Do you think labeling a public internet site/service as "beta" has any value? What do you think when encountering a "beta" site?
Thank you @ColoTechAsn
for the recognition at last night's event.
Sending the whole company to TEDxMileHigh http://t.co/qbpzzlSGWB
We've released a new #orchardcms
module, a contact form that uses anti-spam: http://t.co/igIx49Pm84
An important update to tablet navigation in The Theme Machine Responsive http://t.co/lYHcs29kz8
A Developer's Guide to Images http://t.co/KJs6fyeAEv
- Good knowledge for more than just developers!
Thanks to everyone who came out to 1UP! last night. It was a great time!!
Head down to 1UP! in Denver in an hour, Planet Telex will buy you a beer! https://t.co/hSNRgEp7oU
When trying to understand templating and the placement of parts in Orchard CMS, you will encounter the notion of "Display Types." By looking at examples, one quickly gets a sense of what these values are, and they are partially documented on the official documentation site. But we found it irritating that we couldn't find a comprehensive list of possible values anywhere. So we searched the code base and found only four:
Each content item has two types of templates: editor templates and display templates. Display types with the "Admin" suffix target the editor templates the others target the display templates. Similarly, there are two contexts for each content item: detail and summary. A content item is rendered as "summary" in both lists and projections as well as other modules that might aggregate content (like the sockets and connectors module).