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Free Download Magento User Guides and User Manual for Free in PDF format

Posted in Magento by rachasatish on June 8, 2010

Here is a Download Magento Developer Guide PDF version.

I will be updating this PDF as and when ever I get the new content so Please subscribe to this post from below link. When ever I update this PDF I will post the comment, so that you will get an Email alert.

All the Content of this PDF is taken from Magento Site, Magento Blogs, Wikis and other private Blogs.

Download the PDF HERE TheUnical_Magento_developer_Guide.pdf

Other Magento Manual Downloads TheUnical_Magento_design_Guide.pdf

Other Magento Manual Downloads TheUnical_Magento_System Admin Guide.pdf

Other MagentoManual Downloads TheUnical_Magento_User_Guide.pdf

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Google search: Integrating virtual keyboards in Google search in 35 languages

Posted in Google by rachasatish on May 1, 2010
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Google user research has shown that many people are more comfortable formulating search queries in their own language but have difficulty typing these queries into Google. (Try typing नमस्ते on a keyboard with English letters.) To overcome the difficulty they face in typing in their local language scripts, some people have resorted to copying and pasting from other sites and from online translation tools. But there’s an easier way — a virtual, or “on-screen” keyboard, lets you type directly in your local language script in an easy and consistent manner, no matter where you are or what computer you’re using.

More Info Google search: Integrating virtual keyboards in Google search in 35 languages

Simple Steps to publish on FaceBook Wall using ColdFusion

Posted in ColdFusion,facebook by rachasatish on March 7, 2010
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There are many Libraries available for C# and Dotnet to publish on facebook.

According to facebook Wiki posting on a wall is very confusing and very difficult to write a program to publish on a wall.

I spent around 2 weeks reading many articles and many documents, Wiki on facebook but in vein and tried many ways and finally I got one workable model. Below are 5 simple steps to publish on a Facebook wall.

Step1: Login to Facebook.

Step2: Generate One Time Session key

Step3: Generate one time session key

Step4: Setting Permission for wall

Giving Permission to your application to publish on facebook wall. To give permission just

Simple 5 Steps to publish on a facebook wall using CodeFusion

Complete Code is here Simple 5 Steps to publish on a facebook wall using CodeFusion

Simple Steps to Publish on a facebook wall Using CSharp/ DotNet

Posted in ASP.NET,ASP.NET 2.0 by rachasatish on March 7, 2010
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There are many Libraries available for C# and Dotnet to publish on facebook.

According to facebook Wiki posting on a wall is very confusing and very difficult to write a program to publish on a wall.

I spent around 2 weeks reading many articles and many documents, Wiki on facebook but in vein and tried many ways and finally I got one workable model. Below are 5 simple steps to publish on a Facebook wall.

Step1: Login to Facebook.

Step2: Generate One Time Session key

Step3: Generate one time session key

Step4: Setting Permission for wall

Giving Permission to your application to publish on facebook wall. To give permission just

Simple 5 Steps to publish on a facebook wall using DotNet C#/ cSharp

Complete Code is here Simple 5 Steps to publish on a facebook wall using DotNet C#/ cSharp

Comparation of LifeRay vs Alfresco

Posted in Java by rachasatish on January 14, 2010
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Many Think of what is the difference between Liferay and Alfresco.

Here are some of the Comparations.

Comparation of LifeRay vs Alfresco

Liferay

Alfresco

1. Liferay is by heart a portal solution with a very strong & active community behind it and an impressive clientele to prove its credentials. Alfresco is an Enterprise Content Management Software which also has an equally powerful & vigorous community supporting it and an imposing set of customers using the software. This is again, the most admired ECMS solution available in today’s open source market.

More Info Click Here http://blog.theunical.com/cms/cms-how-to-opencms-vs-liferay-vs-alfresco/

Publish On Facebook Wall Using Java api

Posted in Java by rachasatish on November 14, 2009
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According to facebook Wiki posting on a  wall is very confusing and very difficult to write a program to publish on a wall. And it Don’t even support or document any methods on how to publish on wall using JAVA, and thanks to Google for giving a JAVA library to post on facebook.

