27 posts tagged as "telligent"

Resources for migrating to Graffiti CMS 1.3

Migrating a blog from one platform to another is like taking a trip to the hardware store. It’s easy enough if you go solo: just grab your keys, throw on a hat and you’re there and back in under an hour. But if you are bringing a lot of content with…

Add a Google Reader Shared Items widget to any site with jQuery

Add a Google Reader Shared Items widget to any site with jQuery

The final new widget for my home page to document is the “Latest Shared Feed Items” widget. This one displays the last 3 items that I’ve shared from Google Reader. I’m no longer displaying this widget but it was a custom designed plug-in (for the…

Add a Last.fm widget to any web site with jQuery

Add a Last.fm widget to any web site with jQuery

This is my next to last blog post about the new widgets on my home page.  The “Lastest Music” widget pulls data from my Last.fm account. Currently I’m displaying the 12 artists/albums that I’ve listened to the most on Last.fm over the last week. It…

Graffiti CMS 1.3 - add a Widget anywhere in a view with new Widget macro

Graffiti CMS 1.3 - add a Widget anywhere in a view with new Widget macro

Graffiti comes with a plethora of built-in widgets and there have been plenty built by the community. Up until now they had to be displayed in a sidebar. There was no way to display a widget in your content, your header, your footer, etc. without…

My blog has a new home

I finally took the plunge and moved my blog ( http://danhounshell.com ) to Graffiti. No need to update links to RSS feeds, all that should be handled seamlessly by Feedburner. This blog was born in 2004 on Scott Watermasysk’s .Text platform. In 200…

Telligent Theming Guide

Today ScottW announced the release of the Customization Guide for the Telligent Evolution Platform . There are a lot of ways you can customize the look and feel of your Telligent Community and Telligent Enterprise site. While there is a lot of…

Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0

Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0

I finished reading Beginning ASP.NET MVC 1.0 this past weekend. Keyvan Nayyeri and Simone Chiaretta did a great job with this book. It should be simple enough that a pure beginner will be able to get up and running yet it contains enough depth…

An answer for the “So what do you do?” question

I get asked this question a lot from friends and family, I’m sure we all do. It’s easy to explain to my geeky friends, not so easy to explain to my friends and family who aren’t so geeky. It usually goes something like this Me: “I work for Telligent…

How to add NUnit as a test framework option to the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 dialog for VS2008

There are much longer more detailed ways involving editing the registry, running “devenv …” command-line stuff, etc. This is by far the fastest and easiest way: 0.a. Make sure you have the ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Framework installed. I’m a dummy and still…

Hello Community Server Team

The last couple of weeks have been very busy and very different for me. Two weeks ago today I relinquished my hold on the ASP.NET Sites’ Team, where for nearly the last two years I have been working on www.asp.net , forums.asp.net , weblogs.asp…