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Example of what can be achieved with Framework Builder

Thread began 2/23/2011 10:09 am by Dave Buchholz | Last modified 3/03/2011 3:29 am by Dave Buchholz | 2954 views | 15 replies |

Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Example of what can be achieved with Framework Builder

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YellowCircleWeb

Nice example there Dave.

Here's a site that's powered by a custom CMS I created for a client using pretty much the same extensions as you: www.stgas.eu

Just thought I'd share too - can't show the CMS for this site as it's a live client site.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks Ian and nice work yourself.

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anonymous

Dave,

As always, tremendous work my friend. I love the stuff you do. Super clean, super easy to understand.

Brian

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks Brian

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neilo

Hi Dave,

Agree with all - nice clean layout and demo.

NOW! This for me (from my NHS bed still waiting for the great respiratory Gods of the FRCS to review me) would be a great - and I mean GREAT - chance to explain in a step-by-step tutorial the business of using the FRAMEWORK BUILDER to create a real-case application (using the plugins you mention) - a case study from beginning to end.

Ask for donation fees for your effort, or publish your Amazon wishlist, but please - this would kick-start for ignoramuses such as myself who have started off using the framework builder, but who have failed to grasp its actual usefulness and ended up ditching it in order to get a site built.

Quote me a price for a personal step-by-step if you'd rather not publish here.

Prrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrleeease.

neilo

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Neilo,

First I hope your hospital visit proved a minor irritation.

Second I would have to think about writing a case study as it would take a huge chunk of time to do it properly and support it afterwards. Although I am sure you would be glad to donate in my experience people are only to happy to take other people's hard work for free without a second thought. As a for instance I have had over 2500 unique views of using-a-date-picker-with-data-assist on my blog but not one comment, that says it all really

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neilo

Thanks Dave,

Yes, my Hospital Visit continues to pain, as does the prospect of further invasive treatments, with little likelihood of any sustainable improvement so I do understand your unwillingness to lay out time for no reward, although wherever possible I still personally do try to demonstrate real-life examples with a working explanation; - I see it as one of the ways the world keeps turning amicably, efficiently and progressively, particularly amongst those of us who I believed to be of similar situation, and empathic to each-others' needs. I am (as always) happy to be proved wrong, and must admit that I haven't a clue as to what a WebAssist European Strategic Partner (UK) actually does anyway.

If you won't provide the missing steps (and there most certainly are some) then perhaps someone with a a little more time and a benevolent and sharing outlook might eventually see fit to publish and be ****ed.

A beginning-to-end 'real-life' series of examples and application scenarios seems to be what is missing for many people coming to terms with what was originally a somewhat disparate collection of extensions, despite excellent current signs and trends towards greater integration.

Thanks anyway,

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MikeH

I would also like to see a WA tutorial (video or screenshots) of how themes work.

Mike

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Originally Said By: neilo
  Thanks Dave,

Yes, my Hospital Visit continues to pain, as does the prospect of further invasive treatments, with little likelihood of any sustainable improvement so I do understand your unwillingness to lay out time for no reward, although wherever possible I still personally do try to demonstrate real-life examples with a working explanation; - I see it as one of the ways the world keeps turning amicably, efficiently and progressively, particularly amongst those of us who I believed to be of similar situation, and empathic to each-others' needs. I am (as always) happy to be proved wrong, and must admit that I haven't a clue as to what a WebAssist European Strategic Partner (UK) actually does anyway.

If you won't provide the missing steps (and there most certainly are some) then perhaps someone with a a little more time and a benevolent and sharing outlook might eventually see fit to publish and be ****ed.

A beginning-to-end 'real-life' series of examples and application scenarios seems to be what is missing for many people coming to terms with what was originally a somewhat disparate collection of extensions, despite excellent current signs and trends towards greater integration.

Thanks anyway,  



I am sorry to hear that, ill health is not something I would wish on anybody.

My post was not supposed to be a tutorial, I have plainly labeled those posts that are, it was supposed to be "inspiration"

This is how I earn my living and put food on the table for my kids, so unbillable hours have to be carefully managed as to what I can and can't do.

I put a lot of work into helping people on these forums and you are unfair in your uncharitable suggestion that I have no interest or empathy towards other people.

As WebAssist European Strategic Partner (UK) I provide support and training (paid not free) for customers on this side of the pond who need solutions that are not covered by the standard solution packs or extensions. I have a long standing association with WebAssist and am proud that they allowed me to become their partner.

I happen to agree that the documentation could be better and real life examples would be a great way of learning but please do not take out your frustrations on me, I am not paid to do this.

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