tasks are POCOs which are decorated
own log file. Start by opening up
Take a copy of the Xml node that begins:
And give it a different and unique name attribute. Also, specify
a path to your... and
also log to a database, XML file or even email.
That is all for now - happy logging.
Sorry I haven't blogged much this year - I will try to do
better in 2013.
to modify the following XML to specify where you are
running Umbraco 5 from.