Pronovix team building: contributing to a child’s smile

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Pronovix team building: contributing to a child’s smile

5 December, 2014

Christmas and the end of the year are coming. With a long and colorful year behind us, we thought it would be time to have some fun outside of work and spend a whole day together. This will be a precious time for us, but to make it even more valuable, we decided to participate in the Hungarian version of Operation Christmas Child (also known as shoebox gifts campaign).

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Animations: CSS vs JavaScript

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Animations: CSS vs JavaScript

28 October, 2014

After jQuery, CSS Animations became the most praised solution for creating web animations. Is JavaScript-based animation really outdated? In this post I will focus on the shortcomings of CSS3, and tell you why I still think JavaScript is a better tool for handling animations.

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Useful tips for using HTML imports (part 1)

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Useful tips for using HTML imports (part 1)

26 September, 2014

Have you ever tried including an HTML page inside another HTML document? Before HTML imports, you had to work around this problem using iFrames or AJAX, both pretty inconvenient for the task. HTML imports solves this problem elegantly. It hasn’t been long since I started using it, but I found it such an amazingly useful tool that I wanted to share my experiences with you.

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Field Permission Patterns: a Drupal module for configuring custom field permissions

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Field Permission Patterns: a Drupal module for configuring custom field permissions

29 August, 2014

If you ever had to configure custom field permissions in a project that had a ton of custom content types with a bunch of different fields, you probably ended up wishing for a tool that would make this process less boring and error-prone. This is why I wrote Field Permission Patterns, a module that takes the hassle out of configuring custom fields. In this post I tell you more about the usage and configuration options of Field Permission and Field Permission Patterns.

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Drupal uncoded

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Drupal uncoded

11 August, 2014

In open source, something magical happens when like-minded people meet. You find out somebody else is dealing with a similar problem, you combine ideas and before you know it an ad hoc working group has formed to fix the problem. It's a public secret that at Drupalcon the good stuff happens in the BOF sessions. If you are a Site builder, editor or content owner, marketeer, product owner, entre- or intra-preneur, digital agency or consultant, and this is the event you have been waiting for, help us spread the word, and sign up, so that we can reach out to you when we have more information available.

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Behat coverage for all of Drupal - how it could be done

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Behat coverage for all of Drupal - how it could be done

2 July, 2014

There is a lot of excitement in the Drupal community about Behat, especially from more advanced teams that are investing in their Devops infrastructure. It now even looks like Behat might some day make it into Drupal core. I guess that is why several Web development teams that use BDD (Behavior-Driven Development) have asked me how WalkHub relates to Behat. I’ve written a longer post on the WalkHub blog that explains how it could be done, and what the benefits would be. In this post I will focus on how WalkHub could help the community complete the creation of Behat tests for all of Drupal core and contrib.

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The WalkHub distribution now has a recorder!

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The WalkHub distribution now has a recorder!

27 June, 2014

If you’ve installed your own WalkHub you’ve been able to use the Walkthrough recorder for a few weeks now. But yesterday after adding a few UX improvements we’ve now also released the Walkthrough recorder on WalkHub.net. With it, it is now extremely easy to create Walkthrough tutorials.

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How to get the community to write your documentation

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How to get the community to write your documentation

24 June, 2014

In the Drupal community we excel at sharing code, but we are terrible at sharing documentation. I’ve been trying to rally the Drupal community around a standard for reusable documentation for a few years now. But to get people to collaborate we needed to invent a new tool that makes it easy to create, reuse and share documentation between sites and the Drupal project at large. We have built that tool, it’s called WalkHub.

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