Groundwork for new demo.atk4.com is complete. Lots of features to come soon such as commenting, suggestions, reviews, search and more.
If your team is developing a web application using Agile Toolkit then you might want to build your own demos / test-cases. Good news is – you can re-use same architecture for your own demonstration site, here is how:add-ons, news, tips
For each project it usually takes some time to set up basic things. We wanted to make it easier for people who are only starting with Agile Toolkit. So we are now including a sample project, which you can “svn export” to get started much faster.tips
By default pages created with Agile Toolkit end with .html. I myself believe that this is a good extension because HTML is being passed over. However it is easy to use different URLs in Agile Toolkit, here is howtips, url
As my designer says – best way to break a great web design is to give CMS access to the client. Without any consideration for style they will star moving things around and break stuff. Often not willing to pay for a proper update they will continue to tweak themselves. So what’s the alternative?
There is some – contextual editing. In this post i’ll show how you can do it in ATKtips
Often problem in a project is slightly customising existing template. This normally requires to change template/…./shared.html file by saving it locally and updating paths manually. There is a way coming to workaround it.templates, tips
In Agile Toolkit each object you add is inserted as a child to some other object. They end up in $object->elements array, however there is no easy way to rearrange it.form, grid, tips