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Information about ABAP Tiles
ABAP Tiles is a Model-View-Presenter framework for the ABAP programming language. It allows developers to take advantage of the MVP pattern while requiring minimal effort. As a result applications gain solid three-tier architecture, become better structured, and easier to test and maintain.
The ABAP Tiles Documentation Wiki contains articles specific to the framework.
There are sections with information on the following topics:
- ABAP Tiles Overview – an introduction to the ABAP Tiles framework.
- Functional Examples – assistance on how to use the ABAP tiles framework.
- Technical Details – information on how ABAP Tiles was created.
The source code will be added before long, but there should be plenty of other articles to read for now.
Discover the Guild Wars Hall of Monuments
Just click my Guild Wars character name Marquesta Karthon to see all that I have accumulated!
The Hall of Monuments Reward Calculator determines rewards that have been unlocked based on achievements in the original Guild Wars video game. It also shows how the individual reward benefits are calculated and potentially what other items are available.
Information about Setup Catan
The Setup Catan Board Layout Generator will assist you in setting up the board game Settlers of Catan. You will be able to get started playing in less time and enjoy a more fair and engaging game. There are various options available to allow you to select players, scenario, variant, and level of randomization; but first you must indicate which products you have.
Original version of Setup Catan
The bitbucket code repository contains source code based on the original Setup Catan Web site. It shows how the site was designed and what other technologies were used. Just click the repository name setupcatan-old to get started!
The coding for the original version of the CATAN Setup Guide will be available on bitbucket.
February 27, 2011
My journey started in downtown Memphis shortly after noon. As I left the Claridge House the weather outside was beautiful; 52°F, clear, and sunny. I began by heading north on Main St and then made my first turn towards the east on to A.W.Willis Ave. After about a mile this street turned into North Parkway and took me the rest of the way to midtown. At Watkins I cut over to the V&E Greenline and headed towards my first stop.
After collecting some stashed rations I was headed east on the V&E Greenline again. I followed it to the end at Springdale and then went south through Hein Park towards Sam Cooper Blvd. I ran one mile east along Sam Cooper then turned south on Tillman to reach the Shelby Farms Greenline. This was my favorite part of the run with over eight miles of paved paths leading to my second stop at the Shelby Farms visitors center.
Leaving the visitors center I headed east around patriot lake to the Tour de Wolf Trail. This multi-use mountain bike trail provided some interesting changes in terrain as I headed toward Germantown Parkway. I followed twists and turns until the path went south; my goal was to the east so I left the trail. After a short stretch of shiggy I found a service road and Germantown Parkway. I was glad to be out of the woods, but I was close to Walnut Grove and needed to run three more miles to reach Dexter and my final stop.
Explore the map below for more details.
Points of Interest
|First Stop||34 mins||3.8 miles|
|Second Stop||2 hr 32 mins||15.7 miles||Final Stop||3 hrs 37 mins||21.7 miles|
February 13, 2011
Congratulations to James Williams on an excellent performance in his longest official race! Last weekend we competed in the relay division of the New Orleans Half Marathon. Below is a map of the course, more words to come later…
Points of Interest
|First Relay Leg||1:07:05||8.3 miles|
|Second Relay Leg||41:21||4.8 miles||Relay Finish Time||1:48:25||13.1 miles|
|Overall Place||9 / 151|
|Gender Place||3 / 17|
January 9, 2011
Just before 5AM, it was 50°F and still dark outside as I began the 2011 Disney World Half Marathon. The race was a lot of fun! There was a huge traffic jam getting into the parking area but I managed to make to my starting corral with the help of my local cousin. (Thanks, Katie!) Former Memphis runners Patrick and Pam also started in corral B and were chasing me for the entire run. (though none of us realized it until after the race was over.) Along the course we saw costumed characters every mile; cheering the runners on and offering photo ops. If you have google earth installed you can explore the route below. Click and drag your mouse to move the view. Zoom in and click on individual way points to see time and speed details.
Points of Interest
|Chip Finish Time||1:47:00|
|Overall Place||1154 / 21988|
|Gender Place||905 / 9567|
|Division Place||146 / 1272|