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VUE JS

Vue.je The progressive JavaScript framework https://vuejs.org/

VUE.js on NPM https://www.npmjs.com/package/vue

Learn Vue.js on Sitepoint https://www.sitepoint.com/up-and-running-vue-js-2-0/

Sitepoint book on Jump Start Vue.js. https://www.sitepoint.com/premium/books/jump-start-vue-js/read

Vuemastery.com has the free course Intro to vue.js https://www.vuemastery.com/courses/intro-to-vue-js/vue-instance/

PWAs

PWA builderhttps://docs.pwabuilder.com/benefits/2018/02/03/benefits-windows-10.html

PWA Builder Github https://github.com/pwa-builder/PWABuilder

PWA builder Windows tool https://www.pwabuilder.com/windows

Solar power products

GoGreenSolar is a California company that sells DIY solar kits for residential use. They have a good online presence. https://www.gogreensolar.com/

SUNYEE International is an Australian company that sells solar panels and equipment for boating and camping. They also sell other items for automotive and camping. They sell in AU dollars, (use Paypal) https://www.sunyee.com.au/solar-panel.html

SUNYEE has an Ebay Store. https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/12V-250W-200W-100W-60W-10W-Solar-Panel-Kit-MONO-Caravan-Camping-Power-Charging-/392003047860

Blue

Another block, and yes about blue

So WordPress now has you edit in Blocks. This is a test of this new editor. It does seems a little more intuitive. I suppose I should write a real blog article. Maybe about the color blue.

Sharepoint 365 Site collections and sites you can create

Site Collections are what Sharepoint sites are placed into.

  • They are the primary structural component of Sharepoint.
  • Except for Global admin, Everything in Sharepoint is done in site collections.

There are three primary types

  1. Collaboration Site Collection templates
  2. Enterprise Site Collection templates
  3. Publishing Site Collection Templates

Our experience in Sharepoint 2010 Foundation was almost exclusively with Collaboration team sites.

The text in these outlines was pulled from the Sharepoint site creation user prompts

  1. Collaboration Site Collection templates
    1. Team Site (Classic experience):
      1. A site with a classic experience on the home page and no connection to an Office 365 Group
    2. Blog site:
      1. A site for a person or team to post ideas, observations, and expertise that site visitors can comment on.
    3. Developer Site
      1. A site for developers to build, test and publish apps for Office
    4. Project Site:
      1. A site for managing and collaborating on a project. This site template brings all status, communication, and artifacts relevant to the project into one place.
    5. Community Site:
      1. A place where community members discuss topics of common interest. Members can browse and discover relevant content by exploring categories, sorting discussions by popularity or by viewing only posts that have a best reply. Members gain reputation points by participating in the community, such as starting discussions and replying to them, liking posts and specifying best replies.

         

  2. Enterprise Site Collection templates
    1. Document Center
      1. A site to centrally manage documents in your enterprise. If we use Knowledge Lake they will more than likely leverage this
      2. Article describing them https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-a-Document-Center-site-06096070-D83F-45B8-B02D-EC7A4CF85CAC
    2. eDiscovery Center
      1. A site to manage the preservation, search, and export of content for legal matters and investigations
    3. Records Center:
      1. This template creates a site designed for records management. Records managers can configure the routing table to direct incoming files to specific locations. The site also lets you manage whether records can be deleted or modified after they are added to the repository
    4. Team Site – Sharepoint online configuration
      1. A Team Site configured to allow organization members to edit, create new sites, and share with external users.
    5. Business Intelligence Center:
      1. A site for presenting Business Intelligence content in SharePoint.
    6. Review Center
      1. Review center is used to manage the review process related items.
    7. Compliance Policy Center
      1. Use the Document Deletion Policy Center to manage policies that can delete documents after a specified period of time. These policies can then be assigned to specific site collections or to site collection templates.
    8. Enterprise Search Center:
      1. A site focused on delivering an enterprise-wide search experience. Includes a welcome page with a search box that connects users to four search results page experiences: one for general searches, one for people searches, one for conversation searches, and one for video searches. You can add and customize new results pages to focus on other types of search queries.
    9. My Site Host
      1. A site used for hosting personal sites (My Sites) and the public People Profile page. This template needs to be provisioned only once per User Profile Service Application, please consult the documentation for details.
    10. Community Portal
      1. A site for discovering communities.
    11. Basic Search Center
      1. A site focused on delivering a basic search experience. Includes a welcome page with a search box that connects users to a search results page, and an advanced search page. This Search Center will not appear in navigation.
    12. Visio Process Repository:
      1. A site for viewing, sharing, and storing Visio process diagrams. It includes a versioned document library and templates for Basic Flowcharts, Cross-functional Flowcharts, and BPMN diagrams.
  3. Publishing Site Collection Templates
    1. Publishing Portal
      1. A starter site hierarchy for an Internet-facing site or a large intranet portal. This site can be customized easily with distinctive branding. It includes a home page, a sample press releases subsite, a Search Center, and a login page. Typically, this site has many more readers than contributors, and it is used to publish Web pages with approval workflows.
    2. Enterprise Wiki
      1. A site for publishing knowledge that you capture and want to share across the enterprise. It provides an easy content editing experience in a single location for co-authoring content, discussions, and project management.

