Undo functionality does not exist in Hubspot after you save? - inline-editing

Are there any other IDE's you can use to develop an Html email for Hubspot?
Once I preview the email I am developing in their IDE and go back to edit,
I can not undo anything. IMO that is horrible for Development or any type
of editing. Any thoughts or suggestions on how to get around this archaic

You can use any IDE you'd like and connect to HubSpot via FTP. I personally use Sublime Text and utilize the Sublime SFTP plugin to connect via FTP.


Is it possible to upload logos for an Alexa Skill using the ASK CLI?

I'm learning how I might manage multiple similar Alexa Skills at scale. I think I have an approach to create and update the skills using gulp-template and the ask-cli.
However, I can't find a way to programmatically upload logos for the skills. Is this possible via the ask cli, or must I upload them manually?
If you are using ask cli, publishing related information will be present in the skill-package/skill.json file. Update the "publishingInformation" section per locale with new logos. Reference:documentation
Use "deploy" command to update the skill.

Show React Native app in "Open in" dialogue of another app

I'm new at creating React Native apps and I would like to know if there is a doc or a package that allow us to open my app from an external one by clicking on the "share" button, that open the "open in... / share" dialogue modal
Thanks by advance
I have read the instructions given in the following link : React Native Share Extension
but the thing is that it asks to edit some Java files for Android, and other ones for iOS. Since I'm working with javascript files, where am I supposed to find the files the documentation tells me to edit ?
There is nothing built-it to do this, but there's also some useful packages for doing that, the catch is that you will need to write some native code to make it work
first there is React-native-share-extension forn handle share intents, and for more advanced stuff there is react-native-deep-link for handling for example an url of a video, or a download url, or a mail intent .
Both packages requires to edit native ;-;

how to make selection of input file in ADF mobile framework

i am making the MAF application for practice but in this application am giving the functionality of upload and download files from server and but input file component is not giving in the ORACLE MAF and am successfully done the upload button but i am not know how to add input select file component in the MAF. please
help me .
thank you
please answer this question...
For download, you can use this tag into an amx page :
<amx:goLink text="Download" id="bla" url="http://www.yourservlet.com/download"/>
For the upload functionality, I am not sure if that works somehow. Try to follow up this question of the Oracle Community to find out more about the upload functionality.
Hope to be helpful.

Prompt user to install/view app on mobile site

Does there exist some kind of plugin or lightweight method of determining whether
A. A user is using a mobile device
B. The user has a particular app
C. The user does not have a particular app.
And depending on what criteria the user satisfies, display a prompt (modal, overlay, pop-up) that allows the user to view the app (if installed) or to install it (if they do not have it installed).
I realize "A" can be achieved by using media queries but I am not sure how to configure the others.
I've seen this done on many many sites so I know that it is not uncommon (view screenshot). Ideally I just want to implement some quick solution. I'm looking for something similar to "Hello Bar" for mobile only, I suppose.
Any help will be appreciated.
Example: http://i.imgur.com/VkWKu.png (the prompt at the top of the browser)
I ended up finding this:
Which is exactly what I was looking for and will work in tandem with the other solutions.
I would try this approach if you really need to know if a user has your app installed.
When your app is installed and first run have it create a cookie. The only thing you have to remember to use is the CookieSyncManager because the set Cookies are stored in RAM and not storage, CookieSyncManager will sync these two.
Once you've set the cookie you can then read the Cookie with the website, if its there show popup etc. Oh and only show this popup only if its a mobile device: http://www.quirksmode.org/js/detect.html
Android Developer On CookieSyncManager: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/webkit/CookieSyncManager.html
Bolg Post Explaining the Usage of the CookieSyncManager:
I know how to do this with android not iOS or Windows...
There's no standard way to do this.
See the end of this post: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ieinternals/archive/2011/07/14/url-protocols-application-protocols-and-asynchronous-pluggable-protocols-oh-my.aspx for one mechanism available to JavaScript in IE10.
IE10's Metro environment offers this: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2011/10/20/connect-your-web-site-to-your-windows-8-app.aspx but I don't think that exists for the mobile browser.

silverlight in html EMAIL body

I have a news letter which i did in silverlight, is there a way to send it in email. like as you include html tags, is there a way to include silverlight xap package in it.
Probably better to reference a webpage containing your silverlight content.
Technically, you could put the path to the .xap hosted on a website into an HTML email body, but nearly all mail clients will not display this - most even prevent images from loading by default.
Most email systems will prevent you from embedding active content like SilverLight, as it presents a security risk. Your only option probably is to put your SilverLight app on the web, and just email a link to it.
Don't if you want your newsletter to be read by anyone. See this article for a good list of do's and don'ts when sending emails.
Don't listen to those guys, they're probably FlashHeads... ;)
Besides that they give up too easily. More power to ya!
I assume this newsletter is for an audence that specifically desires your content: i.e a club or similar organization that doesn't have a windows based webserver.
What you do is attach the file in such a way that they drag a zip containing the files that would normally be served from a website to the hard drive - right click - extract all then they run it by clicking on an HTML file with .htm extension that hosts the silverlight plugin instead of an aspx file.
One note that probably won't matter to you is that without a server backing this up the content can't really send you back any info but it CAN get dynamic info that comes from say RSS feeds or WCF services hosted on the web.