Quiero compartirles la primera parte de la charla: "Introducción a drush" que impartí en una drupalada a la comunidad de Drupal de Costa Rica en el Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica en el mes de junio del 2011.
Packt Publishing has released the most recent installment in their popular Drupal Themes series of titles: Drupal 7 Themes. The new book, from author Ric Shreves, updates and expands up on the Drupal 6 edition.
The new edition differs from previous efforts in several regards. In addition to updating the content to reflect the changes in the theming layer in Drupal 7, the author has shifted focus to emphasize the use of sub-themes in theme customization and in the creation of new themes. “Sub-theming is one of the most powerful tools themers possess and proficiency with this tool unlocks the presentation layer in Drupal,” states the author. “When you combine sub-theming with the ability to intercept and override templates, styles and themable functions, there’s literally nothing you can’t do.” The book has also been re-organized with new chapters focused on solutions to common issues faced in theming and another dedicated to useful tools and modules that can assist with theming. “We also stepped away from lengthy code excerpts in favor of more narrow snippets focused on demonstrating specific techniques,” added Shreves.
Open Academy is an easy to use Drupal product from Chapter Three specifically designed to create university department websites.
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Official release from tag: 7.x-1.0-rc3
Last updated: May 24, 2011 - 10:36
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On the road to 1.0, this is the final RC release for community feedback.
Changes since 7.x-1.0-rc2:
- #1154528: Properly handle the default user schema when it is not 'dbo'.
- Remove the version() function: Drupal core has a nice default implementation now.
- Fix condition preventing updating a column to NULL. See #1139638.
Read more on drupal.org http://ow.ly/51Yqm
For years, Drupal sites that needed cool, customizable user profiles have relied on the Content Profile module to give each user a custom 'Profile' node. With the arrival of Drupal 7, it's possible to skip the middleman and add custom FieldAPI fields directly to the User entity! That's great news for purist devs who were frustrated by that extra, dangling node. The downside, though, is that Drupal 7 style User Entities can't take advantage of Revisions the way nodes can. | Read more on Lullabot http://ow.ly/51hqO
In a couple of months the Drupal community, and businesses will attend Drupalcon London 2011. An opportunity for us developers to learn about new trends, decision makers to evaluate Drupal and for a lot of Drupal pro's the opportunity to share knowledge with a wider community. I am looking forward to share my experiences on Mobile development with Drupal. | Read more on Mobile Drupal: http://ow.ly/517I7