Rebuilding a local development environment for a Drupal site can often be a chore. Drush Rebuild is a simple utility to help manage the process of rebuilding a local development environment.
Explanation of workflow and tools for developing with Drupal install profiles and Drush Make.
An overview of how to relocate your modules and themes to sites/all and discontinue use of a Drupal install profile.
DesignHammer completed a major Salesforce project this year which involved restructuring a client's Drupal/Salesforce integration. The client was using a forked, hacked-apart version of the Salesforce module from 2009 along with a custom implementation of Salesforce Outbound Messaging to do bidirectional syncing of 30,000 Drupal user accounts.
Durham, NC (August 19th, 2011) — DesignHammer, Durham’s award-winning web design and development firm, released a new web-based content management system to host content for the Carolina Theatre’s annual film festival series. The Theatre, a Durham historic and cultural landmark since 1926, hosts four film festivals per year, in addition to daily scheduled film screenings, as well as critically-acclaimed live performances.
We've been working on upgrading the DesignHammer website to Drupal 7 for the last few weeks. It's not been a bad process, but one particular issue had been vexing us: how to set the active trail for nodes and pages that don't have menu items.
About a month ago I became a co-maintainer of the Salesforce Suite module for Drupal. The suite offers robust integration with Salesforce.com. I wanted to write a few words about the Salesforce suite modules and encourage developers and users to check it out.
I'm excited to be presenting at the NCTech4Good conference in Chapel Hill tomorrow on Upgrading to Drupal 7, and thought I'd post my slides here and a few other resources for those who are interested. Unfortunately I don't have notes attached to the slides, but I'll be writing a complete blog post next week that will go into more depth on the topics in the presentation.
Durham, NC (April 11, 2011) — Jay Roberts and Kosta Harlan, Drupal Developers at DesignHammer, will be presenting at the 2011 NCTech4Good Conference. NCTech4Good Conference is an annual daylong event that offers information and networking opportunities for staff, consultants, and volunteers for North Carolina nonprofits and similar organizations.
DrupalCon Chicago is over and I'm back in Durham with the DesignHammer crew. It was a great conference; it's the first DrupalCon that DesignHammer has participated in and it won't be the last. Here are some notes about my impressions of DrupalCon and how it affects DesignHammer.