This last week I’ve been at DrupalCon Nashville thanks to the scholarship I received from the Drupal Association. Despite the intense activity of a DrupalCon, I had time to discover the culture around country music and to learn about Nashville’s history.
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During Drupalcon Vienna the people from Drupal Moldova association invited me to be a featured speaker at Moldcamp 2017. I felt honored so reserved that weekend to go to the beautiful city of Chișinău.
Despite missing the whole Friday night and Saturday flying due to technical problems with my scheduled flight I got the chance to enjoy the Sunday with the blooming Moldovan Drupal community...
One of the main new features of Drupal 8 is the Twig template engine because its workflow is very different from what we use to do in Drupal 7.
As a first impression when we consult the Twig documentation it looks like everything you need to start working is there -or almost anything-. But it will be during the day to day where you will find to problems that need solving.
In this post the issue is about adding a link in Twig using the link($text, $...
This year we had the pleasure to attend the beautiful city of Vienna to join the Drupal community for a week of sharing and developing our knowledge, experiences and joy.
This occasion was special because it will be the only Drupalcon in Europe in the next two years. But the European community has shown is strong and it will continue forward and organize amazing events all around Europe while preparing to achieve a sustainable Drupalcon.
What we extracted from the Dries keynote about the Drupal project is that Drupal 8 is here for the long run and it has...
Coding standards or programming style describes a set of rules by convention to guide us how to write code. Basically, this set of rules describes how to format code regarding indentation, variable names, conditional sentences, etc.
This way the code of a project is more homogenized so it allows the people participating in a project easily understandable.
Drupal also has his own coding standard to develop and contribute modules. When we’re coding trying to follow this...
One more year we had the joy to attend the Drupal Developer Days, an event focused on sprints and the technical side of Drupal. This time it was organized by the community members of Seville and they prepared a very lovely pirate theme with an according venue.
This year was especially important for us...
A few months ago I realized how lucky we are in Drupal for the solution we have for responsive images. I reviewed the different automated tools for Responsive Images outside Drupal when I was looking for documentation for a Responsive Web Design talk. I saw there are many great solutions, but few of them incorporate the concept of artistic direction, or in other words the ability to decide how the images should be adapted to each device.
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One more year we had the chance to live the biggest European convention about Drupal. This year had a special vibe due to being the first European DrupalCon with a released stable version of Drupal 8 in our hands and there...
While working with Drupal 7 we had some development workflows that worked very well for us and now we want to adapt those workflows to the new major version of Drupal.
One of this "development features" as you may call them was the possibility of having some predefined content that can be recreated at any time to test the site. For example you don't have to worry about creating new users that represent the different roles every time you set up a fresh site, they will be there.
Some time ago I was chatting about Drupal with a friend who said to me:
“But my clients prefer Wordpress because Drupal is not user friendly for the content administration.”
I was amazed and I promised to him that I’ll write a post to show everybody how usable and user friendly Drupal could be. So, here it is!