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PreviousNext: Code Drop and PreviousNext merge Australia's leading Drupal 8 teams

Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot

Two of Australia’s most prominent Drupal strategy, design and development companies, Code Drop and PreviousNext, have merged to form a single company with national reach. The merger will see both companies operate under the PreviousNext brand from August 4, with the Code Drop team remaining in their existing Perth offices and working across Western Australian and national projects.

OSTraining: Create a Juicebox Image Gallery in Drupal

Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot
logo juiceboxLast week, two different OSTraining members asked me about using the Juicebox image gallery with Drupal.

To be honest, I had never heard of Juicebox, but the members said that it looked great and worked well. After testing Juicebox, I agree. It's a good option for people who want a basic image gallery in Drupal.

PreviousNext: Overriding services in Drupal 8 - advanced cases

Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot

Drupal 8 comes with a services based architecture allowing clean dependency injection, separation of concerns and another way to modify how Drupal works without hacking core

You've probably heard that Drupal 8 lets you swap out a core service for your own implementation, hey, I even said it myself here and here, but how do you achieve that?

Read on to find out how to manipulate Drupal 8 services at run-time and how this compares to other popular PHP Frameworks like Laravel, Silex and Symfony Visual Regression Tutorials

Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2015 by drupalroot
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A well known DrupalCon fact is that the action mostly takes place in the hallways and social gatherings. The logic is that the sessions are recorded, and the rest isn't.

On DrupalCon L.A. I was spending most of my time in the hallways stalking people to show them the newly born Shoov and ask for their feedback. One of those people was my good friend Mike Anello, which later expressed his feeling about Shoov in this fun DrupalEasy podcast.

Few months later, with the next DrupalCon already around the corner and Shoov maturing every day, I've contacted him to get his feedback on what we have so far, and I got this:


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