Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 1:49pm
This webinar covers background of the main components of services: servers, resources, and authentication. Followed by a live demo demonstrating session authentication, setup and configuration of a REST server, setup of a single endpoint, user and node resource examples, and testing via JSON protocols using tools like XHR Poster. This session is useful anyone seeking a quick way to integrate external applications with Drupal.
Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 12:50pm
Are you ready? No, seriously, are you ready? We are proud to announce that the 4th Annual Drupalcamp Atlanta and 2nd Atlanta Drupal Business Summit will be held October 26 & 27, 2012 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia. This promises to be a spectacular event at our largest venue ever (450+ person capacity). Here is what we are planning:
Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 8:31am
Git is becoming a standard in revision control software for Open Source development. Its distributed nature along with speed and flexibility aligns its self with todays agile and fast paced web development environment. This previously recorded webinar covers the common mechanics of using Git while also pointing out standard "gotchas" that new adopters of Git face. This webinar is considered a teaser for the full Blue Collar Git that I'll be giving in Charlotte. The teaser version of the webinar is intended for users who have some experience with revision control software (such as SVN or CVS) but are new to Git.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 8:03am
Display Suite is a popular drag-n-drop interface module that allows anyone to easily point and clear their way into creating beautiful layouts in Drupal. It allows users to take complete control over how Drupal renders content without the need for using complicated templates or custom code.
Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 11:58am
With something as simple as the post title, I've already broken one of the rules I'll be setting forth here—that of expectation setting. This is not a post about ignoring your clients or putting them aside or picking only the right clients and shunning the rest. This real subject of this post is the '-tion' (pronounced shun) suffix at the end of the three key thoughts: communicaTION, expectaTION and execuTION.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 - 3:45pm
A drush site alias file allows you to streamline advanced drush commands and make running them against both local and remote sites a breeze. With a properly configured alias file and an SSH key you can run frequently used commands that have complex options, with a concise easily remembered "alias" on any site. This will help you be far more productive and you will find yourself using drush itself far more often.
Friday, May 11, 2012 - 8:28am
Maps can be a powerful tool for sharing information.
A well built map can make data and ideas accessible to people in a way that is not always easy to do in words. Most of us use maps on our phones and in our cars to help us get around. What you don’t see everyday are maps being used to share dense amounts of information in easily accessible and highly informative ways. Maps can tell a story, or help influence the way we think, even motivate us to help with a cause.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 - 8:54am
SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, was first developed by Netscape in the mid-1990's to address the growing need to be able to securely transmit data. It protects data, verifies legitimacy of a website, and is supported by all major browsers. When you log into a banking website, your computer is sent a file called an "SSL certificate" which contains the following data:
Monday, May 7, 2012 - 1:55pm
The Media Initiative is an unofficial but well-supported community initiative to improve Drupal's handling of images, video, audio, and other files and embedded media. This previously-recorded webinar discusses the inconsistencies and problems of handling media in Drupal, and the efforts to improve the authoring experience. Products of these efforts so far include the File Entity and Media modules in Drupal 7, which are demonstrated in this webinar. The Media Initiative is also trying to improve Drupal's default file and media handling by moving much of File Entity into Drupal 8 core.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 - 11:45am
Mediacurrent would like to congratulate the Alaska Dispatch for their win of the "2012 Best News/Media Website in Alaska." The Alaska Dispatch has won awards both locally and nationally for their outstanding work completed in 2011. In fact, they have been recognized two years in a row in the Alaska Press Club Awards and The Best of the West Competition.