Using the Java Client Library (Behind the Actions, Ep. 5)

Actions on Google has two client libraries to help developers creating back-end fulfillment for their Actions. One, written in Node.js has been offered since the early platform days. More recently, a Java / Kotlin Client Library has been released. In this episode, Neto and Taylor will show you how to create your first Action fulfillment […]

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Android Beginner Tutorial #3 – Buttons [click buttons to execute actions]

Android Beginner Tutorial #3 – Buttons [click buttons to execute actions] By the end of this video you will know: 1) how to add a button to a layout file 2) how to execute actions with your buttons 3) how to print a message on the screen after clicking a button (a toast message) ‚ě§Android […]

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Mutiple buttons with different actions in a single HTML form

Suppose in a HTML form with name search_form_results, we have three buttons. One button requires action reports.php, while other two buttons require reportsD.php and reportsA.php. We can use JavaScript function to submit a form with different actions: document.forms[‘search_form_results’].action = ‘reportsA.php’; document.forms[‘search_form_results’].submit(); More about this code: http://jiansenlu.blogspot.ca/2013/04/mutiple-buttons-with-different-actions.html

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Modern Testing in PHP with Codeception: Basic Actions

Lesson 2 of 13, a Tuts+ course on Modern Testing in PHP with Codeception taught by Jeffrey Way. The full course is available at: https://tutsplus.com/course/modern-testing-in-php-with-codeception/?utm_campaign=yt_tutsplus_KhbgyLMRe-M&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=youtube.com&utm_content=description Become a Tuts+ member to get access to hundreds of new courses and eBooks!

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