Yesterday I presented Drupal VM Tips & Tricks at the DrupalDC meetup, remotely. I didn't have a lot of time to prepare anything for the presentation, but I thought it would be valuable to walk through some of the neat features of Drupal VM people might not know about.
Here's the video from the presentation:*/
Some relevant links mentioned during the presentation:
Hunted and gathered by the minds behind Shut Up & Sit Down, this exhibit will once again offer GDC attendees a calm oasis where you can relax and play some of the best tabletop games of 2016. ...
Building empathy and self-healing: Game development as an awareness and healing tool - by Thais Weiller
And it is finally 2017! New year, new projects, new challenges and, of course, a lot of Drupal events.
On this short post, I'll go through a few Drupal events in North America that we'll be either attending or be sponsoring on the first quarter of the year.
If you are planning to attend, feel free to get in touch with us in advance. We love hanging around and meeting with fellow community members, potential business partners, and people just interested in getting to know us.read more
We’re taking it up a couple notches this year down in Orlando for the 9th Florida DrupalCamp! We're expanding in every dimension we can find - highlighted by an opening day (Friday) of full-day workshops followed by two days (Saturday and half-day Sunday) of sessions!Amazing Trainings
In previous years, we’ve had concurrent trainings on Saturdays and some sprinting on Sunday. This year, we changed it up: Friday will be a full training day including workshops on:
- Beginning React JS - taught by John Tucker
- Docker for Development with Drupal - taught by Lisa Ridley
- Introduction to Drupal 8 - taught by DrupalEasy's own Michael Anello
- Introduction to Drupal 8 Theming - taught by Suzanne Dergacheva
- Introduction to DrupalVM - taught by Ben Hosmer
The best part is that trainings are included with the price of the ticket (now $35). You sign up for the training when registering. Space is limited, however, so register soon!Three Phenomenal Featured Speakers
We have three amazing featured speakers this year!
- Megan Sanicki - Executive Director of the Drupal Association
- Helena McCabe - Accessibility advocate and expert
- Suzanne Dergacheva - Front-end developer
We have over 30 sessions already submitted with several weeks to go until the deadline. We still need more. Check them out and submit your session soon.Kick-A** Weather
Orlando in February. Sunny and warm :)The Absolute Best Sponsors Ever
It's true, we have the best group of sponsors money can't buy! We're crazy-happy about having Achieve Agency as our top-level Platinum sponsor. This newly formed South Florida shop is looking to make a big splash in the community, and we're happy that we can help introduce them to everyone.
Combined with Johnson & Johnson, devPanel, and Digital Echidna as Gold-level sponsors as well as all of our other amazing supporters (including DrupalEasy!), we're excited to bring you the biggest and best Drupal event you've ever seen (not to mention a few fun surprises!)Lots More Sensational Stuff!
From a new logo, great catering, t-shirt, giveaways, and even an integrated video game easter-egg on our website, there’s lots to be had. Don't miss it! Register today or regret it for the rest of 2017!
This module converts CSV to configuration.
It is very useful when you need to create a large number of configurations.
** Since, its the first version, it only supports one level structure key/value pairs. **
The imported options will override the full configuration. There is no
support for merging with existing configurations.
Also, we have plans to support more complex structures, i.e. nested configurations.
Previously we talked about the different ways in which you can contribute to Drupal, setting up your project, configuring git and connecting and checking that you are connected to your sandbox project.
- Part 1 Getting started
- Part 2 Starting a Sandbox Project
- Part 3 Git Configuration
- Part 4 Connecting to the sandbox
Now we are going to upload our project and check the project meets Drupal's standards.