Posts Tagged ‘Open Source’

Python Test Cases and Test Suites

Python Test Cases and Test Suites Unit testing revolves around the test case, which is the smallest building block of testable code for any circumstances that you’re testing. When you’re using PyUnit, a test case is a simple object with at least one test method that runs code; and when it’s done, it then compares […]

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Using the Python Database APIs

Using the Python Database APIs First, some history about Python and relational databases. Python’s support for relational databases started out with ad hoc solutions, with one solution written to interface with each particular database, such as Oracle. Each database module created its own API, which was highly specific to that database because each database vendor […]

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Python Functions

Python Functions: Grouping Code under a Name Most modern programming languages provide you with the capability to group code together under a name; and whenever you use that name, all of the code that was grouped together is invoked and evaluated without having to be retyped every time. To create a named function that will […]

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Using More Built-in Python Types

Using More Built-in Python Types Beside strings and numbers, Python provides four other important basic types: tuples, lists, sets, and dictionaries. These four types have a lot in common because they all allow you to group more than one item of data together under one name. Each one also gives you the capability to search […]

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Why you should hire a professional for your Joomla site in 2010

Have you heard the following from your clients? Or does this describe you? My Joomla developer got 90% of my site completed, but they just can’t seem to finish up, and now they won’t return my emails. There’s only 6 things left to complete before we launch. Can you help? My Joomla developer built me […]

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Creating Articles in Joomla

Excerpt from Beginning Joomla! Website Development By Cory Webb An article is the main way that content is displayed in a Joomla! site. Articles can be organized into categories and sections, or they can be uncategorized. The term “content item” was used in Joomla! 1.0, but that phrase has been deprecated in favor of the […]

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