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3C Web Services: How to accept payments of varying amounts with Drupal Commerce.

Posted on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by drupalroot


The websites we build often require accepting a payment for something that isn't a product. For example, service payments, down payments or donations. There are different ways to handle this with Drupal Commerce and here we’ll outline the method we've adopted for use and explain how to implement it yourself.


Victor Kane: Five Things I didn't know about

Posted on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by drupalroot

I want to share some exciting things I'm only just finding out about (the “Develop, Deploy, Rinse, Repeat” continuous delivery cloud platform for Drupal, Symfony and PHP based projects) that look as if they might have a lot to do with folks finding a straightforward way of enabling a truly Lean process applied to website and web application projects. We'll cover five things I didn't know about

  1. The Standard Platform Workflow is just what modern, serious PHP, Symfony and Drupal developers might expect and can easily be set up for all team members. The Drupal 8 plugin system - part 3

Posted on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by drupalroot

Checkout part 1 and part 2 for understanding the concept of plugins.
In this installment, we will be

  1. Implementing a new plugin from existing plugin types.
  2. Implementing a new plugin type using the annotation based discovery mechanism.

As an exercise, let's first construct an imaginary scenario where the user of your Drupal site wants choose what they want for breakfast from a list of breakfast menu items. To add a dash of variety, all the breakfast items in the code are of South Indian culinary. You can checkout the code and suit yourself, change the breakfast items etc.

For this exercise, checkout the module code first and enable it.


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