Do i need to create a software and install that on server to convert a file?
Yes, if you want to provide the service on the internet then you must use a web server. You could buy your own, but it is usually far easier to buy space from a hosting company. To learn PHP go to http://www.w3schools.com/php/[^].
Thing is not PHP. I want ask about the software that i need for conversion. Will the hosting provide me a option to install the software at the server?
I was not able to find a single tutorial on this on web
I have a 3 step survey, from where in on each step we are collecting some values.
Each step is created as a panel, and set visible to false, enabling them in the code as required.
On Step 3, there are about 5 questions the user needs to complete, upon which an account is created. So, on the button click of this final step, for some reason all the values in this panel are lost when i try to get the values,
I need to create a graph (a linear graph) in a project of mine.
My company only uses IE8.
I checked over the net and saw that SVG is not supported in IE8 however I'm seeing SVG when I'm surfing in IE8 (when I look in the source ) so I don't understand the contraindication.
Is SVG supported or not and if not, is there a way for me to create a linear graph? I saw an example using CSS but it's too complicated and I wanted to know if there's something simpler.
Thank you for the resposne but I didn't get an answer to my question.
I can see the SVG works on IE in different versions.
My question is again regarding IE8.
Using an open source editor is not an option in my situation.
If you look at sites that do use SVG with IE8 compatibality mode it does display them. I want to know how it is done.
I found a JS library that I'm going to check:
You posed an interesting question, specially for the fact that you say to me able to see SVG while on IE8.
That is what I can tell you without knowing much more about your graph project.
One of those days when i have to start a new assignment and i feel a little uncertain about which path to go.. CROSSROAD.
I did a decent amount of web application development using Asp.net, from framework 1.1 to 4.0, then moved to Silverlight for nearly 2 years due to my assignments. haven't got a chance to work with MVC so i am kind of MVC virgin. so as to say, i am a Razor engine virgin too.
Now i have an opportunity to work on a Web application (not Silverlight based), and looking at options at hand, I am uncertain what would be a good way to go ahead.
2) or should i do a HTML5 + Razor engine path, while data is still to be consumed via services.