Videos and Tutorials

Kevin M Schreiner | Mar 29 2010 | 1 Comments

I've created a few new samples and videos today as a result of some Enterprise requests and have added the associated articles / videos / samples to the wiki:

The first identifies how to Assign to the Page title, both via a standard Assignment Action (non-Ajax) and via the Ajax (ows.Fetch). It contains two configuration samples and gives a solid representation of how to use the ows.Fetch functionality:
 http://www.openwebstudio.com/topic/Tutorial_Assigning_a_Page_Title.aspx

The next configuration walk through a sample which Uploads a file, and also provides verification of whether the file already exists. If so - a confirmation message is requested before the file is overwritten. This also provides a solid example of using ows.Fetch to facilitate the AJAX verification of the file before a byte of data for the actual file is transferred:
http://www.openwebstudio.com/topic/Tutorial_Uploading_Files_and_Verifying_that_they_exist.aspx

The Last walkthrough provides a sample of assigning to and retrieving from the Module Settings using the View and Settings configurations. This demonstration creates a module which keeps the user logged in and active even when they become idle for an extended period of time.
http://www.openwebstudio.com/topic/Tutorial_Using_Module_Settings.aspx

I hope you find these configurations useful, and can take from these sample to fulfill requirements of your own module interfaces.

Comments

# Mark Emmeron | Thursday, December 22, 2011 1:31 PM
Social media and blogs are something that have passed me by now that my 30+ year career is leaning towards retirement. But I have to say something about OWS and the effort that R2i has gone into developing a free, open-source product that has such tremendous utility to us non-purest .NET programmers. I continue to be amazed at the flexibility OWS offers in providing rich interface solutions to complement the DNN CMS platform. My only wish is that there be more community and industry support in making OWS more easily understandable, either through increased tutorials or documentation, as DNN is. May we all enjoy a prosperous New Year. //M. Emmerson
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