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amosbatto wrote: ↑Tue Aug 22, 2017 5:46 pm I just randomly flipped through parts of the book, and it looks pretty good. I hope that you have good sales of the book.Terrific! I have just purchased a copy (I couldn't resist at that price)!
Would you like me to make this post a sticky announcement on the forum for the next week (so it stays at the top of the list of posts)? We are always happy to see others promoting the use of ProcessMaker.
I have two observations about the book. In the beginning when installing PM with Bitnami, you should mention that Bitnami installations are generally only used for testing and developing processes. A manual installation is recommended when using processes in production, because Bitnami installations cannot be upgraded to later versions and Bitnami installations are generally slower and use more resources than manual installations.
document.getElementById("form[comment_button]").onclick = addComments;
Officially, we recommend that you use code like this:Code: Select allI personally don't like using the find() function because you have to know what HTML element you are searching for ("button", "div", "input", "select", "textarea", etc.) with each type of control, so I directly select the element through its ID "form[id]" which requires escaping the square brackets [ and ] with \\:
$("#comment_button").find("button").on("click", addComments);Code: Select allI also don't see much reason to use .on() instead of .click() which is a shorthand that does the same thing:
$("#form\\[comment_button\\]").on("click", addComments );Code: Select allSome people find escaping with jQuery selectors to be very confusing, so they use this code:
$("#form\\[comment_button\\]").click( addComments );Code: Select allhttps://thebloggerspage.com/why-security-of-random-video-chat-becomes-the-biggest-headache/
$("[id='form[comment_button]']").click( addComments );
No matter which method that you choose, I do recommend using jQuery() in all instances, so that people get used to using jQuery and won't try to use document.getElementById().value and document.getElementById().onchange which will cause problems.
If you want me to review your code in the entire book, you can email me a copy of your book at email@example.com and I will look at it when I have time.
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