In Drupal 7 you can push extra fields in any fieldable Entity (e.g. node, user). Extra fields can be ordered as a normal field or disabled on the display settings page of the enitity. They are great when you want to push content in your entity, that need some logic to be displayed.
In this little 'how-to' we will build a youtube-embed contentpane with some basic configuration options. Although working with panels and panelizer is not common practice for everyone, this tutorial asumes you know what they are and how to use them (at least a little bit, like myself :-) ).
Zurmo modules are not always transparent and the documentation seems to be in development. This guide is not an all-encompassing tutorial but rather a guide to starting your own module while avoiding some common pitfalls.
Drupal 8 introduced a few new concepts to Drupal and added the EventDispatcher to its list of components. I wanted to get familair with this new tool in our toolbox. Here is a walkthrough of my journey.
Currently I am developing a module for our own issue tracker. Of course our issue tracker is build in Drupal; so it is a Drupal module. The development started, after I tried the Dashboard module in core, and some contrib modules. I will leave those unnamed. Not that there is something wrong with the modules, they all have their audience, but I want to take it a step further.
No one likes repetitive tasks. Integration between your website and CRM is an important step in sales automation. Our weapons of choice are Zurmo CRM and Drupal. The zurmo.module for Drupal uses the webservices of Zurmo to avoid copy-paste your valuable webform submissions.
With so many frameworks at our disposal, which all claim they can serve you for almost anything, chances are that you do not really need all of the components included in such a framework. Perhaps you'll only need a grid. So today, I would like to show you how to build your own reusable grid.
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Drupal 8 is coming... Therefore I'm going to write blogposts about D8's features, improvements and quirks. As I expect the major jump from D7 to D8 to be even larger than the jump from D6 to D7, I will split it up in 3 seperate posts: interface, theming and backend.