This is the third post in a series about coding standards. In our previous post, we talked about code standards and why they are so important, as well as how to start implementing them. In this post, we’ll go into the details of formatting and syntax in Drupal.
This is the second post in a series about coding standards. In our first post, we talked about code standards and why they are so important. In this post, we’ll talk about how to implement Drupal coding standards in your projects.
Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that exists to provide affordable and judgment-free opportunities for women interested in learning web and software development. Through in-person classes and community support, Girl Develop It helps women of diverse backgrounds achieve their technology goals and build confidence in their careers and their everyday lives.
Our first annual Chromatic team retreat was December 10-14, 2015, at the Alisal Ranch in Solvang, California. For some of us, it was our first time meeting face-to-face. Here's the recap of all the fun!
We recently launched a new site for an existing client,
TheaterMania. The new site is the same as the existing - same language, same codebase, new database, different
servers. Shouldn't be a big deal, right? We
learned that's not always the case.
It isn’t easy being a woman in tech. I'm really happy to work with a great company, but it would be great to see and work with more women in my field. So I'm paying it forward & working to give them the tools they need.
In our last post about Recurly, we gave you a primer on setting up the Recurly module in Drupal. However, if you need to thoroughly test your Recurly integration on a local environment, you’ll want to test the webhooks as well.
If you’re working on a site that needs subscriptions, take a look at Recurly. Recurly’s biggest strength is its
simple handling of subscriptions, billing, invoices, and all that goes along with it. But how do you get that integrated into your Drupal site?