Perspectives from the experts at Chromatic
The very best part of attending the XOXO Festival is the earnest humans you get the chance to meet and interact with, but a welcome byproduct is learning about the compelling projects they have worked on.
This is the fourth post in a series about coding standards. In this post we’ll talk about why good, standardized documentation is crucial to your project, and review Drupal coding standards regarding documentation and comments.
Using Drush to sync databses (drush sql-sync) is a valuable tool, but it is not always an efficient choice when dealing with large databases (think over 1GB).
Tap into the power of Views with a custom sort plugin in Drupal 8. Code samples included.
The body field is struggling to keep up as we move towards a more structured web. Learn how we used the Migrate module to extract images, create new image entities, and re-embed them as tokens into the body field.
A developer strayed onto a sailboat and realized that parallels abound between great sailing and software development teams.
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.
Earlier this year I was fortunate to speak at DrupalCon New Orleans. I'd been working towards speaking at DrupalCon for a few years and it wasn’t until after I spoke that I reflected on just how much effort went into it. I had underestimated the process. Because I’m likely not alone in doing so, I’d like to share what I have learned along the way.
It's difficult for one tool to handle all of the different demands that developers have for development environments. I think I've finally found the right tool: Drupal VM.