 

 

Site Templates are sites you would add into a site Collection. There are two principle types

  1. Collaboration Site Templates
    1. Team Site (Classic experience):
      1. A site with a classic experience on the home page and no connection to an Office 365 Group
    2. Blog site:
      1. A site for a person or team to post ideas, observations, and expertise that site visitors can comment on.
    3. Project Site:
      1. A site for managing and collaborating on a project. This site template brings all status, communication, and artifacts relevant to the project into one place.
    4. Community Site:
      1. A place where community members discuss topics of common interest. Members can browse and discover relevant content by exploring categories, sorting discussions by popularity or by viewing only posts that have a best reply. Members gain reputation points by participating in the community, such as starting discussions and replying to them, liking posts and specifying best replies.

         

  2. Enterprise Site templates
    1. Document Center:
      1. A site to centrally manage documents in your enterprise.
    2. Records Center:
      1. This template creates a site designed for records management. Records managers can configure the routing table to direct incoming files to specific locations. The site also lets you manage whether records can be deleted or modified after they are added to the repository.
    3. Business Intelligence Center:
      1. A site for presenting Business Intelligence content in SharePoint.
    4. Enterprise Search Center:
      1. A site focused on delivering an enterprise-wide search experience. Includes a welcome page with a search box that connects users to four search results page experiences: one for general searches, one for people searches, one for conversation searches, and one for video searches. You can add and customize new results pages to focus on other types of search queries
    5. Basic Search Center:
      1. A site focused on delivering a basic search experience. Includes a welcome page with a search box that connects users to a search results page, and an advanced search page. This Search Center will not appear in navigation.
    6. Visio Process Repository:
      1. A site for viewing, sharing, and storing Visio process diagrams. It includes a versioned document library and templates for Basic Flowcharts, Cross-functional Flowcharts, and BPMN diagrams

 

 

https://sharepointmaven.com/difference-between-site-collections-sites-pages-document-libraries-and-folders/

https://support.office.com/en-us/sharepoint

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/sites/sites-and-site-collections-overview

Collaboration tools with free versions

https://slack.com/

Site for Teamwork tools  and task sharing.  Key object is Teams

https://trello.com/home 

Organizational tools for individuals and multiple team memberships. Key object is boards (a container of lists and cards)

https://flock.com/ 

discussion and sharing for productivity. They advertise themselves as an alternative to Slack

Using Javascript in pdf forms

For all these you need Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. I get it through a subscription to the Creative Cloud Suite

The Acrobat Javascript Acrobat reference

http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/acrobat/pdfs/js_api_reference.pdf

This one is older but still has good examples

https://www.pdfill.com/document_javascript.html

Good source for beginner examples

https://answers.acrobatusers.com/How-I-add-JavaScript-PDF-form-q198153.aspx

Detailed  article “describes how to use Javascript code to create interactive PDF documents.”

https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/380293/Javascript-in-PDF

The Acrobat Developer Center

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat.html

Example code to load values from a text file called "data.txt" which would be stored with the pdf form.

