This group is dedicated to solutions and approaches for high traffic, high performing Drupal sites. As such, it will deal with a lot of information around the rest of a typical Drupal "stack" -- the operating system, web server, database, and PHP tweaks that combine to support the Drupal application.
This is not a support channel or a place to post bug reports.
If you think you have found a bug, use the issue queue for the appropriate project.
If you need support, see http://drupal.org/support for options.
From everyone at php[architect], we welcome you to this year’s php[world] conference. We strive to create an amazing experience for the greater PHP community that brings together developers from Drupal, WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, Zend Framework, Symfony, Laravel, CakePHP and more.
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With Drupal 8, the Drupal community is embracing improvements and best practices from the wider PHP ecosystem. If you work with Drupal, you’ll want to be prepared! PHP Foundations for Drupal 8 will guide you through modern practices for programming with PHP, focusing on what you’ll need to work with Drupal 8.
As a prerequisite for this course, you should have either taken our Jump Start PHP or PHP Essentials courses, or have an equivalent amount of PHP knowledge.
Topics covered in this class will include:
Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
Using Composer and YAML
Drupal is a mature and flexible Content Management Framework that can be used web application ranging from the most basic web sites to enterprise class ones with multiple content types and highly customized work flows. Much of this functionality and power come from the wide range of contributed modules that plug in to expand Drupal’s capabilities.Read more
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I want to fetch Views total number of records in page.tpl.php before views.tpl called. Is it possible to fetch that row total before views rendered? I am also using contextual filter for this view. Views have page type display.
I have also used module https://www.drupal.org/project/views_record_count. but this will print total number of records on Views header or footer. (Not outside of views)
I'm writing a report for a local government client about the suitability of migrating their internal and external sites to Drupal.
They have a very document heavy site with a large number of documents (up to 500,000). The documents are static and won't change so there's no requirement for Document Management functionality. They will require metadata and security as well as the ability to search by metadata.Read more
I have checked Aquia site here(https://www.acquia.com/customer-success/learning-services/acquia-certifi...) and found there are four types of certification.
Acquia Certified Developer Exam
Acquia Certified Developer-Back End Specialist Exam
Acquia Certified Developer-Front End Specialist Exam
Acquia Certified Drupal Site Builder Exam
But which certification Team Leam/Project Manager should do? Why this four certification? Who should do which certification? Can anyone explain. Do I need to all four certification?
After spending quite a while trying to diagnose the origin of some slow SQL queries, I looked around for some solutions to better identify the query and lessen the time spent for the initial investigation.
One of the options I found was sending through a comment with the SQL which included information such as the class or function. I've wrote an article about doing it here (https://jacobbednarz.github.io/posts/tracking-sql-queries/) but I was wondering if you had any feedback on how you go about tracking what methods or url's are sending what SQL queries within Drupal.
I m thinking to move on Drupal 8 but before go I want to know about both Drupal 8 vs drupal 7 performance.We don't need security.We need performance about both version.
PS: We don't need more modules only core modules.
Not sure where is the most appropriate post for this, let me know if anybody has suggestion.
I am having performance issues with INNODB. My major issue is that with INNODB I am getting approximately 20 times slower performance than with MyISAM. For the purpose of testing I have used Drupal 7 with devel module installed. Further more I used 2 bare bone servers with default installations so I can do parallel comparisons.Read more
; https://groups.drupal.org/node/464283#comment-1099478Interesting things going on currently in D8
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