Ever want to create re-useable value sets in Drupal? No, not Taxonomy! Just simple key value pairs that can be used as allowed values for fields or webforms. Learn how using the Values module in this weeks Drupal Module of the Week!

Around 6 months ago, I introduced Seed, our Drush-based Drupal development server environment. Seed allows you to take care of a lot of tedious tasks of operating a Drupal development server, like setting up virtual hosts and creating MySQL databases, via a simple command-line interface. Today, I'm taking a look at some of the improvements and features that has gone in to Seed since then to help make your development workflow easier.

Nothing Ever Takes 5 Minutes

Chris — June 20th ’13

Today, Greg sent out a link to some guy's blog post about how programmers estimate time for tasks/jobs. It's a pretty good post, you should read it. The link came at a funny time though which is why I'm writing this post. I was in the middle of a somewhat medial task that in my head should have only taken 5 minutes.

Here at Fuse, we’ve been working on a few commerce projects lately. We've been using Commerce Kickstart as the base for some projects and customize to meet client business requirements. By using Kickstart, we no longer need to download a long list of modules and configure them individually, it saves us many hours of work and save money for our clients. For users that are new to Drupal, and want to have an online store, Commerce Kickstart is great.

If you’re using Sass to preprocess your stylesheets, you’ve probably discovered partials. A partial is a sub-stylesheet, intended to be included as part of a main stylesheet rather than being processed into its own file. Partials are great for building more organized stylesheets, but managing lots of separate includes by hand can be a drag. Thankfully, we can use the sass-globbing gem to make use of partials without the extra overhead.