A PC with NetBeans for development + a production VPS + GitHub = a basic Drupal development environment
This is stuff that doesn't belong anywhere else. Some articles were published on DrupalZombie. Some are for Kieran's courses.
Continuing our Ajax discussion. Sometimes you need to send data to the server to get data back.
Recently, I deployed a site created on my development machine to the InterWebs. I wrote down what I did. Here are the notes.
Entities, bundles, field types, fields, instances... ARGH! Too confusing! My brain is slowing down!
Together, we can fight the zombification. The first round: field types.
You get an email about a Drupal security update. Or you see a red message on your Web site, telling you that there's a security update available. What do you do?
This article walks through the process.
Install Drush, a program that will make it easier to manage your Drupal site. This article is about Drush.
(If you're a WBC person, Drush is already installed.)
How to make a node edit form in a popup window. For CyberCourse.
"Argh! There's a core update! U--r---r----g-----h! B--r--a--i--n--s!" Dezombificate with Drush.
How to use Drush to install a new Drupal.
Learn how to install Drupal on a shared hosting account.
Ajax. What is it?
This page is for Kieran's students in MIS 422/622 at Oakland University, in the fall semester of 2013. It uses PHP and jQueryMobile.
What is a JS object? How do you use it?
Another way to loop with jQuery and jQueryMobile.
Zombies shamble around the interwebs, looking for tasty Drupal sites. Protect your site with Unix permissions.
Erase all the content, and reinstall.
General guidelines for running a Drupal project.
https://wiki.cybercour.se lives! Figuring it out was a PITA.
The book module stores book hierarchy data in the Drupal database. Let's see how.
How does Drupal store data about menus? You might want to know, if your code needs to work with them. Let's see what's going down.
If you're nervous about the command line, start here. It's like dipping your toe into the water and pulling it out immediately, just to show yourself you can do it.