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Wed, 08/20/2014 - 08:00
Sometimes you just need to get your hands dirty and start adding Drupal Commerce products programmatically. Luckily that is not that hard of an thing to do.
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 07:00
Published: Wed, 08/20/14Download this episodeGitTip What is GitTip? How does it work? What is a GitTip team? Drupal Core GitTip Team How did the Drupal Core team come about? What prompted it’s genesis? Who is the organizer of the Drupal Core team, and who is benefiting from it? 19 members, Alex and Cathy are administering the group, a couple are on vacation. 16 others are taking money....
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 06:10
Drupal 8 comes with built-in support for PHP Unit for unit-testing, the industry standard for unit-tests. But that doesn't mean you can't use PHP Unit for your testing and CI in Drupal 7, if you structure your code well. Read on to find out what you need to do to use PHP Unit in Drupal 7.
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 22:34
Profiling is about measuring the performance of PHP code, at least when we are talking about Drupal and Xdebug. You might need to profile your site or app if you work at a firm where performance is highly scrutinized, or if you are having problems getting a migration to complete. Whatever the reason, if you have been tasked with analyzing the performance of your Drupal codebase, profiling is one...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 22:00
Profiling is about measuring the performance of PHP code, at least when we are talking about Drupal and Xdebug. You might need to profile your site or app if you work at a firm where performance is highly scrutinized, or if you are having problems getting a migration to complete. Whatever the reason, if you have been tasked with analyzing the performance of your Drupal codebase, profiling is one...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 20:20
The schedule for DrupalCon Amsterdam is live, which means that you can start planning out every detail of your Amsterdam experience. You can start the hard work of choosing the sessions, BOFs, and social events you want to attend, and build your own schedule right on the DrupalCon Amsterdam site. BOF scheduling is live Speaking of BOFs, you don’t have to wait until DrupalCon Amsterdam to claim...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 16:00
When I first started learning Drupal, I remember the process of enabling and disabling modules on the Modules page and it took for-ev-er. My laptop was in serious danger of getting hurled across the room, due to my frustration. Then I discovered drush, and downloading and enabling modules was now performed with ease instead of pain and suffering. Of course there's a lot more you can do with drush...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 16:00
When I first started learning Drupal, I remember the process of enabling and disabling modules on the Modules page and it took for-ev-er. My laptop was in serious danger of getting hurled across the room, due to my frustration. Then I discovered drush, and downloading and enabling modules was now performed with ease instead of pain and suffering. Of course there's a lot more you can do with drush...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 14:00
Content (node-level) translation or entity (field-level) translation? It seems an obvious question to ask, but what are you translating? The tools exist to translate just about anything in Drupal 7*, but in many different ways, so you need to know exactly what you're translating. Language is 'a first-class citizen', in the sense that any piece of text is inherently written by someone on some...
Tue, 08/19/2014 - 10:12
I've just made a commit to Module Builder that adds unit tests. This is a big deal, because having these frees me up to start making the big changes that are needed for supporting Drupal 8's new structures: routes, plugins, forms, and so on. The biggest challenge is going to be the interface. Currently, you give Module Builder just a module name and a list of hook names, and it does the necessary...

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