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Tue, 06/30/2015 - 11:00
Have you ever thought about building your own Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business based on Drupal? I don't mean selling Drupal as a service but selling your Drupal-based software under a subscription model and using Drupal as the basis for your accounting, administration, deployment and the tool that serves and controls all the business processes of your SaaS business. Yes, you have? That's...
Tue, 06/30/2015 - 10:02
Queries are the centerpiece of MySQL and they have high optimization potential (in conjunction with indexes). This is specially true for big databases (whatever big means). Modern PHP frameworks tend to execute dozens of queries. Thus, as a first step, it is required to know what the slow queries are. A built-in solution for that is the MySQL slow query log. This can either be activated in my.cnf...
Tue, 06/30/2015 - 06:45
*/ Ever Since we moved to Slack for our team’s instant messaging needs, what excited me the most is the nice set of APIs that Slack offers to seamlessly integrate your apps into Slack chat. What we needed immediately was a basic bot that handled Karma functionality allowing people to say ‘Thanks’ to others using the usual ‘++’ annotation. We were looking at options for various technologies....
Tue, 06/30/2015 - 03:53
Much ink has been spilled about which open-source ecommerce platform is the “best.” Most comparisons perpetuate what is typically an easy (but usually incorrect) way of understanding these two platforms and whether they are a fit for your business. They are often compared like word processors based on line item comparisons of features instead of powerful business growth engines and visible brand...
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 23:41
Time flies – it’s already summer, and I hope yours is going well! Seems like just yesterday I was at DrupalCon in Los Angeles, the famous city of movie-making – to make it sound more like a dream… at least my own dream, one that was made true. Because part of our team was invited... The post Drupalwood: Why you should attend a DrupalCon appeared first on X-Team.
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 22:22
One of the most exciting aspects of preparing for a DrupalCon is selecting the sessions that will be presented. It’s always incredibly cool and humbling to see all the great ideas that our community comes up with— and they’re all so great that making the official selections is definitely not an easy process! This time, the Track Chairs had over 500 sessions to read through to determine what...
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 22:05
We’re excited for Drupal GovCon coming up on July 22nd! We can’t wait to spend time with the Drupal4Gov community and meet fellow Drupalers from all over! Forum One will be presenting sessions in all four tracks: Site Building, Business and Strategy, Code & DevOps, and Front-end, User Experience and Design! Check out our sessions to learn more about Drupal 8 and other topics! Here our are...
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 19:51
OSCON, the annual open source conference, brings over 4,000 people together in Portland this July. We are a proud participant again this year and we are excited to talk about Drupal to a wider audience. If you are looking for a reason to attend, you can use the code USRG which will get you 20% off your registration. Or you can use the PCEXPOPLUS code to gain admission to the exhibition hall for...
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 19:16
A couple days ago, I received the first in a series of white papers created by the Drupal Association to help Drupal service providers prepare for (and arguably market) Drupal 8.
Mon, 06/29/2015 - 16:14
A modern, pioneering, easy to use and certainly responsive site. All credit goes to MAPFREWARRANTY.GR, where the design and the construction of the most important features, could have been very hard to come to life without drupal’s support. Some of the most important elements are: 1. the Cost Calculator where the users get customized suggested...

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