I remember when I viewed the command line as some esoteric art only used by the Wizards of the Back-End. Now, I can’t get enough of it. If you’re only using the terminal to navigate directories or change permissions, here’s a list of some awesome utilities that can help you work faster and kick butt in the command line interface.
Welcome to the CHROMATIC blog. We discuss topics related to Drupal web development, responsive web design, web strategy, small business, and last but not least, our company and projects.
If you’re working on a site that needs subscriptions, take a look at Recurly. Recurly’s biggest strength is its simple handling of subscriptions, billing, invoices, and all that goes along with it. But how do you get that integrated into your Drupal site? Let’s walk through it.
If you use the Workbench Moderation module, you have undoubtedly created drafts for new or updated content. These drafts can often get stuck in the editorial workflow as they await approval approval from editors and other stakeholders.
Many designers are praising the benefits of Atomic Design. Rather than designing pages, Atomic Design focuses on designing systems of individual, reusable components. Designers aren’t the only ones thinking this way. This article explains why development is one area of a project that stands to benefit the most from this change in thought and walks through how to build components “the Drupal way”.
In a previous post, Dave talked about marginal gains and how, in aggregate, they can really add up. We recently made some infrastructure improvements that I first thought would be marginal, but quickly proved to be rather significant.