By: Ken Williamson
May 5, 2014
Ulbora CMS Architect
Note: This article is for version 1.0 and is out of date. Version 2.0.4 is the current version.
Ulbora CMS is changing the way website developers build websites. Ulbora CMS uses cutting edge technologies like Google's AngularJS to quickly build sites that use content provided by REST web services. Sites can be built and deployed in hours with AngularJS and Ulbora CMS.
This tutorial will show how to configure and deploy Ulbora CMS to a Tomcat server running on your local system. A later tutorial will show how to deploy Ulbora CMS to the Cloud.
(You can skip this section if you already have Tomcat and MySql and a database management tool installed on your system)
Sept 30, 2012
My ventures into HTML5 mobile application design started with the initial design of a note sharing application called MicButton Notes (pronounced Mike Button) for Android, Google Chrome and with plans for all mobile devices. MicButton Notes started out as a Java, Spring Framework, Hibernate web based application using jQuery Mobile for the mobile UI and deployed to www.micbutton.com. The Android version was a hybrid wrapper application built and deployed to the Android Market very quickly and with little effort. The final design of MicButton Notes for Android (which just released), however, ended up being a 100% native code application designed with a background service used to synchronize the application's local database using REST services at www.micbutton.com.
Oct 6, 2010
The Active Record Pattern is a popular design pattern for accessing data stored in a relational database. This pattern can be used to greatly simplify the use of SQLite in C++ applications. The concept of the Active Record Pattern is to use an object to wrap a row of data in the database. For an example, I will use the Section table from DocUMentDS, my recently released Desktop Document Manage System. Figure 1 show the UML for DocUMentDS.