The toys are us, and we don't even know.
It's almost here, the first DrupalCon in Asia. As front enders, we code and build themes. We closely work with project managers, content strategists, marketers alike. This year, at DrupalCon Asia, we're looking forward to a track that inspires, challenges, and excites us.
Ansible is a simple, but powerful, server and configuration management tool. Ansible for Devops is a book I wrote to teach you to use Ansible effectively, whether you manage one server—or thousands.
I've spent a lot of time working with Ansible and Drupal over the past couple years, culminating in projects like Drupal VM (a VM for local Drupal development) and the Raspberry Pi Dramble (a cluster of Raspberry Pi computers running Drupal 8, powering http://www.pidramble.com/). I've also given multiple presentations on Ansible and Drupal, like a session at DrupalCon Austin, a session at MidCamp earlier this year, and a BoF at DrupalCon LA.
Web Developer is of the most helpful browser extensions for anyone building websites.
Web Developer provides you with entire suite of web design tools. You can use Web Developer to inspect CSS, analyze images, quickly validate a web design for W3C compliance or measure design elements.
This add-on is available for Chrome, Firefox and Opera, and will run on Windows, OS X and Linux. Web Developer will help you analyze any time of sites, whether you're using WordPress, Drupal, Joomla or another platform.
In this class, Topher takes us through the most important aspects of Web Developer, giving you an invaluable tool for analyzing and improving your websites.
Simple utility to integrate browser-refresh nodeJS module so that a browser with a Drupal site refreshes just styles or images if any of them change locally during development.
Technical debt occurs when you take a shortcut, thinking "this will do for now. I'll sort it out properly later." And then you keep putting off "later", and probably forget about the issue ... until it comes back to bite you in the ass.
It's all those tiny things like a misspelled variable, whose misspelling has to be replicated evermore, or making a configuration change on a live site without capturing it in code, so that the live site is now different to the development one.
In this Drupalize.Me interview, we talk with Jeanne Cost, project manager at Fuse IQ, based in Seattle, Washington. This interview is part of an ongoing series where we talk with a variety of people in the Drupal community about the work they do. Each interview focuses on a particular Drupal role and this interview with Jeanne focuses on the project manager role.
This tiny module depends on and extends the lovely HTML Title module in two ways:
- it allows a handful of HTML tags that won't be added to HTML Title, these being a, br, div, span in particular, as well as mark, q and small
- it works on block titles, as well as node titles
Advanced taxonomy block, use to generate blocks quick & better.