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  • Ramon Vilar's picture
    Ramon Vilar

    We are looking for a junior Drupal developer

    This position is now closed

    We are looking for a junior developer to join our backend developers team. We offer the possibility of being part of demanding team, working in a relaxed enviroment and using agile methodologies.

    We are specialists in web development using the Drupal open source project. We are a company involved with the community and aligned with the values of free software, so we will consider your interest in this kind of projects.

    Job description

    • Development of Drupal
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  • Pako Garcia's picture
    Pako Garcia

    How to use Sass to make easily scalable styles

    Nowadays frontend developers can't live without some preprocess tool that make tackling the CSS style easier.

    In Ymbra we prefer Sass (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) in the themes of our projects, and often we opted to develop subthemes of Zen, and take advantage of all the tools and benefits that gives us regarding writing the CSS style of the project.

    I would like to explain how Sass can help

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  • Rodrigo Aguilera's picture
    Rodrigo Aguilera

    How to skip node access issues during a cron process

    Few days ago in Ymbra we had a challenge about how to load Drupal 7 entities during a cron job. The main issue here is that cron doesn't run with enough credentials and we need higher permissions to perform some operations.

    Those entities had user access restrictions in place and when cron runs as anonymous user (even if you trigger it logged in as the user with id=1) those restrictions were respected and we weren't able to load our entity content to be later sent in an email.

    So what can we do to run cron as Drupal admin?

    In a...

  • Pako Garcia's picture
    Pako Garcia

    What a Frontend United journey!

    This past weekend in København occurred the Frontend United, the most important frontend event in the Drupal community, and Cristina and me could be there enjoying a lot.

    First of all I must to say how nice visit København has been, it's a beautiful city where you can go everywhere using a bike and it's full of interesting places and kind people.

    We visited the center of the city and enjoyed walking across its parks, visited the Botanic Museum and discovered its his cool restaurants and the good...

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    Pedro Cambra

    DrupalCon Amsterdam Coding and Development track

    While the American Drupalistas (and some brave travellers) are enjoying a fantastic DrupalCon in Austin, the Amsterdam organising comittee is working hard to produce the best European DrupalCon ever. This team is formed by Drupal Association staff and a group of volunteers, of which I am one, and at the moment we're in the process of getting session proposals and selecting the best possible content.

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  • Ramon Vilar's picture
    Ramon Vilar

    We were at DrupalCamp Spain Valencia 2014 and it was awesome

    We were in Valencia from May 16th to 18th to attend DrupalCamp Spain 2014. It was our 5th DrupalCamp Spain as sponsors and attendees since our foundation as a company, and it was the second one with at least more than half of our team doing a session. These are our impressions about this awesome event.

    On Friday 16th, Ramon attended the Drupal Business Day, a CxO like day to share knowledge with other Drupal shops from Spain, and even some from the rest of Europe. The day was split in two: one part was dedicated to UX, Agile...

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    Rodrigo Aguilera

    Allow users to follow each other with views and flag with drupal

    With this tutorial we're going to add social network features to any Drupal 7 website just by using flag and views.

    There are modules like relation that can provide a similar functionality out of the box. However, we are aiming for a more flexible workflow that we could modify easily with a few clicks and that provides much more granular permissions.

    First of all, we need to install Drupal 7 with the modules we need:

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