Smartphones have entered in different business domains. Recently, Android Market exceeded 10 billion app downloads—with a growth rate of one billion app downloads per month. In my recent post, I explained basic things every Android user must know. Now it’s turn to apps. There are different type of apps, I’ve tested some apps and compiled a list which can be a part of your daily life. My objective is NOT to install so many apps, but app must be high productive.
In my previous post, I explained how to group HTML table rows with jQuery. This post explains How to do same thing using ASP.NET Gridview control on server side. The logic is same to check row by row. If data is same in next row’s cell, hide next row’s cell and increase rowspan of current row’s cell.
It’s easy to group data in SQL statement, but if you have to display it using HTML table, It’s not drag and drop as in reporting environment. One way to group on server side and draw tr td accordingly. But If it is already created with tons of functionality attached, It’s risky to change. Don’t worry, you can do it easily with jQuery.
In some posts, I’ve attached source code and files allowing user to download. Now I’m interested to check how many times file downloaded and how to display it with download link as in other sites. I found different WordPress plugins like WP-DownloadManager, Downloads Manager, WordPress Download Monitor, WordPress Download Counter..etc. All are doing file management perfectly, But I like WordPress Download Monitor the most. It allows you to upload files, store it on your server and share it with your readers. You can install and activate it easily as normal plugin.
In this article, we’ll implement month range selection feature in which user can select start and end months to get monthly data and we don’t want to add one more external library for this if jQuery UI is already being used in the project. We’ll use jQuery UI date-picker to show month and year only to select month range.