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Creating a modular application with Zend Framework - Amazium

Modular applications with Zend Framework http://blog.keppens.biz/2009/06/create¬modular¬application¬with¬zend.html I admit. I am a sucker for modules. I like my code nicely seperated in manageable blocks, that I can reuse whenever I want. Needless to say, I'm a big fan of the modules in Zend Framework. It isn't always very easy to set it up though. I had to look long and hard for answers on several questions and I noticed a lot of people had the same ones. So, I decided to make an article on creating a modular application in Zend Framework. Pre‐requisites I'm assuming you have already downloaded Zend Framework and have configured your system, so we can use Zend_Tool and the zf scripts to set up our application. If you haven't, you can find a link to my blog at the bottom of this article. Zend_Tool isn't really necessary when setting up an application, but it makes it very easy and assures that your application follows the default directory structure. This creates the project and the initial structure (see figure 1). Let's see what files are important to us. First of all you have the public directory. This will not only hold the index.php file that will start your application, but also public files such as images, css files, javascript files, etc... Then you have the library directory. If you have your own library, this is where you can put it. I will briefly touch how you can add it to your application. The test directory will hold the unit tests. This can be used to test your models which should contain the business logic, but also the actual pages themselves. Last but not least there is the application directory. This can be considered as the most important one. I must confess that in the past, I tried to put as many things like helpers, filters, models in my own library. But I've seen the light! It's actually far simpler to use the directory structure as defined by Zend Framework. Digging into the application directory configs Inside the configs directory, you will find a file called application.ini. This file will be used to define your basic application configuration. We will see later how you can add your own resources to use this and to be auto loaded by your application. We will get back to this file on a number of occasions. Familiarize yourself with it, it will become one of your allies. controllers Inside the controller directory, you will find files for every controller. This is Zend Framework 101, so I'm not going into detail. When you get to modules, don't forget to prepend your module name to the class name (i.e. Admin_IndexController). models Inside the models directory, you can put your models. There is a lot of discussion to what a model is and here's my take: a model contains your business logic, but is not tied to a storage engine...

changing oil in the kawasaki vulcan vn2000 - Kawasaki Vulcan 2000

CHANGING OIL IN THE KAWASAKI VULCAN VN2000 (based on a 2005 model) by tensman1 Preparing the motorcycle: 1. To start, level the motorcycle – my preference is to put a spacer blocks under the kickstand on the left side of the motorcycle and under the frame on the right side of the bike just under the frame member. These blocks are made from scrap lumber. I find it is easier to set the right side block first as shown and tilt the motorcycle until the frame contacts the block, then, holding the handlebars, kick the left side block under the kickstand. This dimension may not be correct for 2004 models as the 2005 models have a different kickstand – the 2004 model will likely be thicker. To be sure your blocks are the correct thickness the first time, lay a level across the luggage rack as shown. You may need to shim them slightly to hold the bike dead level. Or, in the absence of a luggage rack, the seat will do: Small funnel Oil filter wrench – I like the band type shown, but a metal strap type will work. 14 mm box wrench And, of course, some sort of container that will catch about 6 quarts of oil – I’d use a container to hold about 10 quarts. I use the same drain pan for my truck. And, of course, at least 6 quarts of oil and a filter. I prefer to use KawChem 10w-40 and Kaw filters. I usually buy my oil in gallon containers, makes filling quicker. 3. Locate the drain points: There are three (3) plugs to be removed to drain the V2K engine oil. Two (2) plugs are 17mm and one (1) is 14mm (see pics that follow). All plugs are removed by turning them CCW – remember, the plugs are “upside-down” so be sure you turn them the right direction! Oil should be drained while it is warm; this speeds the process and puts most heavy particles in suspension in the oil so they are removed during draining. These plugs are different in their sealing method, but this makes no difference for the oil draining process. Make sure they are put back in the same position shown! Wipe the sealing surfaces of the plugs with a rag and the oil pan surface that makes contact with the plug. These plugs are accessed easiest from the right side of the motorcycle...

