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it may be worth having a look at
As yahoo say:
Pipes is a powerful composition tool to aggregate,
manipulate, and mashup content from around the web.
I've been using pipes for some time to consolidate all of the
Umbraco related feeds into a single feed. Here is a shot of the GUI
when editing my pipe.
Once you have a pipe created it can be used to
syndicate the output in a number of formats.
It should be a relatively simple task to read an cache your pipe
RSS output to your Umbraco web server, possibly using some kind of
Macro, but I'd recommend using a scheduled task and simply writing
the feed to the file system as pipes with multiple feeds may impair
your page load time - if for example one
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 be reported in the package
Bug report forum.Over the next few weeks I'll blog more on displaying maps on the
front end of your web site and share a little more information on
calculating the distance between stored points.
I've update my Feed Cache for Umbraco package. The latest
version can be downloaded from the our.umbraco project page.The main update in this package is the addition of a
configuration GUI (see screenshot). The package now automatically
creates the scheduled task that it requires so no manual
configuration is necessary.The configuration GUI is a sub project that renders any
serialisable (.net) object as an HTML form. Changes made in the GUI
can then be submitted back to the server. This GUI will be a
standard part of any future packages.When I have time I'll record a screen cast demonstrating how
this works - including nested object collections to any depth. For
now just check out the update to Feed Cache.Comments, feedback
There was a very good web chat yesterday about the Umbraco 3.0 package repository.
Details are here. http://www.umbraco.org/10722.aspx
out your CMS within my organisation, I have to
migrate all of my users to be stored in a database table in a
custom schema defined by your CMS.I'm trying to define the layout for a web page using your CMS
but your templating language is completely... of my content, now I have to manually
enter keywords too.I'm performng an operation that takes some time, the status
screen is of the "white" and "blank" variety.I've had it with your browser GUI. I want to use Livewriter but
no API exists for me
comes with an installer
program.Yep. GUI and command line versions. Simplicity itself.My score: 5/52. Installing or uninstalling our software does not
require a reboot of your machine.Nope, but like Tom I question how useful this really is. In my... that before. Simple, as Tom says. I've just
learned that French for logout is "Se déconnecter".One point, if you customise the GUI and add custom menu Items
you don't appear to be able to "localise" those. I'm also pretty
sure that when you build a data... software comes with a fully templated "sample
web site" and sample workflows, which work
out-of-the-box.I agree with Tom about the example workflows. They cover some
sample scenarios for content publishing/deployment and I have often
A while back I posted a
Poll macro for Umbraco. There was a reasonable amount of
interest, so I posted the source.
As the original post says, this was just a very quick demo and I
thought that the method of storing responses would need
Niels posted a link to the
demo on the Umbraco site and
as a result it got several hundred responses which slows down
Umbraco when trying to acess the node where the responses are
stored in the GUI.
This post is just to advise against using this Macro on
production systems until I (or someone else) get the chance to
A web poll is a useful way of gathering opinions from your site users. It is also one of the most trivial pieces of web functionality that you could write.A friend who is a java developer and has never really used .net or Umbraco wanted to see a real world example, so I put this together for him real quick (he was impressed).http://darren-fergusoncom.site.securepod.com/development/polldemo.aspxI’ll look at releasing a package at some point. It is implemented as a Macro that takes a question and a delimited set of answers as parameters.
The TeamSite Formspublisher GUI is getting a little old. Although extremely powerful when it comes to capturing user input, it hasn’t always kept up with some of the advancements in Web GUI.Recently, I was asked to add a select dialogue to a TeamSite data-capture template that contained hundreds of options. Out of the box you could either have a massive scrolling select box or a callout that launched a pop-up window and displayed the data in some custom fashion, neither of which are a particularly pleasant user experience.The obvious UI pattern for choosing from a large data set is an “auto complete” control. jQuery provides a plugin to do all of the hard work for us.After a bit of hacking around I managed to get everything working nicely
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!