Jazzy Forms

December 3, 2011

UPDATE (2012/08/22): go to the offical project page at www.jazzyforms.com

This is a stub post that will serve as a first point of reference for information on an upcoming WordPress plugin called Jazzy Forms.

Jazzy Forms is a totally reworked successor of the popular price-calc plugin. price-calc is about to be discontinued. Jazzy Forms is currently being developed. It will be much easier to set up.

Be the first to be notified when the first release is published by leaving me a message at jazzyforms@gmail.com! Comments and suggestions are welcome, too.

Twitter: @JazzyForms

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theme-configurator: add WordPress theme options pages

November 26, 2011

Hi guys, this is about a little WordPress plugin I’ve recently released.
theme-configurator, the easiest and most elegant way to add customized theme options pages to your WordPress theme–no coding required.

Download and official plugin directory at WordPress: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-configurator

Documentation/Tutorial: http://www.l90r.com/posts/theme-configurator
Development and bug tracking: https://github.com/l90r/theme-configurator

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piano – a flexible piano keyboard plugin for jQuery

February 12, 2011

piano is jQuery plugin that creates a piano keyboard widget.

Snapshot image

This is a static snapshot image. For a working demonstration please go to the demonstration page.

Demonstration

Please go to the demonstration page at: http://www.l90r.com/sandbox/piano/doc/example.html

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Relational Databases don’t deserve their name

February 5, 2011

Relational Databases (also refered to as Relational Database Management Systems–RDMS) are a class of databases that store data in different tables. Their name is derived from the fact that it is possible to reference a table in another one and thus establish relations.

How does that look like in practice? Let’s take the artist-album relation as an example. That’s a one-to-many relation because one artist can record several album. Typical RDMS handle that with ease, using a reference in album table back to an artist’s unique identifier.

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