Name: [030] Ronald Jaramillo
Member: 114 months
Authored: 6 videos

Manage multiple joins (one to many) [ID:040] (3/5)

in series: CatWalk For TurboGears

video tutorial by Ronald Jaramillo, added 03/07

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CatWalk knows how to handle one to many relations. For example if you preview your 'Author' instance it will display a list of it's books along it's other attributes.

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6. anonymous Tue, 24 Nov 2009 23:58

Nice tutorial

5. anonymous Wed, 10 Dec 2008 08:01

this doesn't show Manage multiple joins (one to many)... it's shows a user inputting data

Hi Osman. Ronald recorded these videos without any voice...they are mute by design.

I would love to host some newer videos that had a voice track, if someone would be interested in recording a new set?



There is problem in all these series.

No voice.

Ronald originally made these as silent videos, and we aggregated them here so that TurboGears users would have easy access to all the videos.

We'd love to have updated videos with sound, which walk the user through using CatWalk for the first time and also showing advanced usage (configuration etc.).

These would be much better with some sound.

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