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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- New Google Anaytics Data Retention Controls: Who, What, Where, When and WhyKassandra AmperMonday, June 4, 2018 - 11:30Whom does it affect? Chances are, you and (as you might have gathered from all of the "We've updated our Privacy Policy" emails spam
What do users need from their package dependency management? A lot has already been written on this including the output from a survey of Go developers, a specification for a dependency management tool by those who studied the issue and possible solu
Our sales team often refers to our Hierarchy of Qualification when evaluating projects. This pyramid, inspired by Maslows hierarchy of needs, gives us the tools not just to evaluate the business needs of a project, but the human needs that are encode
Written on October 17, 2017 - 23:22The last year, I spent a lot of evenings writing a script for a play I had in mind. And finally it's there, the first production is coming the first weekend of december. You are all invited! If you don't understand
The Best Gravity Forms Google Analytics Tracking How To?Tom McCrackenFriday, March 2, 2018 - 11:17There are loads of great how-to tutorials for tracking form submissions with Google Analytics goals. So why is this the best Gravity Forms Google Analyt
Weve all been hearing a lot about JavaScript eating the web, but what does that mean for traditional content management systems like Drupal and Wordpress? In many ways, its a fatuous claim to say that any particular language is winning or eating anyt
In my previous post I shared an example of how dependencies could break under vgo when semantic versioning rules are broken. That post talked about people, trust, and tooling in relation to MVS. One of the pieces of feedback I got was that the exampl
This simple extension adds an icon on the Drupal recent items block. Clicking on this icon clears the items, leaving only the logged in users record. https://civicrm.org/extensions/millertech-clear-recent-items
Track Contact Form 7 with Google Analytics Goals the Easy WayTom McCrackenTuesday, February 20, 2018 - 12:18This video shows you how to track Contact Form 7 submissions with Google Analytics goals without any coding, Google Tag Manager expertise or e
I cover my remote office with Post-it notes. I credit Lullabots Creative DirectorJared Ponchot, who often asks, What are the key insights youll write on Post-it notes and stick to your desk? In this way, we distill weeks of design research and projec
Package management, dependency management, configuration management, and who knows how many other forms of management exist when it comes to computing systems. We have managers for managers for operators of applications. The roles and responsibilitie
WhileCiviCRMhas undergone major updates and re-organization under the hood since the platform was started in 2005, it's User Interface has largely remained the same. This is all about to change with the introduction of the newShoreditchThemeforCiviCR
Managing your DrupalVM Environment: Vagrant Plugins and SED ScriptsKyle TaylorThursday, January 4, 2018 - 00:00Setting up and running multiple virtual machines can take a lot of time and quickly consume your computer's resources. We have a few tips a
Earlier this year Lullabot was engaged to do a redesign of Pantheons homepage and several landing pages. If youre not familiar with Pantheon, theyre one of the leading hosting companies in the Drupal and WordPress space. The timeline for this project
Kubernetes development has been moving at breakneck speeds for some time. Along with that, much of the development has been happening in a monorepo. It's normal for the project to merge 150 pull requests a week into the monorepo, with peaks much high
Using DrupalVM for Drupal DevelopmentKyle TaylorTuesday, January 2, 2018 - 00:00The Drupal community has updated their developer tools and workflows for building new projects - and so should you. Read more
Drupal 8.6 sees the addition of Node.js based functional browser testing with Nightwatch.js. Nightwatch uses the W3C WebDriver API to perform commands and assertions on browser DOM elements in real-time. Up until now, the core method for testing Java
Now that 2017 is behind us I wanted to take a look at how things went for Helm and the community charts in 2017. When starting a new year I like to look back at the past year to see how things have gone. And, since these projects fall under Kubernete
Based on feedback from clients, we're launching a series of Masterclasses this year. They will provide an opportunity for you to deepen your knowledge and skills in a particular area of CiviCRM. These courses will assume that you have a basic underst
State of Search: Conference RecapFelipa VillegasWednesday, October 11, 2017 - 13:56A 2-day adventure with hundreds of marketers at theState of Search. Read all about the sessions and experience of attending the conference. Read more
Functional programming is all the rage, and for good reason. By introducing type systems, immutable values, and enforcing purityin our functions, to name just a few advantages, we can reduce the complexity of our code while bolstering our confidence
For some time there has been a community managed set of Helm Charts to install applications into Kubernetes. These have been a popular way to get up and going with applications in Kubernetes. These charts have been created and maintained by many in t
In CiviCRMyou can configure a membership to auto-renew, provide the option or not auto-renew. However, this was not used for the self-signup contribution pages. Well, from 4.7.19 it is respected and you can easily create membership contribution pages
Create Smarter, More Effective Content in WordPress (Mini Workshop)Felipa VillegasThursday, October 5, 2017 - 15:15We've ventured into the WordPress world! We took our Intelligence tool and ported it over to a WordPress plugin! Want to see it in acti
At this point, you may have read several DrupalCon retrospectives. You probably know that the best part of DrupalCon is the community aspect. During his keynote, Steve Francia, made sure to highlight how extraordinary the Drupal community is in this
Kubernetes is hard. This is especially true for those new to Kubernetes who want to run their applications on it. Or, even those who are seasoned and still don't know how everything works. There are more people like that than care to admit it. We hav
As of CiviCRM Entity 2.0-beta4 the sub module called CiviCRM Entity Price Set Field provides a Drupal field type for the Event entity type. In this article well review the features of this submodule and discuss how to configure and customize it to fi
Welcome to Our New WebsiteFelipa VillegasTuesday, August 22, 2017 - 00:00We are thrilled to announce the launch of our brand new website! After a couple of weeks of hard work and dedication (even weekends), we are excited to officially announce the l
This article is the second in our series on Continuous Integration tools for Drupal 8, which started with CircleCI. This time, we explore Travis CI. Travis CI is the most well known CI tool for open source projects. It's setup process is straightforw
Reviewing charts, the packages for Kuberentes Helm, is an often manual process. This has been especially true for the community managed charts that operate in a similar model to Debian and Ubuntu packages. When automation was used it was behind gates
Last year in February we started a series of CiviNYC work days. It consists of an event where we work and learn from each other for an afternoon, usually around 4 hours. Here's what it looks like. Not too shabby!!!
