A few months ago, a co-worker from a partner company was asking me how to setup a portal for the company to let those employees to upload their captured video files on those construction sites, to be shared on this portal for other employees to view.
Looking for way how to program a file upload in the AJAX manner? Here you go, using JavaServer faces, with those cool taglibs, which you get a progress bar and the a file chooser. And the file is being uploaded in AJAX mode. You’ll be shown a progress bar of the uploading status.
In order for a video clip to be shown on a webpage, you’ll need to convert it to a FLV flash format, which the file has the .flv extension
NoobSlide includes 7 different styles to let you play slide show for your contents and images. It’s kind of easy to get started. After downloading, just take a look at the 7 examples for the 7 different styles included in the index.html
Passjax is a little script that dumps the little complex password check to the server-side for checking. When you type the password on the text field, it’ll then show you a progress bar that shows the strength from weak to strong.
I’ve recently been involved in a web development project, which I need some round corners for some tabs in order for the web pages to look cool! (As shown above) Round corners on tabs, boxes of contents or menus will always make your web page look so appealing and neat.
This is to show you how you can build a little rsync app in PHP that is to be run by a Linux/Unix cron job that syncs files on your data or web server to a remote server. PHP is allowed to execute the Unix/Linux system commands such as “rsync” and it gives you the easiness of accessing database such as MySQL.