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Appnovation Technologies: Acquia Cloud Reduces Challenges for Media and Entertainment

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 19:06
Acquia Cloud is a powerful platform for developing and deploying Drupal sites. This post discusses how the Acquia Cloud can reduce website challenges experienced by the Media and Entertainment industries. var switchTo5x = false;stLight.options({"publisher":"dr-75626d0b-d9b4-2fdb-6d29-1a20f61d683"});
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Appnovation Technologies: Acquia Cloud Reduces Challenges for Media and Entertainment

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 19:06
Acquia Cloud is a powerful platform for developing and deploying Drupal sites. This post discusses how the Acquia Cloud can reduce website challenges experienced by the Media and Entertainment industries. var switchTo5x = false;stLight.options({"publisher":"dr-75626d0b-d9b4-2fdb-6d29-1a20f61d683"});

AGLOBALWAY: Quick Way To integrate Animate.css in to LESS

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 18:38

Recently I was working in a project, that required some nice predefined css3 animation on different elements. I was wondering if I could achieve it without using javascript and do it fast. Here how I did it:

A quick way to use LESS pre-process and animate.css functionality to make your frontend nice and smoothly animated without any javascript involved.

  1. Download animate.css in to you project/less folder and change file extension to .less
    Your structure should look something like this: project/ ├── less/ │ ├── style.less │ ├── animate.less │ └── overrides.less └── css/ └── style.css
  2. Import animate.less to your main style file. // libraries @import "animate.less"; // core @import "overrides.less";
  3. Edit overrides.less to apply animations on your elements. <h1 class="spetialHeader">Hover Me</h1> h1{ &.spetialHeader{ .animated(); &:hover,&:focus{ .fadeInUp(); } } }
  4. Less preprocess will make the magic and create css file
Tags: Animate.cssdrupal planet
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AGLOBALWAY: Quick Way To integrate Animate.css in to LESS

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 18:38

Recently I was working in a project, that required some nice predefined css3 animation on different elements. I was wondering if I could achieve it without using javascript and do it fast. Here how I did it:

A quick way to use LESS pre-process and animate.css functionality to make your frontend nice and smoothly animated without any javascript involved.

  1. Download animate.css in to you project/less folder and change file extension to .less
    Your structure should look something like this: project/ ├── less/ │ ├── style.less │ ├── animate.less │ └── overrides.less └── css/ └── style.css
  2. Import animate.less to your main style file. // libraries @import "animate.less"; // core @import "overrides.less";
  3. Edit overrides.less to apply animations on your elements. <h1 class="spetialHeader">Hover Me</h1> h1{ &.spetialHeader{ .animated(); &:hover,&:focus{ .fadeInUp(); } } }
  4. Less preprocess will make the magic and create css file
Tags: Animate.cssdrupal planet

Flickr: Free Drupal 7 theme #drupal_12217

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 18:05

Free-Templates.lt posted a photo:

Free Drupal 7 theme #drupal_12217

via Free-Templates.lt - Free Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla themes bit.ly/1qKkpWb FREE-TEMPLATES.LT

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NYC Camp News & Announcements: Holly Ross Becomes 2014th Contributor to Drupal 8 at NYC Camp 2014

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 17:47

Making good on a long stranding promise with webchick, the DA's Holly Ross rolled her first patch, and inadvertently became the 2014th contributor to Drupal 8 at NYC Camp 2014!

NYC Camp 2014 ended with a bang that perfectly *put a bird* on what was a really tremendous 14th event put on by the NYC Drupal community. Sunday was the final day on which everyone is encouraged to come back and sprint on Drupal code or a project they are working on or to get started contributing with help from a Drupal mentor.  Just over 120 attendees came back for Sprints Day, coordinated by  Irene MeiselCathy Theys & Fureigh

And we had a very special attendee who with just such mentoring was able to make her first contribution. On Saturday during their panel discussion at the United Nations with UN CITO Atti Riazi, Drupal 7 co-maintainer Angie "webchick" Byron and Drupal Association executive director Holly Ross reaffirmed their vow that webchick would help her commit her first patch to Drupal 8, and set a date of the next day (the last day of the camp which was given over to NYC Camp sprinting.)

Also on Saturday at NYC Camp, Alina Mackenzie had discovered an issue in the multiligual system documentation, where the language manager interface docblock was returning implementation details (methods should never return implementation details; it belongs to the implementation to do that.)

As Holly was going through the issue queue to pick something to work on, she came across this one, which since it affects the Drupal's Multilingual system was perfect for the United Nations,  which is preparing to become the largest multilingual Drupal deployment in the world.  Alina had a proposed resolution, so with a little mentoring from Cathy Theys, Holly rolled her 1st patch, which passed SimpleTest. 

However SimpleTest couldn't catch another inline comment on the sort method itself which also contained implementation details, that tstoeckler noticed when he was reviewing Holly's patch.  A temporary setback, Holly quickly rolled a 2nd patch, and even included an interdiff. That was enough to satisfy tsoeckler and he marked the new patch RTBC. 

YesCT also added her RTBC (though not before noticing a bug in d.o. node ownership when the node is edited by and admin) and webchick commited the patch at 5:00 pm, and thus at the exact end of NYC Camp.

It was then that everyone noticed an amazing coincidence. Holly had just become the 2014th contributor to Drupal 8. At NYC Camp 2014.

Uncanny. Check out video of the moment on Drupal TV

Stay tuned for more highlights from NYC Camp 2014

Categories: Straight From Drupal

NYC Camp News & Announcements: Holly Ross Becomes 2014th Contributor to Drupal 8 at NYC Camp 2014

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 17:47

Making good on a long stranding promise with webchick, the DA's Holly Ross rolled her first patch, and inadvertently became the 2014th contributor to Drupal 8 at NYC Camp 2014!

NYC Camp 2014 ended with a bang that perfectly *put a bird* on what was a really tremendous 14th event put on by the NYC Drupal community. Sunday was the final day on which everyone is encouraged to come back and sprint on Drupal code or a project they are working on or to get started contributing with help from a Drupal mentor.  Just over 120 attendees came back for Sprints Day, coordinated by  Irene MeiselCathy Theys & Fureigh

And we had a very special attendee who with just such mentoring was able to make her first contribution. On Saturday during their panel discussion at the United Nations with UN CITO Atti Riazi, Drupal 7 co-maintainer Angie "webchick" Byron and Drupal Association executive director Holly Ross reaffirmed their vow that webchick would help her commit her first patch to Drupal 8, and set a date of the next day (the last day of the camp which was given over to NYC Camp sprinting.)

Also on Saturday at NYC Camp, Alina Mackenzie had discovered an issue in the multiligual system documentation, where the language manager interface docblock was returning implementation details (methods should never return implementation details; it belongs to the implementation to do that.)

As Holly was going through the issue queue to pick something to work on, she came across this one, which since it affects the Drupal's Multilingual system was perfect for the United Nations,  which is preparing to become the largest multilingual Drupal deployment in the world.  Alina had a proposed resolution, so with a little mentoring from Cathy Theys, Holly rolled her 1st patch, which passed SimpleTest. 

However SimpleTest couldn't catch another inline comment on the sort method itself which also contained implementation details, that tstoeckler noticed when he was reviewing Holly's patch.  A temporary setback, Holly quickly rolled a 2nd patch, and even included an interdiff. That was enough to satisfy tsoeckler and he marked the new patch RTBC. 

YesCT also added her RTBC (though not before noticing a bug in d.o. node ownership when the node is edited by and admin) and webchick commited the patch at 5:00 pm, and thus at the exact end of NYC Camp.

It was then that everyone noticed an amazing coincidence. Holly had just become the 2014th contributor to Drupal 8. At NYC Camp 2014.

Uncanny. Check out video of the moment on Drupal TV

Stay tuned for more highlights from NYC Camp 2014

Drupal core announcements: Migrate in core weekly calls resume

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 16:22
Start:  2014-04-17 15:00 - 15:30 America/Vancouver Online meeting (eg. IRC meeting) Event url: 

https://plus.google.com/106269343178096590461/

After a month hiatus, at a new timeslot we resume our weekly Migrate in core Google Hangouts, focusing on Drupal 7.

The time is 3PM in Vancouver, 6PM in Boston, midnight in Europe (sorry) and 6AM in Perth -- coordinating across this many timezones was very hard and Europe got the short stick. Sorry.

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Drupal core announcements: Migrate in core weekly calls resume

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 16:22
Start:  2014-04-17 15:00 - 15:30 America/Vancouver Online meeting (eg. IRC meeting) Event url: 

https://plus.google.com/106269343178096590461/

After a month hiatus, at a new timeslot we resume our weekly Migrate in core Google Hangouts, focusing on Drupal 7.

The time is 3PM in Vancouver, 6PM in Boston, midnight in Europe (sorry) and 6AM in Perth -- coordinating across this many timezones was very hard and Europe got the short stick. Sorry.

OHO Interactive

Drupal showcase com - Wed, 2014-04-16 15:32
Site Description: 

The website redesign for OHO Interactive started by conducting research and brand analysis to ensure the new website would be a clear reflection of the agency and the work it does for clients. Research data was used to outline a new information architecture for the website that is easy to navigate and organizes the site in a way that makes sense to visitors. The creative design is a big shift from the previous site, relying on billboard images and a number of interactive details noticeable in hover states. An especially exciting part of the redesign was upgrading from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 and creating a responsive website that looks great on any device.

Site Designer: 

OHO Interactive

Site Developer: 

OHO Interactive

Site URL: http://www.oho.comVersion of Drupal: Drupal 7Site Type: 4Industry: MarketingCountry: United StatesCategories: Marketing & AdvertisingTags: drupal 7 Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5Cancel rating No votes yet
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Stanford Web Services Blog: 3 Tips for Making Your Drupal Features Highly Reusable

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 15:00

Dear Developers, if you follow these simple guidelines, your Drupal Features will be much more useful to institutions like Stanford over time. You will win friends and influence people. Drupal will live up to its potential, and there will be much rejoicing.

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Stanford Web Services Blog: 3 Tips for Making Your Drupal Features Highly Reusable

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 15:00

Dear Developers, if you follow these simple guidelines, your Drupal Features will be much more useful to institutions like Stanford over time. You will win friends and influence people. Drupal will live up to its potential, and there will be much rejoicing.

Drupal Association News: How Drupal and Open Source are Helping Youth Rise from Poverty in Africa

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 14:43

The rise of open source, and the skyrocketing popularity of Drupal as a CMS, has made for many very happy developers working in the open source world. But for some people, it isn’t just a hobby or a way to bring home a paycheck: it’s a ticket out of crushing poverty.

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Drupal Association News: How Drupal and Open Source are Helping Youth Rise from Poverty in Africa

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 14:43

The rise of open source, and the skyrocketing popularity of Drupal as a CMS, has made for many very happy developers working in the open source world. But for some people, it isn’t just a hobby or a way to bring home a paycheck: it’s a ticket out of crushing poverty.

MSC Malaysia Product Listing

Drupal showcase com - Wed, 2014-04-16 13:58
Site Description: 

Product Listing is commercialisation platform that enables MSC Malaysia Status Companies to market their innovative products or services globally. The platform connects both local and international buyers to products or services offered by MSC Malaysia Status Companies. It also provides business opportunities for companies seeking new ventures and business partners. Product Listing Seller Definition Any MSC Malaysia Status Companies are eligible to the Product Listing platform and services in the Product Listing platform. Product Listing Buyer Definition Any individual, organisations or government agencies who acquire or agree to purchase product or services listed in the Product Listing platform.

Site Designer: 

Multimedia Development Corporation

Site Developer: 

Multimedia Development Corporation

Site URL: http://productlisting.mscmalaysia.my/Site Type: 9Industry: MarketingCountry: MalaysiaCategories: News and MediaFinance & BankingEducationalScreenshot Thumbnail:  Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5Cancel rating No votes yet
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Frederick Giasson: Managing Datasets in OSF for Drupal (Screencast)

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 13:14

In this new screencast, I first introduce the concept of a dataset: what it is, what it is used for and how it works. I will also outline the characteristics of datasets in the Open Semantic Framework (OSF) such as having a set of permissions for group of users, a unique identifier, etc.

Then I explain how datasets are being used by OSF for Drupal, and how they can be managed using a Drupal portal: how to import, create, register, change permissions to datasets. Then I explain how datasets can become searchable using the SearchAPI or be disabled in the web portal.

Finally I cover the OSF Entities administrators search and browse utility which can be used by Drupal administrators to browse and search for all entities that are accessible to the Drupal portal: even the ones that are indexed in datasets that are not yet registered to the portal.

 

tut_6_blog_400

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Frederick Giasson: Managing Datasets in OSF for Drupal (Screencast)

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 13:14

In this new screencast, I first introduce the concept of a dataset: what it is, what it is used for and how it works. I will also outline the characteristics of datasets in the Open Semantic Framework (OSF) such as having a set of permissions for group of users, a unique identifier, etc.

Then I explain how datasets are being used by OSF for Drupal, and how they can be managed using a Drupal portal: how to import, create, register, change permissions to datasets. Then I explain how datasets can become searchable using the SearchAPI or be disabled in the web portal.

Finally I cover the OSF Entities administrators search and browse utility which can be used by Drupal administrators to browse and search for all entities that are accessible to the Drupal portal: even the ones that are indexed in datasets that are not yet registered to the portal.

 

tut_6_blog_400

NYC Camp News & Announcements: NYC Camp At The United Nations!

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 08:11

NYC Camp ("nice camp") is an annual conference featuring talks, industry summits and code sprinting all aimed at accelerated learning and contributing to Drupal and related open source projects."

This year NYC Camp 2014 is being held The United Nations April 10th-13th.

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NYC Camp News & Announcements: Announcing NYC Camp 2014

Feeds from Drupal.org - Wed, 2014-04-16 08:11

NYC Camp (aka 'nice camp') is an annual 4 day mini Drupal conference held in NYC dedicated to Drupal learning and contribution. Best of all it's completely free and volunteer powered! This past year we had a spectacular event packed with trainings, sessions, summits and sprints. We've got a great event in the works and expect NYC Camp 2014 to rock even harder than last year!

Interested in volunteering? Yes You! Sign up to participate and contribute to your NYC Drupal community here

Stay up to date on all upcoming NYCCamp News by following us on twitter @NYCCampDrupal

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NYC Camp News & Announcements: NYC Camp At The United Nations!

Planet Drupal - Wed, 2014-04-16 08:11

NYC Camp ("nice camp") is an annual conference featuring talks, industry summits and code sprinting all aimed at accelerated learning and contributing to Drupal and related open source projects."

This year NYC Camp 2014 is being held The United Nations April 10th-13th.

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