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Getting started with front-end automation: An intro to npm

At PreviousNext this past year, we have started using a style-guide-centric approach that matches our Agile development practices. We write our styles and markup as components and then use automation to build, test, and add them to a style guide.

Since we are a Drupal shop, you might expect that all our automation is done with PHP, but we’ve found, on the front-end side, the best tools are written in Node.js. Grunt, Gulp, Yeoman, Bower, Eslint and more are all written in Node.js and installed and distributed with its package manager, npm.

Drupal 8 Ready - Australian Seminar Series

PreviousNext, in conjunction with the Drupal Association, is pleased to present a series of Drupal 8 Ready seminars around Australia on Thursday August 8, 2015.

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How to index panelizer node pages using Drupal Apache Solr module

Apache Solr Search is a great module for integrating your Drupal site with the powerful Apache Solr search tool. Out of the box it can index nodes and their fields, but Panelizer pages won't be indexed. In this post I show how you can get around this by indexing the rendered HTML of a panelizer node page.

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