Upgrading Drupal distributions, technically referred to as installation profiles, can be tricky. If you aren't using Drupal Core, but rather a distribution of it, it's not possible to follow standard processes for upgrading Drupal core and contributed modules. You must upgrade the distribution as a whole.
There has been a radical shift in how enterprises want to use Drupal. Their focus is moving from sites to integrated services., and this change is typically accompanied with a set of new technologies, such as MongoDB and Node.js. Still, the role of Drupal has become more central than ever. How?
Today I'm going to show you how to turbo boost Drupal's default views filters with an example on how to add a "Conatained in CSV" operator for Numeric and String filters.
Imagine a user wants to perform a batch operation on entities with ID's X, Y and Z. Unless they all appear on the same page, or you set the page size to inifinte this is impossible because Views Bulk Operations won't let you manually pick items between searches and/or pages.
We want something like this to happen: