For those of you who, like me, are great fans of visual eye candy and dislike text only user interfaces, this post is for you!
This document describes the patterns I’ve employed when building demonstration systems on Roxy for MarkLogic 6. Many could be taken for other XQuery servers or
So I’ve made a previous post about Roxy where I mentioned that by default there’s no support for protected URLs. Well after a little thinking,
Making this part one, because I can imagine the need for many more parts in future! I like XQuery. Took very little time to get
CRUD! I mean, sorry, Create Read Update Delete. In Ruby on Rails these concepts are very familiar. Because a RoR controller is typically tied to
One of the first things I’ve come across whilst working at MarkLogic is the Roxy Framework. This was developed by a few of our guys