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Palantir: Explaining Panels: Why I use Panels

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 by drupalroot


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In my last blog post I explained what the Panels Suite is and does. I explained how Panels itself is a User Interface on top of hook_theme() and theme(). That technical explanation of Panels underlines what I think is its main conceptual virtue:

Panels encourages a mental model of pulling data into a specific design component

Drupal Watchdog: Touring Drupal

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 by drupalroot
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Alphabet Help Drupal 8 has been all about pushing the boundaries, so why should help content be any different?

With the release of Drupal 8, we will also ship with tools to complement hook_help() entries: if you, the developer, are providing a documentation page for your module, why not also provide an interactive step by step guide on how your module works as well?

OpenLucius: Why the Bootstrap HTML framework in Drupal & OpenLucius

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

The Bootstrap HTML framework in Drupal, we love it. That's why we build the front-end of Drupal distribution OpenLucius with it. So we love it, but why is that?

There are alternatives to integrate in Drupal websites. Below we will give you a few reasons why we currently prefer the Bootstrap framework.

Why a HTML framework

First of all, why should you use a HTML framework? These possibilities also exist:

InternetDevels: Drupal tourists in Ternopil

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 by drupalroot

Nothing keeps Drupal tourists from spreading the word! We are passionate for Drupal and IT, so enjoy meeting like-minded people very much! Despite the cold winter weather, Ternopil welcomed us with warmth and friendliness. How was it? Our blog post will tell.

We were getting ourselves ready for the ride for almost a month. Our brandy Drupal van wanted to make nice impression too, that’s why the journey hit off from the car wash :)

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