This tutorial covers installing Aegir hosting system for Drupal websites on Ubuntu, including all the requirements such as Apache and Drush. If you administer more than a handful of Drupal websites and regularly use Drush and Git, check it out, it's definitely a lifesaver.
This session is about how to configure Fundraising And Donations with Drupal Commerce for NGO/Charity organizations.
This session will cover the basic configuration and demo on how to import and keep in synch the product structure for Drupal Commerce with feeds module.
Drupal Commerce provides a lean core of commerce functionality, which is meant to be extended with contrib modules for common use cases. And these days, everyone is writing a Commerce module. Haven't started yours yet? Come learn how Commerce uses D7 technologies (entities, fields, the ajax and testing frameworks...) and contrib modules (Entity API, Views, Rules) to achieve an unpreceded level of flexibility. Learn about important patterns such as API/UI separation, building UIs with Views (including embedding forms), storing prices, price precalculation, etc.
This tutorial reviews the Backup and Migrate module in Drupal 7. The easiest path for drupal staging problem. Use backup migrate module to perform the best way to dev-stage-production.
With Views, you can customize what displays and how it displays on a page. In this screencast, we'll make a custom front page listing full posts and then liasting just tiltes using an "attachment" display. This screencast focuses on a page display
This training video from node.se is about how to use Drupal relation module in your project and details about the module. Intent of this module is to provide an API that describes the relations between entities
Relation is a new module to create relationships between entities. In this session you will see some of the feature of this extremely powerful module. See how easy it is to create one relation containing all five Marx brothers. Describing a donation a user made to a party. etc.
This tutorial video about setting up VPS, drush and virtualmin for Drupal.
In this presentation, Christefano (@christefano) of Exaltation of Larks (@LarksLA) sets up a new server with Virtualmin, Drush and Drupal on the command line and narrates the steps taken along the way. This presentation was recorded at the High Performance Drupal meetup on August 10, 2011, on the Westside in Los Angeles, CA:
Some of the earliest and most complex deployments of Drupal Commerce have been developed in Europe, including Eurocentres for global language course sales, SubHub for subscription management, and traditional physical product sales at augustes.com. These sites' developers have worked their way through the dark corners of the Commerce APIs and really blazed a trail through Drupal 7 site development in general, contributing patches and knowledge upstream to the project and community.