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4Over is considered among the leading market players when it comes to the online printing industry. Ever since its inception, the company has shown tremendous growth annually. read more
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Cronjob is a combination of two different entity. Cron is a time-based scheduler in Unix OS like Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS etc... And these tasks are referred to as "Cron Jobs". So basic Cronjob is Unix command for scheduling jobs to be executed in specific time and specific interval OR we can say that cronjob is a some set of tasks that must be triggered at a certain interval. read more
Batch processing is the execution of a series of jobs in a site without manual intervention each on a set or "batch" of inputs, rather than a single input. Batch operations in Drupal API is primarily designed to integrate nicely with the Form API workflow, but can also be used by non-Form API scripts. read more
One of our clients wanted us to generate order PDF on order payment completion. The requirement included customized PDF which includes store logo, watermark and dynamic header and footer based on site language. We used Commerce Billy PDF module to accomplish this task. Commerce Billy is a lightweight approach for a billing system for Drupal Commerce (Billy = Billing Light). Commerce Billy PDf is a part of Commerce Billy module. read more
Parallax scrolling is a technique in computer graphics and web design service, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D scene and adding to the immersion.The parallax effect has been around for years in classic video games. This cool effect is now commonly seen as part of the scrolling feature of a web page. read more
There are times when you prompt your user with two autocomplete input boxes where one depends on the information entered into the first box. For example, if you select "cars" in the first box, then all the autocomplete value suggestions would pertain to "cars" in the second box. The values that you load in the second box depends on the selection of the first box. read more
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