Viewing posts tagged Release day

Release Day: Using MailChimp with Drupal 7

This week we're kicking off our new, and completely free, Using MailChimp with Drupal 7 series. This series will teach you everything you need to know about integrating Drupal with the MailChimp email marketing service.

Release Day: Further Refining Search Results

This week we wrap up our exploration of integrating Drupal with Apache Solr. We'll look at using facets for narrowing returned search results, and some additional Solr server configuration options for further refining our index.

Release Day: Displaying Search Results from Apache Solr

This week we continue exploring the Search API module and use it to display search results from Solr in Drupal. As well as looking at additional configuration options for our Search API index.

Release Day: Installing Apache Solr and Search API

This week we continue learning how to integrate Drupal with Apache Solr by looking at how to install Apache Solr on both development and production servers, and how to connect Solr to Drupal with the Search API module.

Release Day: Improving Drupal's Search with Apache Solr

This week we start our new series on improving Drupal's search with Apache Solr.

Release Day: Access Control, Type Hinting, and Constructors in PHP

This week, we're wrapping up our series, Introduction to Object-oriented PHP, in partnership with KnpUniversity, with tutorials on access control for properties, type hinting, and constructors in PHP.

Release Day: Working with PHP Objects

This week, we continue our Introduction to Object-oriented PHP series, in partnership with KnpUniversity (now SymfonyCasts), with tutorials that mostly focus on working with objects in PHP. You'll also learn how to add a specially formatted comment to your code that will enable code autocomplete functionality in your IDE.

Release Day: Introduction to Object-oriented PHP

In anticipation of the release of Drupal 8, one of the things we think is important is to provide foundational training material in areas related to the changes in Drupal 8. One major change is the shift to an object-oriented PHP (OO PHP) architecture, which you can learn more about here, in my presentation, What's New in Drupal 8: Object-oriented PHP. To provide a hands-on coding introduction to OO PHP, we worked with our partners at KnpUniversity to create a new series. Today we are delighted to release the first four video tutorials in the new KnpUniversity series, Introduction to Object-Oriented PHP.

New Multisite Series plus Installing Drush with Composer

This week, we're kicking off a new series, Working with Drupal Multisite. We're also releasing a new video in our Drush series, Installing Drush with Composer.

Release Day: Coding Standards and Module Monday Videos

This week we have a veritable cornucopia of video demonstrations and tutorials for your learning pleasure. In this week's release, Joe Shindelar takes you through Drupal's PHP coding standards as well as covering essential tools to help you adhere to these standards. Also this week, we have for you several videos to complement Lullabot's Module Monday coverage of Honeypot, Node Revision Delete, and TableField modules, presented by Addison Berry.

Release Day: Drupal 7 Testing Wrap-Up With AJAX SimpleTest & Unit Tests

This week we're going to wrap things up in our testing Drupal 7 with SimpleTest series. And it's a doozy. We'll cover, submitting AJAX forms, uploading files, writing unit tests, and the SimpleTest 7.x-2.x contributed module.

Release Day: Forms, Permissions, and More Testing Drupal 7 with SimpleTest

Continuing on the knowledge that we learned last week, this week's release includes more tutorials in the testing Drupal 7 with SimpleTest series. This week covers, writing your first test, different types of assertions, navigation with the SimpleTest browser, and user authentication.