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Three and a half chilli rated
Address details and our original thoughts are here.
We went back to Viet Anh as the chef has changed and the quality
was much better as the new rating reflects.
Good for: The spiciest base stock.
Bad for: People in a hurry (slow service).
Four chilli Rated
207 Liverpool Road, Islington, London N1 1LX
Our comment: First rate. Wonderfully spicy base stock, go for a
large number 26.
to around 700 command line arguments).
# equivalent of 'extends'
use base qw(TeamSite::WFtask);
use constant MAX_ATTACHED_FILES => 600;
# Methods that exist in the base class...!");
# Call the base class method.
Finally: I'm aware that the "Too many arguments issue" can be
removed by adding the following to iw.cfg:[workflow]external_task_add_filelist=false
My blog has been running Umbraco for 5 years and it needed a
little TLC. With origins in Umbraco 2.0.6 running on .NET 1.1 there
was a lot of clutter going on and templates with very strange names
So i've undertaken a little spring cleaning:
Upgraded to Umbraco 4.7
Set up auto tagging of posts using the awesome OpenCalais API
Rewritten search to use Umbraco Examine
Highlighted search results
Used Umbraco base AJAX to start suggesting results...
highlighting up and running quickly.
Finally to have a look at Base AJAX search results in action
just start typing a search term in the search box in the
right hand column. As soon as a match is found a window will pop up
Inheriting from Base Workflow task is the easiest way to get
public class BitLyUrlShorteningTask : BaseWorkflowTask, IRunnableWorkflowTask
Your class should tell the designer about its possible outcomes
using the AvailableTransitions List
Workflow tasks must always be marked as
public BitLyUrlShorteningTask() : base()
// A workflow task should let the designer know what possible outcomes....
// An Entity Ui describes how the workflow task is rendered in the workflow Designer
// Describe the workflow transition
TransitionDescriptions.Add("done", "URL Was shortened
", HasChildActionDashboards = true)]
public class DashboardController : BaseEditorController
public DashboardController(IBackOfficeRequestContext requestContext)
public... pass in true to
Inherit from the base
Mark your action with
the ChildActionOnly attribute
into plain English this just means here is a URL, get me some content.
The CacheLessRuntimeContentService gets content from disc every time you ask for it. it also acts as a base class for other implementations of the content service which override certain... on.
In a cached content service GetContent is overridden to look in the Cache and fall-back to the base method in the cache less implementation.
So what is missing from Part 3 is traversal. I'm going to try and explain this in words, but it is probably
Recently I've been building a lot of sites that make use of AJAX
using extJS and jQuery, but hadn't really worked with
any AJAX in .net.As an experimental project I decide to build unobtrusive AJAX
looked at Page Methods and Umbraco base but in the end went with
the UpdatePanel in order to use the standard asp.net validation
controls and a ValidationSummary. In my mind the main disadvantage
of UpdatePanel - aka partial page loads - is the amount of data
dropping support between versions of their product. This simply
isn't on. If you have previously supported IE6, have not informed
your user base that you are dropping IE6 support then you should be
committed to support until