Follow these Steps

http://blog.theunical.com/facebook-integration/facebook-java-api-example-to-publish-on-wall/

 

Publish on a facebook wall using php

Posted in PHP by rachasatish on November 14, 2009
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According to facebook Wiki posting on a  wall is very confusing and very difficult to write a program to publish on a wall.

I spent around 2 weeks reading many articles and many documents, Wiki on facebook but in vein and tried many ways and finally I got one workable model. Below are 5 simple steps to publish on a Facebook wall.

http://blog.theunical.com/facebook-integration/5-steps-to-publish-on-a-facebook-wall-using-php/

In my next post see how to publish images and videos to facebook is done

http://blog.theunical.com/facebook…/add-picture-on-facebook-wall-using-php/

http://blog.theunical.com/facebook…/post-video-on-facebook-wall-using-php/

http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Stream.publish

have a great day

– Steven

Linked in Like profile from Google

Posted in Google by rachasatish on August 27, 2009
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A Google profile is simply how you present yourself on Google products to other Google users. It allows you to control how you appear on Google and tell others a bit more about who you are. With a Google profile, you can easily share your web content on one central location. You can include, for example, links to your blog, online photos, and other profiles such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. You have control over what others see. Your profile won’t display any private information unless you’ve explicitly added it.

You can also allow people to find you more easily by enabling your profile to be searched by your name. Simply set your existing profile to show your full name publicly.

If you’ve been writing reviews on Google Maps, creating articles on Google Knol, sharing Google Reader items, or adding books to your Google Book Search library

Receive messages. Enable the ‘Send a message’ feature to allow anyone with a Google Account to email you without revealing your email address.

Add photos. Enhance your profile by embedding photos from Flickr or Picasa.

Create a page about you. Write a short bio in the About me tab, reveal your superpower, and tell people what you still can’t find using Google.

Add your contact information. Share your information with your friends and family, so they always have the most up-to-date information. You control who sees it.

Add links to your other profiles and sites. Make it easier for friends to see your other content on the Web. You can link to Google content, including your Blogger blog, public Picasa Web Albums and Google Reader shared items as well as other pages on the Web such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

Show your location. ‘My places’ includes all the cities you’ve entered on your profile. Your current location and where you’ve lived are displayed on a map.

http://www.google.com/profiles/me/editprofile?edit=h#about

Drupal Optimization with care

Posted in Drupal by rachasatish on August 27, 2009
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Framework

  1. Uninstall superfluous modules
  2. Remove unnecessary content
  3. Install APC or XCache
  4. Analyse queries and create indexes in your Drupal database if needed
  5. Install and configure cacherouter module
  6. Install advanced cache module and apply requested patches
  7. In admin/settings/performance change Caching Mode to Normal
  8. In admin/settings/performance change “Aggregate and compress CSS files” to Enabled
  9. Install and configure QueryCache module
  10. Set HTTP headers cache options to optimal values
  11. Use Xdebug to find PHP code bottle necks and then optimize them

Some Generals Suggestions

Try to find a bottleneck. Do not try to optimize anything if you are not 100% certain that it causes performance problems.

Note: Some of our high traffic sites must serve 5 million visits per months, 40 000 users and billions of records.

Optimising Magento Part II

Posted in Magento by rachasatish on August 27, 2009
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It appears that there are quite a few complaints on the forums about Magento being slow and this is probably true with an out of the box installation. There are quite a few things that can be done to improve things and response time in general.

With a switch to nginx as well as tuning of various components, the response time subsequently dropped by over half to about 4 seconds which is in the sweet spot for ecommerce sites.

The following are some of the changes made:

  • Switch to using nginx as a front end.
  • Set Expires to far in the future
  • Utilize PHP FPM.
  • Implement APC
  • PHP tuning
  • MySQL tuning

And Finally Test your site response using the tool http://tools.pingdom.com/

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