MooTools v/s jQuery

MooTools is a perfectly solid and acceptable JavaScript library and its’ recommend that you add it to your list of known technologies rather than tear it out and replace with JQuery. Mixing the two is not a good idea as you’re likely to encounter obscure difficulties to debug conflicts.  Normally when you see a title like jQuery v/s MooTools you…

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MOOTOOLS

MooTools is a compact, modular, Object-Oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer which can spice up the interactivity and beauty of a site. User Interface plays an important role in the success of any website; JavaScript, CSS and AJAX are commonly used to provide users the leisure of rich user interface over past few years. But…

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HTML5 Advantages/Disadvantages

HTML5 is cooperation between the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG). WHATWG was working with web forms and applications, and W3C was working with XHTML 2.0. In 2006, they decided to cooperate and create a new version of HTML. Mutuality To build interactive websites that includes animations, stream video, audio and Social…

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ZF Transfer Control

One of the powerful components of Zend Framework is the Zend_File_Transfer component which is useful while uploading and downloading files from a user’s computer to a Web server. This component is more flexible than handling uploads; it can also be used to transfer files using protocols such as FTP. It comes with built-in validators for files plus functionality to change…

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Zf Writing Custom Helpers

The class name must, at the very minimum, end with the helper name itself, using MixedCaps. E.g., if you were writing a helper called “Testhelper”, the class name would minimally need to be “Testhelper”. We should give the class name a prefix, and it is recommended that you use ‘View_Helper’ as part of that prefix: “My_View_Helper_Testhelper”. (Now you will need…

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Zend JSON Helper

JSON stands for Java script Object Notation.JSON is used for storing and exchanging text information .It is much like XML.It is “self-describing” and easy to understand. In Zendframework when we create views that  returns the JSON , it’s important to also set the appropriate response header. The JSON view helper does exactly that. In addition, by default, it disables layouts (if currently enabled),…

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ZEND HeadScript Helper

In  HTML  <script> element tag  is used to provide client-side scripting e.g  javascript or it points the external script file through src attribute. The HeadScript helper supports the following methods for setting and adding scripts: To put the script in a specific order we use append,prepend,offsetSet directives. 1. appendFile($src, $type = ‘text/javascript’, $attrs = array()) Parameters: $src=we will provide the source file…

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Smoke Testing

Smoke testing is the initial testing process to check whether the software under test is ready/stable for further testing. The term ‘Smoke Testing’ is came from the hardware testing; in the hardware testing initial pass is done to check if it did not catch the fire or smoked in the initial switch on. In this testing few test cases are…

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Automation Testing

It is a process in which all the drawbacks of manual testing are over come properly and provides speed and accuracy to the existing testing phase. Automation Testing is not a replacement for manual testing it is just a continuation for a manual testing in order to provide speed and accuracy. Drawbacks of Automation Testing: 1. Cost effective. 2. Can’t…

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Partial VS Helper In Zendframework

Across a site we will have to reuse certain view elements so a better way is to provide grouping of repeated complex code to a separate class or file and use it anywhere with a much shorter statement across a site. When we are working with view in zend framework the shorter statement which is used to access a complex…

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