Duration: 1 hour
Brief description: How are users going to find your content? Search is one of the biggest issues facing site builders and it's one of the hardest problems to solve. With features such as field weighting, faceted searching, and hit highlighting, in addition to enterprise-level full-text searching, Solr provides a leading alternative to Drupal's built-in search. In this session we'll focus on how to use Solr to provide an incredible search experience to your users with minimal pain.
Duration: 1 hr
Duration: 1 hour
WordPress gets some very important things right, and their hold on this market is proof. There are 11.4 million active installations of WordPress software, compared to only hundreds of thousands of Drupal installations. We need to get our act together, raise our standards, and lower the barrier to entry.
Come join me in talking about what this community needs to do to ensure its survival. What should we really be focusing on in Drupal Core for D8? What should you do with your own modules to prevent our CMS from being abandoned in favor of something else?Read more
So you just spent months building a beautiful, usable site. But how usable is it for the content administrators? Did you spend any time at all thinking about how you're site would be used on the back-end?
In this session I will discuss some useful techniques for building functional admin interfaces and tailoring those interfaces to your specific use-case. While this is a usability session, it is not design-related.
This introductory session, I will go over the hook system and it's greatest hits ... giving you strategies to enter the back end. My references with be constructed with designers in mind.
For medium to advanced themers who wanna write custom functionality with modules.
The most important technical feature of the site is domain access and translation. Not only do different countries require translated content and interface text on their separate subdomains, but the bikes and parts available vary by country.Read more
When writing modules and developing your site a thorough understanding of the best practices for secure coding can protect you from common security risks. Cross-site scripting, despite the abundance of preventative methods, is the most common vulnerability in Drupal code. Attend this session to understand the popular risks faced on the web and what tools you have to prevent them.
* Security Risks including XSS, SQL Injection, Access Bypass, and CSRF
* Drupal APIs and secure coding best practices
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This presentation will introduce the Views module, one of the most powerful contributed modules for Drupal. Views allows the selective displaying and filtering of content and is a must learn module for anyone wanting to create websites with Drupal. Learning Views also allows you to tap into the power of the many modules that integrate with Views.Read more
The Free Software Foundation designated CiviCRM in April as its recommendation for a "fully featured donor and contact management system for nonprofits". The FSF reinforced it's announcement by adopting CiviCRM for its own use. CiviCRM is also used by Amnesty International, Creative Commons, the Wikimedia Foundation and thousands of smaller organizations around the world. But wait, this is DrupalCamp - what's this have to do with us!?!Read more
If you're developing for Drupal there are dozens of freeware and shareware applications along with some handy gizmos and web services that can ease the pain of development, particularly if you're running a MacBook, iMac or Mac Mini. This session is for people with intermediate skills who know how to get Drupal running on MAMP but need a clue or two about version control, text editors, browser plugins and the rest of the tools that maximize your time and effort.