2 METER FM RECEIVER KIT - HobbyTron.com

2 METER FM RECEIVER KIT Keep an ear on the local repeater action from your easy chair with this simple and fun to build FM receiver. Tune the entire 2 Meter band or the VHF high Police and Fire band. Most Ramsey kits can be classified as “Skill Level 1”. That means that our kits are intended to be sucessful for first-time kit builders. This FR146 FM Receiver is best regarded as a “Skill Level 2” project (or at least Level 1.46!) and should not be taken lightly, even by experienced, licensed radio amateurs. Still, this step-by-step manual is written with the beginner in mind, because we are well aware of the fascination that Two Meters and its maze of repeaters holds for newcomers, which means this could be your very first kit project. The same holds true for those who just want to peek in on VHF public service communications without the cost of a scanner. To be honest, we'd like to see first-time builders start out with an easier kit such as the Ramsey HR-40 Forty Meter receiver before assembling the FR146, but we are confident that you can construct the FR146 successfully if you follow this manual carefully and patiently. This receiver is a good project for amateurs wishing to become more familiar with 2 meter FM before choosing a transceiver, or for those active on 2 who want an inexpensive receiver to take on trips, keep in a briefcase or to watch for band openings. Before beginning the project or even studying the circuit description, it is worthwhile to develop some prior respect for how much receiver is packed onto the circuit board. The nine semiconductor devices (diodes, transistors and IC chips) give the equivalent of about 30 or more transistors diodes. And, in addition to four inductors, a crystal and two ceramic filters, there are nearly 60 capacitors and resistors. Surely, all that should result in a decent receiver! You could easily spend twice the money plus hours of time trying to gather the equivalent parts from catalogs and still need to make your own circuit board. BUILDING YOUR FR146 KIT There are just over 200 solder connections on the FR146 printed circuit board. That means your work could be 99% excellent and you could STILL have 2 or 3 cold solder points or solder bridges. Since this circuit is more sophisticated than a direct-conversion HF receiver or a simple transmitter, a beginner or casual amateur could have a harder time tracing a problem due to a poor solder connection. Therefore, PLEASE take us seriously when we say that good soldering is essential to the proper operation of your receiver! Use a 25-watt soldering pencil with a clean, sharp tip. Use only rosin-core solder intended for electronics use. lamp or bench-style magnifier may be helpful. Do your work in stages, taking breaks to check your work. Carefully brush away wire cuttings so they don't lodge between solder connections...

DATA SHEET
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INTEGRATED CIRCUITS DATA SHEET GENERAL DESCRIPTION • Equipped with all stages of a mono receiver from antenna to audio output The TDA7088T is a bipolar integrated circuit for use in mono portable and pocket radios. It is used when a minimum of peripheral components (of small dimensions and low costs) is important. The circuit contains a frequency-locked-loop (FLL) system with an Intermediate Frequency (IF) of about 70 kHz. Selectivity is achieved by active RC-filters. De-tuning related to the IF and too weak input signals is suppressed by the mute circuit. • Mute circuit • Search tuning with a single varicap diode • Mechanical tuning with integrating AFC • AM application supported • Power supply polarity protection • Power supply voltage down to 1.8 V. APPLICATIONS • Mechanical tuning; this is possible with or without integrating AFC circuit • Electrical tuning; this is realized by one directional (band-up) search tuning facility, including RESET to the lower-band limit. QUICK REFERENCE DATA SYMBOL PARAMETER CONDITIONS MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT VP supply voltage supply current radio input frequency RF sensitivity input voltage (RMS value) VoAF = −3 dB; VoAF = 0 dB at Vi = 1 mV; mute off signal handling audio output signal (RMS value) operating ambient temperature ORDERING INFORMATION...

