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LevelTen Interactive: Part 2: More Videos That Will Help You Get Started with Drupal

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2015 by drupalroot

If you are new to Drupal, take a look at our previous blog New To Drupal? These Videos Will Help You Get StartedIf you just got started in Drupal, how about we provide you these short but thorough tutorial videos on Working with Content.... Read more

Drupal Watchdog: Entity Storage, the Drupal 8 Way

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2015 by drupalroot

In Drupal 7 the Field API introduced the concept of swappable field storage. This means that field data can live in any kind of storage, for instance a NoSQL database like MongoDB, provided that a corresponding backend is enabled in the system. This feature allows support of some nice use cases, like remotely-stored entity data or exploit storage backends that perform better in specific scenarios. However it also introduces some problems with entity querying, because a query involving conditions on two fields might end up needing to query two different storage backends, which may become impractical or simply unfeasible.

Annertech: Some recent fun we've had Mapping with Drupal

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2015 by drupalroot

Some recent fun we've had Mapping with Drupal

People love maps. People love being able to visually understand how locations relate to each other. And since the advent of Google Maps, people love to pan and zoom, to click and swipe. But what people hate, is a shoddy mapping experience. Mapping can be hard, but fortunately, Drupal takes a lot of the pain away.

Why map?

You might want a map if you:

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