If you show a model (with a lot of attributes) partially in a CGridView, it can be helpful when the user can take a quick look at the full record with all attributes without displaying the view
as a page and afterwards returning back to the gridview.
Well I finally had some time and tinkered a bit with the notion of integrating wordpress and Yii. Now for me I wanted to use Yii as a framework to develop wordpress plugins. Using some tips from imasia Article I was able to do a simple integration of yii as a wordpress plugin. The integration was very basic and i just used yii with its default installation site. I don;t know how it will really react with CRUD application as yet but it was fairly easy to integrate after reading the article...
The official Yii project site now supports OpenSearch. This means you can customize your browser's search box to enable direct search of the content in yiiframework.com. For example, by entering a Yii class name in the browser's search box, the corresponding class API page will be shown in the browser.
I like programing on my localhost, however it really bugged me to make changes to index.php & config files on my production server. After combining all available wiki articles on this topic and some trial and error this is what I use for my applications so I could just upload it to production server and it will work without any changes.
More or less I use auto-complete field for a form. CJuiAutoComplete is a yii widget for this purposes.
The common use case is to make an ajax request and retrieve a list from the database. So in this case you have to write a controller action to return you a json encoded list.
What if I had a generic action to do this work for me?