Sandra's First Few Months as Project Coordinator with LevelTenSandra RicoWednesday, August 9, 2017 - 11:02 Read about Sandra's first-hand experience as ourproject coordinator. Read more
Every development team has a particular way of working. However, over the years I have noticed that there are a few common practices that, once documented and agreed upon, can help considerably in the teams productivity. This article aims to serve as
Sandra's First Few Months as Project Coordinator with LevelTenSandra RicoWednesday, August 9, 2017 - 11:02Read about Sandra's first-hand experience as ourproject coordinator. Read more
A few months ago, CrashPlan announced that they were terminating service for home users, in favor of small business and enterprise plans. Id been a happy user for many years, but this announcement came along with more than just a significant price in
Intern Chronicles: Jerad's Summer Internship Experience as a DeveloperJerad StewartFriday, August 4, 2017 - 09:50Alright, it has been a few weeks. So, what have I been up to? Well, the first couple weeks were all about Drupal basics and lear
There are many advantages to using SVG for the icons on a website. If youre not familiar with SVG (aka Scalable Vector Graphics) it is an open-standard image format that uses XML to describe graphical images. SVG is great for performance, flexibility
Intern Chronicles: Jerad's Summer Internship Experience as a DeveloperJerad StewartFriday, August 4, 2017 - 09:50 Alright, it has been a few weeks. So, what have I been up to? Well, the first couple weeks were all about Drupal basics and lea
It's official! Eleven Lullabotswill be descending upon Nashville in April to deliver single presentations or provide insights as panelists. Some will even be doing both. If you're heading to Music City, USA for DrupalCon, we hope you will check out t
Intern Chronicles: Anima's Overall Internship Experience as a DeveloperAnima BajracharyaWednesday, August 2, 2017 - 00:00There are a lot of things I learned from my internship with LevelTen Interactive. So much, in fact, it would be long and
As the digital landscape evolves, brands have to continuously give their website users richer experiences to stay competitive. They also have to consider their internal users who create and publish content to ensure their CMS actually does the job it
Intern Chronicles: Anima's Overall Internship Experience as a DeveloperAnima BajracharyaWednesday, August 2, 2017 - 00:00 There are a lot of things I learned from my internship with LevelTen Interactive. So much, in fact, it would be long an
This article is a follow-up for Debugging PHP email with MailHog. It shows an alternative way to set up MailHog, a debugging SMTP server, in a way that does not involve Docker. MailHog is a neat tool that catches outgoing email and presents it via a
Intern Chronicles: Brandon Reid's Summer Internship Experience as a DeveloperBrandon ReidMonday, July 31, 2017 - 10:18 Read our summer intern Brandon's learning experience as a Drupal developer for LevelTen. Read more
These days I am helping Iowa State University with one of their websites. There is a standard subscription system that notifies editors when someone makes changes to content. We are migrating the site to a newer infrastructure so in order to verify t
Intern Chronicles: Brandon Reid's Summer Internship Experience as a DeveloperBrandon ReidMonday, July 31, 2017 - 10:18Read our summer intern Brandon's learning experience as a Drupal developer for LevelTen. Read more
Yesterday, your CTO mandated that all new CMS builds would on Drupal 8 and that all existing CMS platforms would be consolidated to Drupal within the next three years. Great! Time to start prioritizing sites, hiring teams, and planning development an
Choosing the Best CMS for Your Marketing TeamFelipa VillegasWednesday, July 26, 2017 - 10:09 Before you begin your project to redesigning or migrating a website, know what to look for in a CMS (content management system). Read this article to help yo