Creating a Custom MojoPortal Solution: Part 2 – The Source Code Way

Hi! Carole Bennett again, with Part 2 of “Creating a Custom MojoPortal Solution”. Today, we’ll talk about one of the biggest reasons for using a source code installation of MojoPortal – the ability to add custom code and features.

I won’t re-hash Joe Audette’s “Building a Guestbook” video series that gives you a step-by-step tutorial on building a custom app, though I’m happy to answer questions regarding anything I have covered today. Instead, I’ll show you what you can do after you have built a custom module. Learn More

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The Prospect of HTML5

HTML5 has become the most popular item in the web field due to the fact that all web applications are based on HTML (Hypertext Mark Language). Despite the diversity of Background-Technology, the Foreground still focuses on Browser and HTML, because only HTML can be rendered into readable content for users. What revolutions could the newborn HTML5, which is promoted enthusiastically by Browser companies, bring about?

Compared to the prevalent technology Ajax, which emerged a few years ago, some technicians have begun using HTML5, but are not completely familiar with it. Recently, Apple began to move towards HTML5. Also, a well-known web designer, Eric Meyer, announced some news about the extension of HTML5, and showed some application areas of HTML5 in the future.

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How to Add the Facebook “Like” Button for TomatoCart

There are currently more than 500 million active users spending over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook, according to Facebook’s own data.

To convert those users into customers, you can add a “Like” button with Facebook’s API.

It only takes a few minutes to tap into the Facebook community. Learn More

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