Amazon Associates for Webstore - alexctruong

clothingstoresample.webstorepowered.com INVENTORY ORDERS STORE DESIGN Amazon Associates for Webstore With Webstore Associates, you can feature products from Amazon.com on your Webstore. If you have Amazon Checkout enabled, customers can purchase your Webstore products and Amazon products at the same time. Amazon Associate product detail pages will appear the same as your products, giving your Webstore a consistent theme and brand. When customers purchase Amazon products from your Webstore, you can receive Amazon Associates revenue, and receive ratings and reviews from Amazon.com. Webstore Associates also supports widgets that display Amazon.com products such as the Associates Search Query and Amazon Associates widgets. Webstore Associates supports an integrated cart and checkout experience where customers may checkout with both Associates (Syndicated) products as well your Webstore products. IWebstore Associates only supports Webstore sellers who have the Amazon Checkout option. Amazon Checkout must be enabled in order to use this widget. Webstore sellers may optionally link to the Amazon Associates program to receive commission. Amazon Associates program, not Webstore, is solely responsible for commission, eligibility, and registration of Amazon Associates. Enabling the Webstore Associates Feature Webstore Associates is a self-service feature. Once your Webstore is enabled for Webstore Associates, use Webstore Associates-enabled widgets to display Amazon products on your Webstore. To enable Webstore Associates: 1. From Seller Central, on the Settings tab click Control Panel. 2. Under General Webstore Settings, click Associates Configuration. The Amazon Associates for Webstore page appears. 3. Check the box next to Enable Associates for your Webstore. 4. In Associate Tracking ID type your associate's tracking ID. Your Associates Tracking ID can be found on the upper right hand corner of the Amazon Associates homepage. 5. Select the Associate filters you wish to apply by checking the box. Amazon Offers only: Display only items sold by Amazon.com. Prime Offers only: Display only Prime-eligible offers. Associates products in product recommendation: Includes Amazon Associates products in product recommendation widgets. Offer Fallback: When item is out of stock on your Webstore, this option will enable an Amazon Associates product to be displayed on the product detail page. This product will not be searchable and you will not be able to browse to it on your Webstore since it is out of stock. But if a buyer has a direct link to the detail page, they will still be able to purchase the item. 6. Click Submit. If you want to receive commission for Associate products, click Sign up for Amazon Associates and follow the steps to register. The Associates Tag is optional and only if you want to receive commission. Some restrictions apply on the number of products you can display. See the 40% Rule for more information...

Photography Rules and Guidelines (page 1 of 2l

Nationa! PTA Reflections Program: Photography Rules and Guidelines (page 1 of 2l "The Magic of a Moment" A photography entry must be an original black-and-white or color image produced by a photographic process. The entry must relate to the current Reflections Program theme. The entry may incorporate such techniques as photomontage, multiple exposure, negative sandwiches, and photograms. lmages may be manipulated conventionally or digitally. lmages should demonstrate the student's proper use of photographic techniques such as depth of field and exposure. The images may be created using various lenses, filters, and light sources. Photographs with added graphics over the image, including lettering, are not acceptable. Whether an entry uses a variety of techniques or a simple approach, it will be judged primarily on how well the student uses his or her artistic vision to portray the theme.. A single print or collage may not exceed 11 inches by 14 inches, including a mat. . Mount all prints on a cardboard mat, poster board, or some other sturdy material. . Protect photographs with transparent cellophane wrap or sleeve designed for artwork (optional). DO NOT LAMINATE. Shrinkwrap is not recommended. DO NOT USE PLASTIC FOOD WRAP . Framed entries, original film (negatives or transparencies), and multidimensional pieces are not accepted. Use of Gopyrighted Material Use of copyrighted material, including any copyrighted cartoon characters or other such material, is not acceptable in any Photography submission, with the following exceptions: Photographs may include public places, well-known products, trademarks, or certain other copyrighted material as long as that copyrighted material is incidental to the subject matter of the piece and/or is a smaller element of a whole. The resulting work cannot try to establish an association between the student and the trademar[ .Student Eligibility Students must participate in the National PTA Reflections@ Program through a local PTtuPTSA in good standing. Parent groups not affiliated with National PTA are not eligible to sponsor this program. lt is the responsibility of the state and local PTtuPTSA to determine each student's eligibility in the National PTA Reflections@ Program. A student may develop an entry in or outside of school. Qualifying students create their own artwork but may receive non-artistic accommodation and assistance from an adult. Students who qualify for the Special lnterest Division may choose to enter in the traditional four grade divisions. lf this is the case, the student will follow all general rules and arts category rules, but may submit the entry in the grade division most closely aligned to their cognitive or functional abilities. The student is recognized and awarded as parl of the general student population without regard to special needs or challenges. National PTAwill honor one Special Artist from across all categories to receive an Outstanding lnterpretationAward...