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/919033

Question dialogue to “I want  read data form txt files from local hard drive and ,  set this data as value (for select element).”

https://forums.adobe.com/thread/589452

Link to Acrobat SDK

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/acrobat/sdk/eula.html

Example code from ByteScout. ByteScout is a commercial  offering of pdf, barcoding, imaging and data extraction products. 

https://bytescout.com/products/developer/pdfsdk/bytescoutpdf_add_javascript_to_execute_on_startup.html

Good search link

https://www.bing.com/search?q=how+to+add+javascript+to+pdf+forms&src=IE-SearchBox&FORM=IENTSR

Latest learning tracks I am investigating

https://cudoo.com/

https://www.lynda.com/AngularJS-tutorials/Building-Mobile-App-AngularJS-1-Ionic/368920-2.html

http://ui-grid.info/docs/#/tutorial/101_intro

https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/tutorials.html

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/games/getting-started-games.html

https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/using/html5-webgl-developer-center.html

https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/how-to/make-an-animation.html?playlist=/ccx/v1/collection/product/animate/segment/designer/explevel/beginner/applaunch/orientation/collection.ccx.js

http://phonegap.com/app/

http://acm.skillport.com/skillportfe/main.action#search/1314bcca-d2bd-4074-9bc9-121f8a0337e3

https://johnpapa.net/my-recommended-brackets-extensions/

https://www.r-bloggers.com/how-to-learn-r-2/

https://www.r-bloggers.com/how-to-learn-r-2/

https://www.lynda.com/R-tutorials/R-Statistics-Essential-Training/142447-2.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=l1-US-Search-Biz-R+Statistics&cid=l1-us:en:ps:lp:prosc:s29:1570:all:google:xct-learn_r&utm_content=65205573306&utm_term=learn%20r&src=go-pa&veh=saud-155532282786:kwd-797681373_pcrid_65205573306_pkw_learn%20r_pmt_e_pdv_c_ext__plc__trg__agid_15830767026_cmid_168111546_adp_1t3_net_g

https://www.edx.org/microsoft-professional-program-certficate-data-science

https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-xaml-application-microsoft-dev206-1x#!

https://www.edx.org/course/programming-c-microsoft-dev204x-2

https://www.edx.org/course/developing-windows-10-universal-apps-microsoft-dev209-1x-1

https://www.edx.org/course/apr-macroeconomics-davidson-next-macapfull-0

https://egghead.io/courses

https://egghead.io/lessons/node-js-create-an-api-with-swagger?course=build-node-js-apis-with-openapi-spec-swagger

http://openlivewriter.org/

https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/complete-guide-grid/

https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/

https://css-tricks.com/

https://scotch.io/tutorials/a-visual-guide-to-css3-flexbox-properties

https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/css-flexbox/?mksi=b&utm_expid=3606929-94.SWGkQ9hyQQGxJNtgEiBgWA.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F#

https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/using/exporting.html

 

 

Font servers for your web site

Just discovered font servers. The idea is that instead of using font family preferences and counting on someone’s browser to have good looking fonts installed; use fonts, that you select, from a remote content delivery service. 

Google fonts

you may already know about Google fonts at https://www.google.com/fonts. You search or browse for fonts and get link code like so, <link href=’https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Open+Sans’ rel=’stylesheet’ type=’text/css’>. Use the font on your page like so,    font-family: ‘Open Sans’, sans-serif;

I just did some googling and found some more that are also free:

Brick

http://brick.im/  search and click to add fonts to a bucket, then get a link like so, <link rel="stylesheet" href="//brick.a.ssl.fastly.net/Aileron:400">

Adobe Edge Fonts

https://edgewebfonts.adobe.com/index   Search for or select a font, you get a link like so: <script src="//use.edgefonts.net/abel.js"></script>,  use the font in your style sheet like so, font-family: abel, sans-serif;

Redfonts

http://redfonts.tk/   search for or click on a fonts and you get a style link like so: <link rel=’stylesheet’ type=’text/css’ href=’http://redfonts.tk/pre/FlNua’/>. Use it in your style sheet like so,  font-family: ‘Amable’;

So when your boss or site reviewers complain about fonts not being uniform, here is a way to fix it.

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