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The Central NJ Drupal Meetup has received one of the first grants from the new Drupal Association Drupal 8 Accelerate program. The Sprint will take place from January 29 to Febrary 1. For more details see https://groups.drupal.org/node/453848
In this article I will try to find out if there is any performance lead in running Drupal on IIS over Apache. I will not run any benchmarks on my own, just analyze what I could find about this surfing the web. Type "iis vs apache drupal" in Google and this is what I found. The Links Conclusion The links Drupal Performance on IIS7 vs Apache Date: Mid 2012 Language English
A website for hotel reviews separated into several categories such as luxury hotels, hostels, unique and boutique hotels, exotic summer hotels and villas, and ski chalets for rentals. Categories: TravelLanguages: EnglishDrupal Version: Drupal 7.x
Drupal provides a quick and simple way to customize field output globally using template files. Overriding a field's template file can be useful if you need to customize the HTML, data, or provide custom logic to a Drupal field. Template files allow you to target all fields, fields of specific names, fields of specific types and fields of specific content types.
This is the second in a series of posts about Drupal 8's configuration management system. The Configuration Management Initiative (CMI) was the first Drupal 8 initiative to be announced in 2011, and we've learned a lot during thousands of hours of work on the initiative since then. These posts will share what we've learned and provide background on the why and how. In case you missed it, you can...
Download Podcast 142 ...and we're back! After a holiday hiatus, Andrew, Ryan, Ted, and Mike are back for a guest-less news round-up. We set the timer and spent 3 minutes on over a dozen different Drupal-related news items from the past 8 weeks. Drupal 8, Drupal.org user personas, and major merger, someone gets a job, and several 2014 lists are covered, along with...
As is now a tradition for me, here is my annual Acquia retrospective, where I look back at 2014 and share what's on my mind as we start the new year. I take the time to write these retrospectives not only for you dear reader, but also for myself, because I want to keep a record of the changes we've gone through as a company and how my personal thinking is evolving from year to year. But I also...
I'm not very good with managing my tasks through a simple list—despite my best efforts, the list always seems to keep growing. I prefer to use a Kanban Board, a popular method of arranging lists that highlights the current status of each task. It's nice to see that I actually do get things done, after all!
Cleaning up is one of the advantages of working with VMs over a bare metal install. Since everything is in the disk image files, we only need to delete the VM. Vagrant provides two commands for this purpose: Stopping and Deleting the VM Change to the directory containing the Vagrantfile, and then stop the VM: vagrant halt To delete the VM permanently: vagrant destroy That’s it!