One last design consideration for building an application is how the files are laid out on the web server. This post will provide you with a suggested layout, discuss a few some follow up thoughts, and then answer questions that arose during the development of this series.
One of the design considerations needed was a way to sort appointments for a specific day. This post will extend the Appointments data class to include a function to identify appointments by a specific date.
This post will discuss an installation script that allows Ladder know about new data class. It will describe two classes that will be used throughout the rest of the series that extend ldrItem and ldrFolder respectively. It will then demonstrate how to create a new Appointments folder so that Appointments can be stored in it.
This blog series demonstrates how to use Ladder to create an Appointment Calendar. Its goal is to provide readers with a clear understanding of how to build a simple application using reusable components based on Ladder’s data management capabilities. Future articles will rely on these concepts to build larger applications.