Joomla! 1.7: Programming and Packaging Extensions

with Joseph LeBlanc
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Joomla! 1.7: Programming and Packaging Extensions
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In this course, author Joseph LeBlanc bridges the gap between site administration and customization by developing Joomla! components, plug-ins, modules, and other extensions. The course shows how to configure various development tools, create and display modules, and receive, process, and display data following the Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern. The course also covers making human-readable URLs, incorporating JavaScript , translating the user interface, and managing site security.

Topics include:
  • Defining extension types
  • Translating essential language strings
  • Displaying information in modules
  • Defining Model View Controller
  • Modeling data
  • Styling views with CSS
  • Handling HTML JForm elements
  • Implementing configuration panels
  • Building URL routes
  • Exploring DOM libraries
  • Marking multiple addresses with JSON
  • Setting and listing favorites
  • Restricting backend access
  • Debugging languages
  • Packaging extensions
Subjects:
Developer Web
Software:
Joomla!
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Welcome

Hi! This is Joe LeBlanc with Joomla! 1.7 Programming and Packaging Extensions. In this course we will walk through how to install minimal extensions, create a backend's interface, filter database results, configure development tools, make URLs human readable, and translate the user interface, and we will also build the custom component, a module, a language file and, several plug-ins. Then we will package the final codes to its installable on any Joomla site.

Let's start writing some extensions.

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about Joomla! 1.7: Programming and Packaging Extensions .


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Q: How do you change htaccess.txt to .htaccess in Windows 7? The Mac method is shown in the Chapter 11 movie "Configuring SEF URLs," but I can't get it to work in Windows.
A: Go to the Start menu and choose Run. Then type cmd and press Enter. This will bring up the command prompt. Finally, enter the following command:

rename c:\Path\To\Your\Joomla\Site\htaccess.txt .htaccess

(Replace c:\Path\To\Your\Joomla\Site\ with the actual path to your Joomla installation.)
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