2013 District Photo Rules & Guidelines - District 11 4-H and Youth

2013 District 11 4-H Photography Contest Rules and Guidelines (For Juniors & Intermediates ONLY) To develop life skills in composition, light, story line, posing and awareness.• To encourage 4-H members to use photography as a meaningful communication tool in their• lives. To provide a photography project showcase opportunity for 4-H members.• To continue to share the message of 4-H.• To utilize photographs which can promote and strengthen the 4-H program.• THIS YEAR: There are 15 categories for the photography contest• The District 11 Photography Contest will follow the Texas 4-H Photography Contest (state• contest) guidelines. All photos will be submitted and judged electronically. RULES AND GUIDELINES: Impact is the sense one gets upon viewing an image for the first time. Compelling images evoke laughter, sadness, anger, pride, wonder or another intense emotion. There can be impact in any of these twelve elements. Creativity is the original, fresh, and external expression of the imagination of the maker by using the medium to convey an idea, message or thought. Technical excellence is the quality of the image itself as it is presented for viewing. Retouching, manipulation, sharpness, exposure, mounting, and correct color are some items that speak to the qualities of the physical print. Composition is important to the design of an image, bringing all of the visual elements together in concert to express the purpose of the image. Proper composition holds the viewer in the image and prompts the viewer to look where the creator intends. Effective composition can be pleasing or disturbing, depending on the intent of the image maker. Lighting – the use and control of light – refers to how dimension, shape and roundness are defined in an image. Whether the light applied to an image is manmade or natural, proper use of it should enhance an image. Style is defined in a number of ways as it applies to a creative image. It might be defined by a specific genre or simply be recognizable as the characteristics of how a specific artist applies light to a subject. It can impact an image in a positive manner when the subject matter and the style are appropriate for each other, or it can have a negative effect when they are at odds. Presentation affects an image by giving it a finished look. If mats and/or borders are used do they support and enhance the image, not distract from it. Any filters or finishes applied to photos should be enhancing to the photos presentation. Center of Interest is the point or points on the image where the maker wants the viewer to stop as they view the image. There can be primary and secondary centers of interest. Occasionally there will be no specific center of interest, when the entire scene collectively serves as the center of interest. Subject Matter should always be appropriate to the story being told in an image. Color Balance supplies harmony to an image. An image in which the tones work together, effectively supporting the image, can enhance its emotional appeal. Color balance is not always harmonious and can be used to evoke diverse feelings for effect...

PHOTOGRAPHY RULES 2013
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Weardale Agricultural Society If all that follows is gobbledygook ... then stop reading and please just enter your pictures in the Show ... the best photograph in the 2011 advanced division was a small, wonderfully dreamy, winter landscape taken with a smartphone! The aim of the Photography Section is to encourage everyone to have fun sharing their favourite images of the real world. So there are two divisions for younger and older children ... and another for adults.Although emphasis is placed on naturalistic rather than artistic pictures, that does not preclude the use of modern digital techniques. Our guidelines match those of the National Geographic so closely that the famous magazine's 2012 competition rules are reproduced almost in full below: "Please submit photographs that are un-manipulated and real, and that capture those special moments in time. The world is already full of visual artifice, and we don’t want the Photography Contest to add to it. We want to see the world through your eyes, not the tools of Photoshop or setup photography. Please do not digitally enhance or alter your photographs beyond the basics needed to achieve realistic colour balance and sharpness. If you have digitally added or removed anything, please don't submit the shot. We look at every photo to see if it's authentic, and if we find that yours is in any way deceptive, we'll disqualify it. In case of the winners, we may ask for the original RAW files to be submitted for review. DODGING AND BURNING: Dodging (to brighten shadows) or burning (to darken highlights) is fine, but please don’t overdo it. Your goal in using digital darkroom techniques should be to adjust the dynamic tonal range of an image so that it more closely resembles what you saw. COLOUR SATURATION: Just as with dodging and burning, your goal should be to make it real. Please avoid significant over- or under-saturation. A lot of photographers make the mistake of over-saturating colour, making their images look cartoonish. SOLARIZATION, MEZZOTINT, DUOTONE, ETC.: These are discouraged as being too gimmicky. There are a myriad of alteration "filters" available in digital photo software; try not to be swayed to use them. They may be cool and fun, but they won’t help you in this contest. BLACK-AND-WHITE IMAGES: Acceptable CROPPING: Acceptable STITCHED PANORAMAS: NOT acceptable unless requested HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE (HDR) IMAGES: NOT acceptable unless requested FISH-EYE LENSES: Unless used underwater, they are NOT acceptable"...

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Madison Tractor Company offers many different types of john Deere lawn mowers parts including mower belts, electric PTO clutches, coils, hydrostatic pumps, carburetion, fuel caps, air filters, batteries, fuel filters, bearings and various other high quality parts.

ford escape filters and plugs
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