Het wizzlern kenniscentrum bevat artikelen die wij vanuit onze trainingen, eigen ervaring en ervaring met Drupal-beginners schrijven.
Twig is Drupal's best theme engine! Tomorrow I will speak at the DrupalJam about 'Twig in Drupal 8'. I will explain the pros and cons of Twig for Drupal themers, show examples of new Twig templates, explain a summary of the Twig syntax and of course do a small demo of working with Twig templates. You'll find my slides here.
Neverland can't be far away when you hear things like "One click install" and "Zero touch deployment". Doesn't it? The real world is tougher. Many webdevelopers spend much more time to deploy their websites. "Should I care? I have bigger problems!" Well, it depends. Perhaps it takes only two minutes to setup your server for a new Drupal-install, only half an hour to deploy a new site. But what about two hours downtime to revert a site it because it failed to deploy?
I recently investigated two popular tools which can be used for Drupal deployment: Maven and Phing.
My journey started a few month ago when I got introduced to Jenkins. Jenkins is a widely used package for continuous integration. Deployment is a part of this, but it can also be used for automatic tests, making backups, etc. It is triggered either manually, by cron or upon commit into a version control system. To me Jenkins is, beyond doubt, very suitable for Drupal deployment.
During our Drupal Introduction training we show the usage statistics of Drupal core. But since there is no longer a graph of the Drupal core statistics on drupal.org, we make our own. If you like statistics, like me, there is excitement in this graph since the release of Drupal 7. Using this graph I will try to predict the Drupal 7 growth in the next month and the coming years.
So you have a basic wysiwyg setup using the Wysiwyg module. Lets dive deeper into the configuration of your wysiwyg editor. In this article I describe the configuration of the Wysiwyg module and how to prevent collisions with text formats.
Het landschap van Drupal deployment verandert snel. Met modules zoals Features, Drush en de migratie van Drupal naar Git, hebben Drupal ontwikkelaars en website bouwers nieuwe gereedschappen voor staging en deployment. In dit artikel beschrijven we een gebruikelijke workflow voor een ZZP Drupal shop.
The landscape of Drupal development workflow is changing rapidly. With modules like Features, Drush and the migration of Drupal to Git, Drupal developers and site builders have new tools for staging and deployment. In this article we describe a common website development workflow case of a one man Drupal shop.