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Acquia: Drupal is fun to use - meet Karen Grey

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 by drupalroot

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Drupal is more fun - meet Karen Grey

I sat down with Karen Grey at Drupal Camp Brighton 2015 to find out more about who she is and what she does with Drupal. I apologize for taking her out of the code sprints for that time! Since we spoke, Karen has taken on a position as Senior Drupal Developer at i-KOS in their Brighton office.

Drupal Watchdog: RESTful Web Services Module Basics

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 by drupalroot
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 String Telephone Drupal 7 does not have built-in support for representational state transfer (REST) functionality. However, the RESTful Web Services module is arguably the most efficient way to provide resource representations for all the entity types, by leveraging Drupal's powerful Entity API. Unmodified, the module makes it possible to output the instances of the core entity types – node, file, and user – in JSON or XML format. Further entity type resources and formats are possible utilizing hooks in added code.

Drupal Association News: We Love Our Volunteers!

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 by drupalroot

Volunteers sprintingThis week is National Volunteer Week, a week to recognize that volunteerism is a building block to a strong and thriving community.  The Drupal Community is no different: as an open-source project our volunteers are vital to the health and growth of our project.  There are so many roles and levels of contribution within our Drupal ecosystem that we at the Drupal Association wanted to highlight how much your contribution means to us and our work.  I took some time and asked around, here’s some of the glowing praise our staff has to say about our phenomenal volunteers. 

KnackForge: Drupal 7 - Hooking Ajax events and views refresh

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 by drupalroot
Drupal has a solid Ajax interface, we can hook into the Ajax events at various places. I will explain some 5 important methods,
 
1) beforeSerialize - called before data is packed and runs before the beforeSend & beforeSubmit
2) beforeSubmit - called before the ajax request
3) beforeSend - called just before the ajax request
4) success - called after ajax event returns data
5) complete - called after the request ends
 
Lets say you want to capture some ajax event (in built or made by other module) to do some event like Views refresh. We can use a very simple logic to do that.
 

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