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For the past year, all of my Drupal work has been devoted to building a product on top of Drupal.
I’ve put the entire Drupalcon Schedule into a Google Calendar. This allows you to access it on your smart phone or any other internet-enabled device.
When it comes to using a WYSIWYG editor in Drupal, TinyMCE and FCKeditor are the heavy weights in the contributed module arena.
Staging and deployment is a vital part of any project, Drupal or not.
Back in the day (only 18 months ago in fact), whenever I started a new Drupal project I would read through the entire modules list and download each module I thought could be useful for the website I was developing.
I finally decided that what I’ve been developing in the dbscripts module is stable and decent enough to deserve an official 1.0 release.
For the Brown University Featured Events website, I needed to develop a means to use their events for other purposes a
As I’ve mentioned before, version control with Drupal is tricky because a lot of configuration changes a
The event distribution website for Brown University is has been live for awhile now.
There are virtually an unlimited amount of ways to set up a development environment, and it all depends upon your project’s individual needs and your preferred workflow.