Archive for October 2007
The solution consist of 2 parts:
1. There is a new View Helper to create an Ajax-enabled form.
In addition the form itself listens to submission result events and (by default) marks input elements if they are invalid.
a) detects whether the request was received from Ajax.
b) if true, will not render the view, but instead will output with the input validation information, if either.
Well, the development is not really over yet, but what I originally wanted to say is I’ve just realized how I miss writing good old JS. 🙂
Just wrote the subject related article here.
The article explains the concept of editor caret position based Unit Testing of editor links and code completion in PDT.
Surprise! It’s possible with neither patching nor hacking. I’m not going to show the exact steps of this, but the idea is very simple:
As you probably
don’t know, to debug URL on a server which has Zend Debugger installed it’s enough to pass several simple parameters with the HTTP request (either in the query string or as cookies), like client IP and port, debug type etc., to start the debug session. Afterwards the debugger contacts the client machine, where a Neon’s Debug Daemon listens for incoming connections. The Daemon then raises up a new Launch Configuration.
Moreover, if you enabled all-pages (cookie based) PHP debugging, it will go further with your AJAX (AJAH/AJAJ) requests!
Today I found that the new version 7.10 of Kubuntu just released.
Since my only Linux machine is in the office and I’m at home today, I’ve started to upgrade the system via VNC. And now I’m wondering will it allow me also to finish with it. 🙂
Final: Well, the upgrade succeeded from the 3rd attempt. The system seems working a bit faster, probably because of KDE major upgrade.