In this series of posts, I’ll be going hands on with this new release and installing and configuring the majority of the components; some of them, such as Analysis Cubes for Excel, which are little used, I won’t be covering.
There are four key areas in which ehancements can be grouped:
- Top Feature Requests by our customers
- Financial Enhancements
- System Enhancements
- Workflow Functionality
As part of my transition to ClassicPress I created new versions of my plugins which added new functionality and improved security. I had already done some work to internationalize my plugins, but took the opportunity to improve this aspect as well.
Having done so, I thought that a series on how to internationalize and localize plugins might be a useful thing to write; while the series is targeted at plugins, as I am a plugin author, the principles are the same for themes.
This series will include a couple of sub-series as well as the core series; the index for all are below and will automatically grow as the posts go live.
If you’re reading this on azurecurve, the series index, below, will automatically update; if you’re reading a syndicated post, then you’ll need to check back on the original post.
|Using Node Builder to Create New Node|
|Update SmartConnect GP Resource Cache|
|Add SmartConnect Node|
In this sub-series I am going to take a look at the new features introduced in build 26; the posts are broken down by module for easy reading.
I took a Hands On look at implementing the GP Power Tools product followed by going hands on with two of the modules:
I did mean to take a look at more of the modules, but got sidetracked. Since then, there have been a number of changes to the GP Power Tools, which I will be taking a look at in this series.
|PowerShell to run script bypassing execution policy|
|Unlock BitLocker protected drive with PowerShell|
|Run escalated PowerShell script from a batch file|
|Output list of folders and sub-folders|
In the past, I had one VM for each version with everything installed. This time round I have created two VMs, one hosting a Domain Controller and the other a SQL Server, which I will then use with a version based server.
To make things a little easier, I have created some PowerShell scripts to handle the VMs. This is a short series of posts for the scripts I have (none of them are complex, but I’m posting them here for easy access.
I have a number of posts about my adventures with a Raspberry PI in which I am going to be looking at how to assemble and install the Raspberry PI as well as my experiences with Pi-Hole and probably some other software.
The plugin I am going to cover in this post, is an existing one which has been brought up to coding standards; Series Index.
The Series b=Index uses Series and Series Position custom fields to groups posts together into a series: the series-index shortcode can be used on a post to place the series index.
Defaults are configurable via the plugin Settings page, but parameters can be used to customise the output of each series index if required.
A series index post can be created using a Series Position of
Additional shortcodes available are:
- index-of-series – which allows an index of all series index posts to be displayed.
- series-index-link – allows a link to be created back to the series index post.
This plugin integrates with the Toggle Show/Hide plugin.
This site makes extensive use of this plugin:
- The series-index shortcode has been used to include the series index at the bottom of this post.
- The index-of-series shortcode has been used on the Index of Series page.
- The first paragraph of this post uses the series-index-link shortcode to create the link back to the parent post.
The plugin can be downloaded via my Development site.