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Agiledrop.com Blog: AGILEDROP: Case Studies on DrupalCon Baltimore

There was an enormous amount of sessions in the past DrupalCon. They are available online. But to make things easier for you, we'll simply group them together and add a little overview, so you'll easily pick the ones that you like. We'll start with case studies on DrupalCon Baltimore.   Building NBA.com on Drupal 8 by Tobby Hagler from... - News from Planet Drupal
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Dries Buytaert: 7-Eleven using Drupal

7-Eleven is the largest convenience store chain in the world with 60,000 locations around the globe. That is more than any other retailer or food service provider. In conjunction with the release of its updated 7-Rewards program, 7-Eleven also relaunched its website and mobile application using Drupal 8! Check it out at https://www.7-eleven.com, and grab a Slurpee while you're at it!

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Cocomore: Recap: Drupal Camp 2017 in Frankfurt

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Mike Crittenden: Grav CMS for Drupal developers

Grav CMS for Drupal developers

If you've never heard of it, Grav is a pretty neat little flat-file CMS. If you're a Drupal developer, words like "flat-file" and "neat" and "little" are probably foreign to you. This post is an attempt to explain what Grav is, why it's neat, and how to use it, in terms that you'll understand.

First of all, where is the database?

As a Drupal developer, you live and die... - News from Planet Drupal

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Drupal Modules: The One Percent: Drupal Modules: The One Percent — A Simple Timeline (video tutorial)

Drupal Modules: The One Percent — A Simple Timeline (video tutorial)
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Agaric Collective: Avoid sending emails while doing a migration on Drupal 8

On a migration, Drupal read from an external source the data and create content in our new Drupal Site, and while do that Drupal execute any hook/event related to the new content. So any hook_entity_insert is triggered for every new entity saved on our new site.

This can be a problem if we have some features in our new site which are executed when a new content is created (like send a tweet or send an email) when we run the migration we will have a ton of emails or tweets of the old content... - News from Planet Drupal

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Dale McGladdery: H5P - Portable Interactive Content in Drupal

H5PH5P is an open source platform-independent authoring and display system for interactive content. Presentations, quizzes, and other interactive content can be created and displayed using building blocks known as... - News from Planet Drupal

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Evolving Web: Drupal 8 Modules You Can't Live Without

Duplo pieces to illustrate modules needed to build a website

Drupal 8 does way more out-of-the-box than previous versions of Drupal. If you're migrating your site... - News from Planet Drupal

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Web Omelette: Loading taxonomy terms in a tree in Drupal 8

One of the great things about the taxonomy terms in Drupal has always been their hierarchical readiness. That is, how they can easily be organised in a parent-child relationship via a simple drag-and-drop interface. This feature becomes even more important in Drupal 8 where creating entities for anything you want has become easy so we no longer have to (ab)use... - News from Planet Drupal

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Chocolate Lily: Authoritarian structure in Drupal: a case study

In the current context of a Drupal leadership crisis and debate about project governance, it's important to reflect on ways the dictatorship structure has shaped and continues to shape the culture of the project. In this vein, response to a 2007 post by Drupal contributor Gus... - News from Planet Drupal

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Drupal Association blog: The Process for Evolving Community Governance

Discover > Plan > Build > Iterate

There comes a time when we must all recognize that what got us here won't get us there. Now is that time for Drupal. The governance models that were put in place to support the needs of the community years ago are no longer working... - News from Planet Drupal

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Hook 42: Baltimore DrupalCon - Favorites From Charm City

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Palantir: Competitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman’s Healthy Heart - Part 2

Competitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman’s Healthy Heart - Part 2 brandt Fri, 05/05/2017 - 12:23 Michelle Jackson
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Evolving Web: Creating an Events Calendar in Drupal 8

Calendar

If you have ever worked with sites that deal with events, you've probably been asked to create some type of calendar display. In this article, we'll discuss... - News from Planet Drupal

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Acquia Developer Center Blog: Beyond Code - Contributing to Community Spirit

Jeff Geerling - Prenote 2 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeisaprayer/33452519983/
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Valuebound: Getting Started With Drupal Commerce 2.x - Part 1

Drupal Commerce 2.x overview

E-commerce in Drupal 8 is a very interesting topic for many developers and this blog is the right place to start with E-commerce in drupal 8.

Drupal Commerce 2.x is the module for creating online stores of varying complexity. This blog provides an overview of the Commerce 2.x module... - News from Planet Drupal

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CiviCRM Blog: Using the CiviCRM Entity Reference Field submodule with Inline Entity Form

CiviCRM Entity Reference Field is a submodule of the CiviCRM Entity project. One of the many advantages of installing the CiviCRM Entity module is the ability to use Drupal’s Entity Reference module to reference CiviCRM data from nodes, terms, or other entity types. Many people are using the Inline Entity Form module, which provides... - News from Planet Drupal

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ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Once upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better.

 

So why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal.

 

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Chocolate Lily: Dries, Acquia, and the Drupal Association--Some Essential History

In recent weeks Drupal community members have raised many questions about the Drupal Association (DA). Can the DA serve as an effective balance to the powers of the project's dictator for life, Dries Buytaert? Why does Buytaert have his name written into the bylaws with a reserved board seat? Is the DA structured in such... - News from Planet Drupal

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