The Zivtech team took to the streets of San Fran at BandCamp 2014. As proud sponsors of the conference, we couldn't wait to meet up with familiar faces and new friends. In addition to sponsoring, our CTO and Co-Founder Jody Hamilton gave a talk on Perfecting Menus, Breadcrumbs and Paths.
Want to see Jody's talk from her session? Check it out below.Contributor(s): Alex UAJody Hamilton
The Zivtech team was proud to sponsor DrupalCamp NJ 2015, where our CTO and Co-Founder Jody presented a session on Perfecting Menus, Breadcrumbs and Paths. As Philadelphia natives, Zivtech loves to support local Drupal communities throughout the region, and was excited to spend the day with fellow Drupal-lovers and learners.Contributor(s): Alex UAdevonJody Hamilton
Zivtech was proud to sponsor High Ed Web 2014 in Portland, Oregon. High Ed Web is an annual conference for professionals working in higher education who utilize the web and technology for their colleges and universities. From marketing to IT professionals, High Ed Web offers diverse sessions and tracks to educate attendees and share great knowledge with people from across the world.Contributor(s): Alex UAdevon
Many modules (most notably commerce) provide default views to define much of their interface but hard code the view that is used to render that interface. That means that modifications to these views cannot easily be deployed in code or otherwise managed via tools like features.Contributor(s): Howard TysonTerms: Viewscommercefeatures
If all you want is an "embed video" URL, the media picker library widget can be overkill and can be confusing. Media Internet Text Widget allows you to just provide the media URL/Embed code field that is present on the "Web" tab of the "Media File Selector" widget.Contributor(s): Howard TysonTerms: MediaMedia pickerMedia file selector
Bear Skin is the default theme for the Bear starter profile, which is a profile to use as a starter kit when building a new site. Bear Skin does not rely on the profile, but can be used as a simple, clean theme. Bear Skin is somewhere between a pure starter theme and a more styled theme. It can be used as a starter theme that will be heavily customized, or, for smaller projects, it can be lightly customized and give you a nice looking responsive theme with little work.Contributor(s): albanbaillyJody HamiltonSean WolfeTerms: Bearbear starter kitbear starter profile
Bear Hunt provides a quick and powerful Solr Search API bundle that sets up a Solr Server and a default node index. It also automatically configures a faceted Views search pane right out of the box and places the view and facets at /search within a panel. Upon installation, Drupal's core search will be disabled.Contributor(s): Jason MooreJody HamiltonTerms: Bearbear starter kitSolr Search API
Fetcher Services is a feature module providing content types and services to allow the fetcher drush extension to retrieve lists of sites that can be deployed to your local development environment from a central Drupal site.Contributor(s): Howard TysonJody HamiltonTerms: Fetcher Drush ExtensionFetcher
Page Manager Templates is for developers who use Page Manager/Panels.
Do you have some pages on your site that you could best build and modify with hand-written HTML templates rather than Panels? Do you already do this sometimes by creating your own hook_menu (or hook_menu_alter) and hook_theme implementations? This module will make this process faster and your architecture more consistent.Contributor(s): Jody HamiltonTerms: Page Manager TemplatesPage managerpanels
Feedback allows users and visitors of a Drupal site to quickly send feedback messages about the currently displayed page, using a fixed positioned and ajaxified feedback form. This helps site administrators in quality assurance of their pages, contents and theme.Contributor(s): Jody HamiltonTerms: feedback
This project aims to provide simple encryption method for using asymmetric gnupg (pgp) crypt algorithm.
The idea behind this is to have a way for encrypting data by using public key without even possibility to decrypt it on server side, because there is no private key within a server's filesystem at all.
How to use this module:
Web hosting infrastructure meets web development process with platform.sh. The goal of this new hosting platform, built by Commerce Guys, is to completely streamline and integrate the entire process of web development, from initial concept through deployment and beyond into maintenance and upgrades.
With platform.sh, each git branch in the repository corresponds to a unique environment that serves as a clone of its parent branch. This simple system allows for workflows as simple as Production > Staging > Dev, or as complex as you want your workflow, with release branches, feature branches, developer branches, etc... Platform.sh also brings the workflow down to your local machine.
In this meetup, Winn from Oxbow Labs will walk through the creation of a new website in platform.sh, demonstrate branch creation, localhost workflow, configuration of environment-specific variables, environment synchronization, deployment via Drush Make files, drush aliases, environment-level permissions (for worry-free outsourced labor).
You can either follow along and contribute to the development of our test site, or just sit back and soak it in.
We will also compare and contrast our experience with platform.sh over the past few months with BlackMesh, which we have used for the past few years (and continue to use). The transition to platform.sh has not been without its speed bumps, but when has switching hosting providers ever been all unicorns and rainbows?
Commerce Guys have graciously offered up a free month subscription to any participant (and may send over some swag !?)View on meetup.comEvent Type: Drupal LadderTags: Drupalgive
This project aims to serve for users of hhvm + drupal configs.
Currently it has implemented only hook_requirements for ability to view phpinfo() data where is hhvm only environment.
As you might know phpinfo() is not accessible on hhvm by design.
This project aims to remove possible abandoned data out of field SQL storage tables.
Usually you really don't need it - Drupal has a mature storage system with transactions that leads to consistent database.
But Drupal users are people. They make mistakes, period.
Also some type of custom migrations can introduce such errors.
If you have strange exceptions with duplicates within field or revision tables - you got problems.
Thats why this tool published here.