Issue 136 - May, 1st 2014
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Doug Vann shares his thoughts on the Blue Drop Awards.
In this new series Darren Mothersele discusses the State Machine design pattern and ways to build our a state machine in Drupal.
Chris Shattuck shares helpful guide to Acquia's Certification. I've said it before but it bears repeating. BuildAModule.com is one of best ways to learn Drupal quickly.
This Drupalize.Me post post addresses how a module developer can create custom blocks in Drupal 8.
Another great UX change in Drupal 8.
Mike Gifford discusses the accessibility wins coming in Drupal 8.
The title pretty much sums up this post on Deeson Online.
This Friendly Machine post would make MortenDK proud. Killing the Drupal module CSS files!
A pretty basic tutorial covering setting up Node.js and the Node.js Drupal integration module.
I nice tip from Jeremy Epstein that will help you eliminate redundant views templates in your themes.
Commerce Add to Cart Extras is a great little module that provides the ability to turn a product listing view into an add to cart form.
A great intro to Entity Construction Kit from Shea Ross McKinney on the Stanford Web Services blog
A couple neat tips for working with Commerce Bundles.
I'm linking to yet another post about Stage file proxy. This one is from Wunderkraut. Stage file proxy is something you should check out if you haven't before. It allows you to work locally without downloading all of the files on your remote server at once. It downloads them as you need them.
It's very cool to see an alternative to Solr making headway.
105 Using Membership Entity to Set Up a Drupal Based Membership Site with Caleb Thorne, Bryan Jones and David Csonka - Modules Unraveled Podcast
There is a great discussion happening on groups.drupal.org.
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