I recently came across the need to have a countdown displayed in one of our applications. I was going to be releasing a new version of our app and wanted the users to have an idea of how long it was going to take until the application was up and running. After a few searches I found a plugin that does just what I needed, it is a jquery plugin, very simple to use and to add to any php application in just a matter of minutes.
This tutorial was written after one of my readers requested help with creating a dependent dropdown menu for continents, countries and states. I hope this helps everyone out there, who like myself, have struggled with this in the past.
I have been looking for ways to export MySQL data to pdf using ExtJS, and up to this day I haven’t been able to
Albeit, the report isn’t necessarily created by ExtJS, it is extremely easy to create the report and implement this on your ExtJS application.
**** Update May 17th 2011 **** This is an alternate solution to PHPJasperXML, it uses jasperserver to store the report which can be accessed via its url and you can also use subreports and multiple parameters.