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Ionic 2 components (Part 1)

Let's learn some of the useful components in ionic 2. "Action sheet" - Action sheets are nothing but a dialog in which the user can choose from a set of options. It is normally shown as a popup above the page. This action sheet contains an array of buttons with properties such as

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Creating a simple search page in Ionic 2 application

An ionic search bar can be created to bind to a model so that when ever there is any change in that element will emit an input change. (ionInput) attribute callback will be triggered. In this below example we are going to create a search page to list a list of topics that can be filtered using search bar

Add below code in .html file

Drupal 6: Database Select, Insert, Update and Delete Query with example

In Drupal system have its own query builder it will create a query on Drupal way and sent to the Database server. To run a Database query we have built our condition on a specific format. The function db_query() function helps us to achieve run database queries in Drupal 6. The below is the syntax and example using a different type of Database queries.

Drupal 8 Composer Workflow

The Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It manages to Install and update libraries that project managers. This session elaborate about how composer is used in Drupal 8. In Drupal Composer is inspired from node's NPM and ruby's bundler. Composer manages packages/libraries per project on the particular directory (by Default directory Vendor), so it has more features then Package managers.

Drupal and security - Advice for Site Builders and Coders

The primary goal of this session is to give people a solid basis in the most common security issues so they can quickly identify those security issues. From there, we'll move into some other common pain-points of site builders like frequently made mistakes, modules to enhance security, and evaluating contributed module quality.

Drupal Coding Standards - do and don't

In each and every language there is a need of following coding standards. The Coding standard will differ based on each language. This article will demonstrate the coding standard we should following for Drupal Content Management System(CMS). This article compares coding standards for both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 with some demos. Also, it will support the best approach to hack the Drupal Core and Contrib modules.

Drupal 8 : Introduction to Big Pipe

The Big Pipe is the new methodology for loading web pages. While using Big Pipe concept it will split request into multiple requests this request is sent parallel for the server. The server completes its first request from multiple, then sent the response to the browser. The Browser will not wait for all responses. Whenever it will receive a response it will render output.

Drupal 7: CTools adding CSS to Modal window with example[ctools_add_css()]

In Drupal core the function drupal_add_css() help us to achieve adding CSS for a specific pages. The CTools modal popup will not support core drupal_add_css() functions. We have to use CTools functions for adding CSS files to modal window. The function ctools_add_css() will help to adding CSS files into modal popup windows. The function accepts filename, Module name and path for adding the CSS file.