Zurmo – How the Source Code is Organized – Part 3

In previous posts on this topic we learned how to locate and distinguish between the official Zurmo remote source code repository on Bitbucket, and the source code that is running on your hosted installation, or instance of Zurmo CRM. We also reviewed two different ways that you can browse the Zurmo file structure. In this post, you get a reference, “cheat-sheet” which describes the purpose of each of the directories in the Zurmo file system.

Starting from the root of your zurmo installation: (~/www/zurmo/ on Arvixe) Learn More

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Using jQuery and Web API to Create Your Own Analytics

I know that it is hard to believe but sometimes you might need more than Google analytics to help determine users’ interactions on a site. For example, suppose you have several links on your page that allow users to move up and down to certain sections on the page. Or suppose you have a single page app that the users stays on and completes everything on one page. You could investigate Google’s _trackEvent(category, action, opt_label, opt_value, opt_noninteraction) but maybe this is an internal web site that you really don’t want Google to track. Using a little jquery and some code you can create your very own analytics. Learn More

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Set Workflow Users Alfresco jBPM Workflow

In any business process normally there are multiple different users involved at different levels of that process. Those stack holders are very crucial part of any Business process so whenever we try to implement any workflow (Business Process) within alfresco we need to identify those different users , create those user of groups within alfresco and then set them as assignee for respective task of process.

Let us go through each of these steps in details. Learn More

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