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Hello, has anybody here done this with processwire: https://datatables.net/examples/server_side/ I want to use this solution because I have to work with a huge amount of data. TIA Henning
So I have recently integrated Soma's super awesome JQueryDataTables plugin and have used it in a process module I made to handle sending newsletters. However, I'm not sure how to go about moving the table on the module admin page. No matter where I call the table markup in the ___execute() method it shows up at the top of the page. What would be a good away to go about moving this to the bottom of the page instead? Is there a way to do this as I build the form and add the fields? Or do I just need to make some custom css file and include it in the module? Thanks in advance for reading **InputFieldMarkup is the winner. Never seen it before, it's so cool! These guys have thought of everything!
This site was recently launched and has been running great for the last few weeks. It is probably the largest PW project I have done; there is a lot of media to keep organized, this label has about 70 albums and over 400 artists... http://www.newfocusrecordings.com/ the homepage displays 12 random albums the catalogue page, uses datatables and loads the cover images on demand; the filtering is all done with the datatable, and the urls are updated without page reload... the album page: the pw version replaces a joomla version that was used for about 6 years.. and was a pain to work with; some modules: AdminCustomFiles AdminSaveActions AdminTemplateColumns AIOM+ FieldtypeColorPicker FieldTypeSelectFile (for selecting huge media instead of uploading into PW) FieldtypeTemplates (for selecting which template a certain support doc should show on) FormBuilder FormSaveReminder ImportPagesCSV (used to import some of the data from Joomla and Zoo) InputfieldSelectExtended (used to show additional info after a select action) PageReferencesTab PageTreeAddNewChildsReverse (new albums need to be at top of list) ProcessCustomUploadNames (to ensure the asset naming matches the catalog numbers) PageListerPro ProcessRedirects (for some legacy URLS) ProFields TextformatterBBCode (used for formatting of track and album titles with special characters, superscripts, bold, italic) VersionControl HannaCode SiteUtilities - a custom module that controls many helper functions, read id3 tags, move audio files, rename stuff etc.. some forum threads that relate to this project, and as always thank you to everyone who helped and more generally who take part in the forum! https://processwire.com/talk/topic/8366-setup-sharrre-sharing-widget-in-5-minutes/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/8392-simple-built-in-docs/ https://processwire.com/talk/topic/8350-module-fieldtype-yaml/ I also work for this label, and have designed about 10 of the covers.. - - - - Special Features: Press View There is a user role called press, and on the user profile, site admins can select certain albums to allow access to for that press user. When the user logs in they can see which albums they have extended access to and then when they view the album there is an extended view and additional media and content. The page audio player will play full streams of the tracks, whereas the public view only plays the edited preview files; the presence of the full stream is indicated with a radio/wave icon.. left widget showing some extra content:
This is a site for composer, conductor, and NYU composition professor Louis Karchin. http://louiskarchin.com/ The site is based around the works which are presented as a filterable datatable, with inline audio player (soundmanager2).. There is some ajax happening on the works page to pull up details about a work in a popup. a lot of the initial work was importing from the original site as well as from CSV files of the works, so there were various custom import/api scripts used to get all the data in.. As with other recent sites, this site has a admin docs section for reference, as well as inline docs on the edit page, using a simple module based on Nik's page references tab. also this uses the configurable widgets system: and i have an admin page for backups, though the backups run automatically on a cron (using the SmartBackup script): this site benefited from a lot of modules, namely: AdminCustomFiles AdminCustomPages PageDocsTab AdminPageSelectEditLlinks AIOM+ FieldtypeDataStructure FieldTypeTemplates InputfieldSelectExtended HannaCode ProcessRedirects ProcessDiagnostics Profields Table Formbuilder Procache Lister Pro