Dave has enlighten about the modules of drupal7 which are safe to use to keep your drupal 7 site future proof with drupal8.
His presentation will answer your questions like
- What field modules can I use that work the same as Drupal 8?
- What WYSIWYG editor should I use?
- How can I start preparing to migrate my existing Drupal site to Drupal 8?
- What kinds of modules can I use so I don't have to retrain my editors and administrators when we move to Drupal 8?
This session gives an overview of essential skills and knowledge you need to acquire when starting to use Drupal. It assumes nothing about your prior Drupal knowledge, but provides you with a map and guide book for getting into the Drupal world.
Know the power of Drupal ThemeKey module. In Drupal 7 theme switching can be done with this module with lots of extra stuff, this presentation shows about few of those features.
Building a complex sustainable website can be a big endeavor to take on. There are a lot of factors you need to consider, not only technical challenges but also business challenges. You have a lot to win by breaking down a project in more manageable chunks. This session is going to cover one way of doing just that.
Responsive design is a catch phrase mentioned everywhere and all the time. Not completely without good reason, because it is indeed a good way of presenting and adapting content from one source for different platforms (computer, smart phone, tablet). We'll take a quick look at the Less
Framework 4.0, how it works and will try to decide if we like it or if we'll keep looking for the holy grail of responsive design.
It seems everyone is talking about using Features for "everything in code" development, but what about installation profiles? This oft-overlooked part of Drupal core is available to us all and provides the tools needed for successful, repeatable development and deployment. Victor Kane is an Drupal developer and trainer with deep roots in the Los Angeles Drupal community. He is the author of Leveraging Drupal: Getting Your Site Done Right. This presentation is a continuation of his articles on the subject at http://awebfactory.com.ar/node/448 and http://awebfactory.com.ar/node/458