James Panton presents an introduction to version control and the Git system at DrupalCamp North West 2012
"Git your act together and keep your code under control" session by James Panton at Drupa
Those with a sweet tooth found the Code Enigma booth at this year's DrupalCamp NW an excellent source of nutrition. Find out more about what was a truly excellent event.
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An actual performance test, like-for-like, of Panels versus Block
Panels has been around for a long time now. It gets mixed reviews. It's a bit like the Marmite of Drupal - you either love it or you hate it. Personally, I'm a fan, for a number of reasons that warrant blog posts of their own.
Code Enigma recently funded a sprint to help get the Views module in to core for Drupal 8. This is the 'how' and the 'why'. One of our developers, Alasdair, will be following up with the 'what'.
Code Enigma are sponsoring a Views In Core sprint in Paris, France, from 26th - 28th August 2012.
Following on from Earl Miles’ request that people help fund the Views In Core initiative for Drupal 8, Code Enigma is proud to announce a Views In Core sprint, in Paris, straight after DrupalC
As head of the project to redevelop the Said School of business website in Drupal, David Upton gave the keynote speech at Oxford Drupal Camp in June, explaining why they chose Drupal.
David has an impressive trackrecord in this sphere, having set up the original content managed site for Harvard Business School almost ten years ago.
Firstly, Happy New Year to all our friends on the Gregorian calendar like us. We're guessing that's most of you, but perhaps not all.
We pride ourselves here at Code Enigma in doing lots of work for the community.
Supporting information for the talk we gave at Drupalcamp Toulouse
A big thank you to everyone who joined the DrupalCamp Toulouse English track for my opening session, and I hope it was useful. Also, special thanks to Miguel Jacq for his input, both to the talk and to our systems in general.
Using Views to manipulate connections between content.
This is the first of a set of blogs that could be called quick (and sometimes dirty) solutions to everyday problems. The plan is to provide examples and code snippets from actual projects as they come up. In this first one, I'll look at a couple of examples of how to use views to manipulate nod
Just because we've chosen to specialise in the Drupal CMS as our main tool - that doesn't mean we recommend hitting every nail with it.
I'd like to start by quoting Jeff Goldblum's character from the 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park, Dr. Ian Malcolm, when he says to Richard Attenborough's park owner character, John Hammond: