Posts Tagged ‘Tutorials
In order to use this jQuery Datepicker you only have to point to the correct elements with a CSS3 selector, for example if I have a input with id = datepicker then to attached the jQuery Datepicker to that element I would use the following code.
As many of you know Oracle is the top leader on Database Performance and Management, there are many databases on the market but believe me at my Job I work with thousands of records on Oracle, I mean thousands. I will not take away the credit on the other Databases though. On this tutorial I will guide you through the installation process on Windows 7.
I am creating a PHP library to work with different databases, right now it includes connections for MySQL and Oracle, and this is why I am making this tutorial because before you connect to Oracle you must have it on you system.
I let you know that if you have installed Oracle before then this tutorial will help you only as a reference, otherwise keep reading a follow the steps.
1.- DOWNLOADING ORACLE
2.- Selecting the Windows Version.
Here you will select the version for your Operating System on this time we are selecting the 32 Bits version.
I would like to show you a diagram of the application flow so click it to enlarge.
As you can see the application will load the information when the page loads, this is why the tutorial is Part 1, on further tutorial the information will not be loaded until the user type the information to search. Now, the code.
I have created a few post about how to Search, Update and Delete data from a MySQL Database with PHP and PDO. Those tutorials are quite simple (but not dynamically enough, they don't use Ajax), but they are very important to catch the flow of this tutorial if you have never worked with this technologies. The tutorials are in Spanish so if you really need them in English I will be glad to translate them.
Something that I would like to remark is that you can get the scripts at the end of the tutorial.
In order to create a nice look and feel to the page I have implemented the framework Boostrap, but if you don't want to focus on the look and feel you only have to focus on the Form, the event to Fire the Ajax request and the server to process your request.
The next flow chart will show the path that we are going to cover to complete our Ajax search:
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Mucho se ha hablado sobre el uso de Ajax en la Web moderna, para muchos esto parece algo tan complejo que mejor prefieren estar trabajando su aplicaciones web en una forma tradicional, claro, Ajax es algo complicado porque nos permite tener interacción con el servidor de una manera tan dinámica que no necesitamos recargar nuestro sitio Web completo para obtener una respuesta.
Antes de hablar de Ajax de jQuery voy a dar un antecedente de lo que es Ajax, porque si no sabemos de dónde viene no podemos comprender su uso. Una vez que entendamos como funciona Ajax, mostrare su uso a través de la librería jQuery, el cual es nuestro objetivo.