A note to myself on how to get a quick insight in the content in a ZODB.
Articles for “development”
For about a month I have served this website using the CloudFlare free plan. This article describes what I observed.
On Wednesday the 12th of December, Goldmund, Wyldebeast & Wunderliebe organised a Diazo workshop. Douwe van der Meij and Kim Chee Leong introduced us to the wonderful world of theming Plone the easy way (my words, not theirs). Since this workshop took a full day, this is not a complete summary but a more an extended version of the notes I took during the day.
In this article I share the podcasts listen to on my daily commute.
While working on a client project, I created an (Archetypes based)
content type with a text field. After adding a custom view as the
default view, I got an
AttributeError when I tried to add a new object.
For years web development was quite predictable. The resolution of the average screen slowly but steadily increased, bandwidth became less of an issue and everything was good. Then smartphones became mainstream. Suddenly we have to make sure our websites are also accessible on small screens. And bandwidth may also be limited to a few kilobytes per second. In other words: new challenges. But how are we responding to them?
Are you using a jQuery plugin, for instance
jQuery UI, to spice up the Django admin site?
Then you might get either an error like “foo is not a function”
(Firebug) or “Object … has no method foo”
(Chrome Developer Tools). Confused
foo should be defined in the plugin? Don’t worry, the
solution is simple.
A lightning talk by Thijs Jonkman at the Dutch Plone User Day once again brought Compass to my attention. I’ve read about it on other occasions, but I never actually tried it. But Thijs really wet my appetite.
This article is a short example of how to use a list as a value of a dict when using plone.app.registry. Perhaps a similar example is already in the docs, but I could not find it when I was looking for it. And since it took me some trial and error to get it right, I figured I could just as well post my solution.