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Friday, 23 October 2020 15:57

Learn CSS Grid in 20 Minutes

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Friday, 23 October 2020 15:54

CSS Grid Layout Crash Course

In this video we will look at the new CSS Grid layout and how to create grid based layouts and alignments. We will look at properties for containers and items.
Wednesday, 21 October 2020 16:23

JAB18 - Using Joomla Component Builder


by Marco Dings Joomla Component Builder (JCB) is but one of the solutions to helping you build your component. Until now JCB has kept out much of the spotlight, but it is definitively an alternative to consider. JCB has been around for quite some time it is opensource and as such its "free", it recently stepped up its documentation effort. There is a learning curve to using JCB as the tool was initially setup with a developer mind. Having said that, that is what kind of attracted me to it as one of the features allows for modification of any of the generated source-code which then is "imported" back into the builder so when you "regenerate" you will not loose them. Theoretically that could mean that when going to joomla 4 ( when support is ready ) you can compile/regenerate and have a joomla 4 component. JCB supports many standard joomla concept so you get ACL, multilingual, version-history, categories, repeatable sub-form fields out of the box, as well as support for bs3, ui-kit, bs4 . In this session want to share with you experiences based on the use-case of a website i was volunteered/drafted to by my son Alex. Since the area to be covered is so complex i will not be able to cover all, but it should give a good impression if it would to the job for you.
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by Juan Sánchez Creating Joomla extensions is not only for experienced developers. If you have little to no coding experience but would like to learn the basics, you also can create custom Joomla components. In this talk, non developers will be introduced to the basics of building a Joomla Component. Concepts such as php and how a database works will be explained in a simple language and finally, Juan will put it all together and build a fully working component.
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Joomla community member Matt Thomas gives a detailed introduction to using GIT with Joomla development environments. He discusses with GSoC students the ways of GIT, and provides some useful and helpful hints in making GIT work for you. This is a part of the Joomla's Google Summer of Code Program, 2012. More information on Joomla's Google Summer of Code Program is available here:
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Wednesday, 21 October 2020 05:55

JWC15 - Mobile apps development for Joomla

2015 Joomla World Conference in Bangalore, India. November 6-8. Sunday
- ARC Room Mobile apps development for Joomla with Anibal Sanchez Mobile web-based applications are the best choice for individual, small and large businesses developers to provide a way to continue a website experience. This alternative allows you to work directly in the mobile environment with nothing but JavaScript and HTML / CSS, using technologies such as PhoneGap, Ionic and AngularJS Framework.
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2016 Joomla World Conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada November 11-13, 2016
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Tuesday, 20 October 2020 20:21

Joomla Framework Development

J and Beyond e.V.

In this session you'll learn the basics for creating an application using the Joomla Framework. We will explore the benefits of Composer, installing and configuring the framework, and how to begin developing your custom application. This is an intermediate to advanced topic. Sprecher David Hurley

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