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After creating your application main interface the next thing you should think of is to add components to the interface, and allow the user to execute commands. Continue reading to learn how to add new items and commands to your
Displayable, how to create and update
StringItem content to display uneditable text and how to create various
Commands and handle
Mobile technology is a day-to-day technology that almost everyone has. Some even use this technology more than PC and they are always in need for new features and functionality. These features and functionality are provided using Mobile Applications, so I decided to write a series of articles about building mobile applications. At the beginning, I will start with J2ME applications and later I will cover other technologies.
This article describes how to categorize posts in pages by modifying your theme template to show posts belonging to a specific category, and to exclude these posts from your home page.
When using WordPress to build your website and blog you need a lot of customization before being able to start blogging. One of the customizations that I needed for my website is how to add separate pages to show posts based on category or tag. These posts also will be excluded from the latest posts list in your home page.