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For increased styling, layout, and functionality flexibility, jQuery can be employed to greatly enhance your workflow request and approval forms. Two examples are outlined in this document. A Simple Example shows and hides blocks of fields using CSS and injects labels to the right of some fields. An Advanced Example creates tabs, places controls / fields on the tabs, and inserts a Google Map for obtaining latitude and longitude coordinates.
Submitted by: stevewdj on Thu. 11.05.2009
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Technology Partners
Topic: Customizing, Designer, Developer, Developer Tools, Features, Forms, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Scripting, UserApp, Workflow
Product: Identity Manager
In this article, Neha Kanchan provides a series of steps which help to migrate from InstallShield based setup.exe to Windows based installer (msi).
It's pretty hard these days to miss all the hype around Apple's iPhone, iPod Touch and the App Store. Thousands of applications are available for just about anything you could think of and quite a few you might not want to think about. Until now a developer who wished to create applications for this fast growing market had to learn Apple's Objective-C. But no more!
Using MonoTouch (http://monotouch.net) developers can now use their Mono (or .NET) skills to create applications that run on the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
Domnic shares with us his favorite top 5 jQuery Plugins. Explore the power of jQuery plugins.