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  1. theo

    Apparently he is feeling better.
  2. Imo language and country are different things. In Switzerland we have four official languages. Use the Browser's HTTP Accept-Language, if you want a language preset. Geolocation may be the right thing for country specific products or terms of conditions.
  3. I am not sure what you mean. I'm using bootstrap table and some PHP for the database operations. I can copy most parts from code had written before. I know how it works, so it is easy for me. That's all. It has nothing to do with Processwire. P.S. See also
  4. @bernhard Thanks a lot. I will try this tonight. Yes, "Set filter" is what I would need. This is critical. Since I don't have enough time for experiments atm., I think I'll go with bootstrap table working on normal MySQL Table this time. I have everything at hand with this system, it just takes a few changes. So that's my best bet to get the job done as fast as possible. But I'll come back to RockGrid. Thank you.
  5. @jmartsch Thank you! I will try it this evening. Btw. do you know if something like this (see image below which shows a bootstrap table by wenzhixin) is possible with RockGrid? (with reasonable effort). I would like to use "Select Options" field types, which show their value instead of the key and which can be filtered with a Select Box (see "Status" in the image below). Thank you.
  6. Hi Bernhard, I am testing RockGrid for the first time now. It looks really great. I know I could read tfm for hours now, but I dare to ask a few questions: 1. How can I get a link on the row near the id for linking to the page editor? The same way it is done in "RockFinder Tester"? SOLVED 2. How can I deal with the "Select Options" field type, if I don't want to show the id's but the values? 3. How can I change the color of a row, depending on a certain row value? Thank you. (Lazy Theo)
  7. Small update video below. There are again many changes behind the scenes. Multiple instances of "Gridbuilder" can now exist on the same page. More "in-memory-actions" (JS) means less need to press the save button. But normal PW templates are still the base of everything. Images can be dropped directly onto a grid_image template. See video. Thank you.
  8. theo

    Well, I don't really care about a few seconds of start up time, if I have the benefits of a full fledged IDE for PHP and JS /TypeScript and CSS etc. afterwards. If I only need to quickly change a line of code, I'm using Kate or KWrite, which ship with KDE. Yes, NB is java based. Thank you.
  9. theo

    What do you mean with "faster"? Not sure if having "tons of plugins" is necessarily an advantage. That said, NB has tons of plugins as well Thank you.
  10. theo

    Btw. can you describe some of those various reasons? As a NB user, I would like to know if it makes sense for me to have a closer look at VSCode. Thank you.
  11. theo

    Ok, thank you. From the posting above, I thought it was something brand-new. But old NB Navigator looks more useful to me. Showing parameters and possible return value types as well.
  12. theo

    What exactly is the outline feature? Is there an advantage over Netbeans' "Navigator" Tab? Thank you.
  13. Not sure what you mean. The Font Awesome icons? Not sure if this is possible or sensible. Not on my priority list atm. Thank you.
  14. theo

    Btw. Instead of "plain JS" I recommend Typescript . It makes JS less confusing and more securing, especially when you are coming from an OOP Language like Delphi, Java, C# .
  15. Time for a little update. There are many changes again. Most visible: More Ajax, more Drag&Drop, more Wysiwyg. Real containers (Tree hierarchy) instead of "nested groups". Rows are also containers now. In this little video, I will show you how to layout a responsive page from scratch without writing a line of code. This system is not for absolute noobs. You need to have an idea about how responsive web pages and Bootstrap work. But then one can be really fast I think. Still a long way to go, but I hope you like the idea. Thank you.