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I've created a package that allows you to create PDFs from
Umbraco using XSL-FO. You can download the package from our.umbraco.org
The video below is a demonstration of the package
I've made some investments in buying the technology to do the
XSL-FO transformation so this will be a commercial package.
Details of how to buy are available here.
to get real.
I always find that there is nothing like a real project when
learning a technology. I'd spent the last couple of weeks deciding
what would be my proof of concept project, a little afraid to
commit a client to such as breaking piece... the types of
work we do and that obviously impacts the content we serve. From
being a pure services company we now sell some products and as we
provide training for which we need to take bookings.
In performing this technology refresh we'll get... to move forward with what I have and address it as the
first issue post go live.
The blog series
I'll aim to write each step of this development up as I work on
it. I'll do my best to use screencasts and screen grabs where
production environment - and what kind of hardware
resources it requires. I'm also wondering where the revenue comes
from - If we get IDOL server for free what do we have to buy? Are
we getting hooked on this new technology first and the paid... references
to Autonomy technology being market leading with "no competitors".
Interestingly some of those who had worked with IDOL referred to it
as "dated" and "clunky" in private conversations. I'm yet to get my
teeth stuck into IDOL personally so I'll...
for the software in a very short space of time.A few moans:I didn't like the fact that the executive Q&A session wasn't
opened up to the floor, we had to provide our questions on paper at
the end of the first session and they were vetted over the
Will be my first commercial product featuring, one click backup
of files, ACLs and SQL server data.
So a little while later than planned I'm taking the next steps
with building the new Ferguson Moriyama site
with Umbraco 5. Since last time I
wrote I've upgraded to Umbraco to the RTM
release, but I've also upgraded the office PC so it is hard to
comment on performance.
site and also trying to output some of the site navigation.
Adding some style
Umbraco - as a pedant I'd prefer that my site didn't
reveal the technology that was powering it. This happens as the
Scripts tree maps to ~/Scripts/Umbraco - I hope there is a
way around this.
I copy some images
on each request.If you are wondering what the purpose of this is, think about the technology behind Amazon recommendations and numerous sites that implement 'you may be interested in this' functionality. Once your content is classified, it isn't too
on the training so there are no
firm details yet but you can keep up to date by following @fmoriyama on twitter or by
sending me an email using this contact
form.One of the first tasks is to update my site giving full details
of what the training involves along with the prices, practicalities
and sign up forms. You can expect this information to be online
towards the end of this week.Finally if you want the chance to be among the first to be
Umbraco Level 2 certified in the UK then read on.Within... a
trainer you'll get a discount of nearly half the usual price.Places on this course are on a first come first served basis so
please email with your details as soon as possible.Hope to be training you soon!
After several months waiting for approval the Intro website is live.
Umbraco feeds XML to a flash front end build by
web maestro Rich Salter.
Site design was done internally by Intro.
Believe it or not, despite all of my interest in Umbraco, this
is my first site to go live other than my own domain!
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My list of archived content by month in the right hand side
navigation of this page was getting a little long. The following
jQuery script replaces the un-ordered list with a select input
which takes up much less page real estate.
The page still looks the same to any passing search engines
var archiveContent = '';
archiveContent += '<option value="'+$('a:first', this).attr('href')
archiveContent = '<li>\n<form id="archiveForm"><select
archiveContent += '</select><input type="submit" value="go