I'm writing from my own experience of how I am currently working and how we are doing it at work. The information is trial tested on windows environment but shall be documented as OS agnostic as possible. The practices should be applicable to either windows, Linux or mac. You can pick and choose the practices that suit you and I would welcome any suggestions for other IDE's or platforms which you find useful.
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Each of the topics will highlight one aspect of software development as described below, and will form a separate article each month in the Joomla Community Magazine JCM. A project directory will be the central location for all data related to a project, making it easy to archive projects or transfer to a different system. Make use of soft- linking also on windows!
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A link basically provides multiple locations to access the same file. In the end it is a personal choice. Styling a website using CSS is a basic principle of website design.
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While CSS is powerful,it has come a long way since it was first introduced. Techniques have been borrowed from other programming languages to advance what CSS is capable of.
Each have their own strengths and weaknesses which are evolving - and each output standardised CSS. To keep up with the ever-evolving functionality of the preprocessors you should not rely on support built into templates but use your IDE to do the preprocessing. The effort and improvement of Joomla!
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Debugging allows you to be able to halt a script at specific points in the code, inspect and modify variables, all without making changes to the source itself. This study uncovered a knowledge gap concerning the influence of space on the development and sustainability of innovative educational practices. The project aimed to provide insight into how schools and universities might better align practice and space to develop effective socio-spatial contexts for learning and sustain them as dynamic educational settings.
It highlighted the need for those involved in educational practice development to look for concepts and ideas that can be reinterpreted and re-imagined within the context of their own organization. The research involved writing a literature review, conducting a three round Delphi Technique survey that called on experts from around Australia and overseas, and conducting case studies at three sites: a primary school, an upper secondary school and a university.
The case studies provided contextualised settings within which to investigate the research questions and an opportunity to investigate what the researchers considered to be successful attempts at developing and sustaining innovative practices in innovative learning environments.
Based on the literature review and findings of the Delphi Technique survey, the following themes formed the basis of investigation and interviews with educational leaders and teachers at the three sites. The findings indicated that a holistic approach and effective social processes are required if these factors are to be aligned for the development of innovative, dynamic, engaging and rigorous educational practices.
The publications and project outputs for this study will be updated shortly.