Planet Drupal

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.

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.

The conclusion to the CKEditor & the WYSIWYG Module tutorial series.. Learn how to create a native CKEditor plugin and expose it to CKEditor using either the WYSIWYG module or the CKEditor module API.

According to the Features project page the first commit of code was more than 3 years ago by Young Hahn. The first commit on d.o. for drush make? Over 2 years ago.

A client came to us recently and wanted to transfer his site from another company.  We needed to apply security updates to the code but we didn't have access to any version control history of the source code.  We used the Hacked! module to see if there is any custom code added to Drupal core or contrib modules so that we don’t lose any custom changes when we update the site.  Hacked! Comes with a web user interface but I prefer to run it in