'; var o Parser = new DOMParser(); var o DOM = o Parser.parse From String(s My String, "text/xml"); // print the name of the root element or error message dump(o DOM.document Name == "parsererror" ?"error while parsing" : o DOM.document Name); instance.
Then, to add extensions to Simple XML: To access a visualization or form input from the dashboard using Java Script, you must first add a component ID to the visualization or form input in the dashboard's source code, and then use this ID in your Java Script.
Add an ID to the Simple XML source code using this format, where component corresponds to the visualization, such a chart, table, map, text input, and so forth: For more about visualizations and form inputs in Simple XML, see Simple XML Reference in the Dashboards and Visualizations manual.
By using extensions, the original dashboard is still available, and you can continue to use the built-in Dashboard Editor and PDF generation features.
Add an /appserver/static/ directory to your app under $SPLUNK_HOME/etc/apps/app_name/ for static CSS and Java Script resource files.
No need to have any other file for your theme since it’s dependent on the xml files inside the base folder 3.
Since magento reads through the xml files it will first search for the changes inside your newly created and apply overrides and updates and then fall through the files inside the base folder if that is the default xml folder set via the magento administration. Create the inside your theme’s layout folder (app/frontend/default/your-theme/layout) 2.
Use the following approaches to serialize the contents of the XML document you created in Part 1.
First, create a DOM tree as described in How to Create a DOM tree.
It's author is Aleksandar Kolundzija, himself a web developer for 10 years, presently a Hacker-in-Residence at betaworks.
Prior to betaworks, Alex worked at Google, Meebo, MLB Advanced Media (MLB.com), Razorfish, and elsewhere.
My mobile app connects to numerous social network APIs, some of which only provide an XML response.