The Drupal Developer Days, also known as the DDD, are a european non-profit event organized by the Drupal community, for the Drupal community. Started in 2010 in Munich, the DDD have travelled through different cities. Szeged, Dublin, Barcelona or Brussels so far.
Tag: poetry of the code
Adding support for LEFT JOINs and IS NULL conditions to Drupal's EntityFieldQuery has been asked for in d.o. issue queues and discussed over and over again. Although in Drupal 8 EntityFieldQuery has been rewritten, and now supports exists() and notExists() conditions, implementing it in Drupal 7 is still slightly hack-ish. Doing it in dynamic, parametrisable way however seems to be something new entirely.
If you happen to have Commerce Stock module enabled, while at the same time you have removed Commerce Line Item: Delete button field from your Shopping cart form view, you most probably faced (or are still facing) some PHP warning and notices when using any of the shopping cart buttons.
Akeneo is an open source Product Information Management (PIM) system designed for retailers looking for efficient answers to their multichannel needs. Platform.sh is a groundbreaking hosting and development tool for web applications. It extends a branch-merge workflow to infrastructure so that every branch can be tested as if it were in production, and scales for the largest sites.
Step-by-step guide to translating a Commerce Kickstart 2-based store, including multilingual products and search.
Ever got an invitation to one of those "fancy" Microsoft Office Live Meetings, only to end up scratching your head how the heck could you access it from your Mac? Especially if you were running Mavericks?
This tutorial will guide you through all the steps required to replicate the Commerce Marketplace demo site on your own server, and then explain how its behaviour differs depending on various configuration settings.
The biggest step forward since From Commerce Store to Commerce Marketplace, my previous blog post in the Commerce Marketplace series, was added initial support for parallel payments.
By default Drupal gets installed with only one default language - English - and all additional languages need to be added afterwards, followed by downloading and importing all relevant interface translations. But why not to make our multilingual lives just a little bit easier?