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Headless Joomla using Angular and Algolia

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We had been working with our customer Osians, to build a knowledge base site for the years of archival work they had been doing documenting over 200 years of contemporary Indian culture. The catalog currently boasts of over 125,000 records documented with details.

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Location tracking made easy with Google Maps APIs

Location tracking made easy with Google Maps APIs

Hey Guys,

We come across situations where locating a place becomes imperative; whether it's a venue for an event, site office or anything. Just to make sure that this problem is overcome, you need to add google maps support in your extensions, website and applications wherever necessary. This can be achieved with the help of certain information like the IP address, Latitudes and Longitudes.

In this blog, we are going to see how to use Google maps APIs to show the map (based on location)

 

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Programatically delete Zoo items

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While developing a custom frontend for Authors to manage their own content, we needed to let them delete their own items. The Quick & Dirty way of doing this is by executing some delete queries on zoo related tables. But that's not the right & elegant way to do it.

The right way is to use the Zoo API & do this in 3-4 lines of code against 20-30 lines of the dirty code.

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Rendering Zoo Records flexibly - Example with Record lists

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Rendering a List view of Zoo items using Code

 

Zoo is one of the most versatile CCK extensions available in Joomla. It's flexible & at the same time easy to use for end users. In spite of these positive points, there are times when you have to dive into development & Zoo APIs to develop your own custom views.

In this particular case, we wanted to develop a List/Grid view with Zoo ( of a particular Content Type)  which showed all Zoo attributes in a table view for easier data viewing on the frontend for content managers. In this blog, we will tell you just how to go about doing that

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