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  1. How to Install WordPress: The Application

    In this introductory series for how to achieve some tasks in WordPress, we've talked about themes and plugins and how to install our web server. The one thing we haven't covered, though, is how to install WordPress.In this tutorial, I'm going to walk through the process of downloading a copy of the WordPress source code and how to set it up on your local machine. If you haven't read any of the other articles in this series, that's okay;…

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    1. Create a Dashboard Module in OpenCart

      In this article, I'll demonstrate how to create a custom dashboard module in OpenCart. The dashboard modules provide a high-level view of the happenings and statistics of the store. Although you'll find certain useful dashboard modules already in the core itself, sometimes you want to be more specific about the information which is going to be displayed. Thus, you end up creating your custom dashboard module.Today, we'll create an…

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    1. How to Create a Custom Library in OpenCart

      Although OpenCart provides lots of features in the core itself, you'll often find yourself in the situation in which you'll want to integrate a third-party library with it. OpenCart has a concept of the library which provides a common set of APIs for day-to-day operations like interacting with the configuration system or database system, dealing with an email system, etc. Today, we'll see how you could implement your own custom library…

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    1. Checklist for Delivering a WordPress Project

      When you finish coding and designing a website, it doesn't necessarily mean that your job is over and ready to be delivered. You need to make sure that your client doesn't have a hard time with the website in the future. So, you need to take some last steps.In this tutorial, I'm going to show you what to do before handing over the finished website to your client.Finishing Touches Before Handing Over to the ClientIt's not just me:…

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    1. Rapid Web Application Development With Meteor

      What You'll Be CreatingMeteor provides you with a fast development workflow that will create isomorphic web apps that ‘just work’. The Meteor architecture is truly beautiful in that it will update all clients connected to your app simultaneously, straight out of the box. This has huge implications for creating reactive web apps.Installing Meteor Meteor is built with ease of use in mind, and thankfully this philosophy is carried…

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    1. How to Install WordPress: The Server Software

      For some, signing up for a blog on WordPress.com is the easiest process for setting up a blog, but if you're looking to download a copy of the WordPress software and install it on a your local machine (that is, your laptop or desktop), then there are some other prerequisites.Throughout this series, we've covered how to do things like Install a WordPress Theme and How to Install a WordPress Plugin, but we haven't actually covered how to…

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    1. Validating Data With JSON-Schema, Part 2

      In the first part of this tutorial, you learned how to create quite advanced schemas using all available validation keywords. Many real-world examples of JSON data are more complex than our user example. An attempt to put all the requirements to such data in one file may lead to very a large schema that may also have a lot of duplication.Structuring Your SchemasThe JSON-schema standard allows you to break schemas into multiple parts.…

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    1. Explore REST APIs in OpenCart 2.0: Part Two

      In this series, we're discussing the REST APIs in OpenCart. In the first part, we went through the setup of API user credentials from the back-end. In this part, we'll extend it and go through the rest of the examples, showing how to set shipping, payment and customer related data in the cart. Finally, we'll conclude the article by placing an order!If you haven't gone through the first part yet, I would recommend that you go through it.…

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