Issue 156 - September, 18th 2014A somewhat quiet week in the Drupal world. You all must be busy making awesome stuff.
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A nice guide with some Amsterdam specific advice
Mark Casias shares his experiences migrating a Drupal site to Wordpress. As someone who hasn't touched Wordpress in years I was surprised by several things Mark points out about the CMS.
Nonprofit sites made easy with this flexible and powerful distribution.
Ben Finklea's article is worth a read not only because I have an interest in SEO but because it's structured in an easy to read format.
Dries Buytaert shares details from his recent trip to China. He mentions some interesting stats as well as a comical reference to the phonetics of the word Drupal in Chinese.
Metal Toad discusses an under-appreciated feature in OAuth 2.0 they have found useful in headless Drupal implementations.
Yes, this survey from the Drupal Association includes a nice info graphic. Anyone who does Drupal or is looking to hire Drupal talent will find this interesting.
This article provides nice jumping off points for porting your module from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8.
Hernâni Borges de Freitas describes what Drupal 8 can do out of the box in the way of Web services.
A nice list of Drush commands from Marique Calcus.
"The Drupal 7 Entity Registration Module makes it easy to host sign-ups or registration forms directly on your Drupal 7 website. This solution works great for event, conference, webinar, or training signup forms."
"The Navbar region module adds a region to the Mobile Friendly Navigation Toolbar (navbar) module, allowing the placement of any blocks into the Navbar, much like the functionality of the Admin module."
A nice list of module from Mediacurrent's Adam Waid.
I really enjoyed DrupalCamp LA this year. There were quite a few great talks. If you didn't get to attend be sure and checkout the playlist on their YouTube channel.