The Google Analytics Reporting Suite is an Adobe AIR application that brings Google Analytics to the desktop. It uses it’s own custom API to interact with Google and nearly implements all features of Analytics.
All you need is an Analytics account and you’re good to go!
Here are some key features of “Analytics Reporting Suite”:
■ Easy profile selection and account management.
■ Use multiple profiles from different Analytics accounts.
■ All visitors, traffic and content reports available.
■ Tabbed interface to easily switch between reports.
■ Data drilldown, goal values, data segmentation.
■ Animated, interactive graphs.
■ Advanced data grids with filtering and paging.
■ Switch between interactive reports or PDF reports.
■ Exports to PDF, Excel and XML
■ Adobe AIR

*** This video shows you a step by step on how to use the Full Google Analytics API in your PHP code. I will show you how to integrate this service in our application to get the desired information to be retrieved for each of our visitor.

Amazon’s own version of “MySQL Lite” only runs on Windows and

Let’s dive into the code…

a demo of some of the data points available for this package. Most of the data points aren’t even touched in the script, we are just pulling the important ones such as:


The “desired” data you want to get back out of the database (the table being accessed)

The “row” number in the database where the desired data is located

How the actual data in the database is stored

Also some info on why we are using the “SELECT *” and also what to expect from it’s results

We’ll start off by creating a new php file called “DoIt.php” and open it in your favorite text editor.

This will be our server side script that we’ll run to retrieve the data we want

So for now we just want to set up our first query and run it. Since I’ve already written a tutorial on how to connect to Amazon’s “MySQL Lite” database, you should look into that first if you are a newbie to PHP.

Open the file and copy the following code:

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The application is designed to manage booking tables, and is an ideal tool for a restaurant manager. The program is based on the AJAX technology and requires no installation. The task of organizing the tables will be taken care of automatically and the user can focus on the rest of his activities.
In addition to reservation planning, the user will be able to check the ticket’s details and, most importantly, view a reservation-generated timeline. Managers can configure iMagic in order to fit all their needs and the program will automatically create bar and table graphs for each restaurant. The user can also generate figures and statistics with total reservations, bookings per month, bookings per week and per day, the total reservations in a period, reservations for particular days, and reservations for a particular month. iMagic also offers an appointment reminder facility that will not only notify the client via email but also via the custom-generated chart.
The application is intended for use in restaurants and coffee houses.
iMagic Restaurant Reservation Screenshots:

iMagic Restaurant Reservation User Review:

Excel for Mac

Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.

Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.

Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.Q:

Add extra href attribute to links in link_to in Ruby on Rails

I have a search form in my view that calls a method:
:get do %>
‘Search…’ %>

The search method in the controller will do the search and a link_to in the view will call a method to get the results, like this:вђ-torrent-1337x/