In this session Rupl discussed about how to use functional testing to spot regressions early and often, even before you merge. We'll show how you can visually diff your development branches against master and verify that nothing changed except the stuff you wanted to change. We'll talk about tools like CasperJS, Phantomas, and Wraith. There will be code samples abound!
Slides for this presentation: http://rupl.github.io/frontend-testing/
The Drupal 8 plugin system provides a set of guidelines and reusable code components that allow developers to expose pluggable functionality within their code and (as needed) support managing these components through the user interface. Understanding the ins and outs of the plugin system will be critical for anyone developing modules for Drupal 8. Blocks, field types, widgets, and views displays are just some of the places you’ll encounter plugins in D8.
This session is a really awesome to watch to get the frequently asked questions like How do I ensure my project is going in the right direction before spending time on development? or
How do I manage projects with many stakeholders without losing my mind? or
How can I turn my team's ideas into something we can test quickly?
This session will demonstrate some advanced but poorly-understood features of Views, such as grouping, "count" and "group by" queries, summary views, non-standard pagers and attached-views. This session will cover an architectural overview of Views 3's classes, and how to extend it's object-oriented code to present data in alternate formats ("Display" or "View" in MVC-speak), allow views to understand and filter data in a specific way ("Controller" in MVC-speak) and to access alternate data sources ("Model" in MVC-speak).
This session will assume that you have a current understanding of what responsive and mobile-first are, and that you come to this session ready to learn EXACTLY how to incorporate these technologies now in your Drupal projects.
This denver drupalcon session is focused on Drush 5 features and how to work more efficiently with drupal.
How to use the "aggregation" settings of views3 in drupal 7.It is about the advanced options in Views 3. The aggregation setting makes Views return aggregated values for advanced reporting. Views3 aggregation could be used for count the number of items baked into each row, or sum them up, or calculate their average, or count the number of unique items etc. You might need this to generate a source for graphical representation of your data.