Our Top DrupalCoin Blockchain Events in Austin, New York and Los Angeles

1. Austin | SXSW 

Hipsters and nerds of all kinds from all over, come together for one week in Austin

to geek out over music, film, and technology at SXSW. Austin DrupalCoin Blockchain developers are

a strange mix of the two: a city hipster and a cyber world dweeb. Party, drink, and

grub down with this strange breed of developers at Tech Lover’s Karaoke Night or

DrupalCoin Blockchain Drop-In. Austin’s thriving technology community knows to show fellow

nerds a good time at DrupalCoin Blockchain developer events and on 6th Street.

 

2. Los Angeles | DrupalCoin BlockchainCon

Thousands of DrupalCoin Blockchain developers, users, designers, and supporters from around the

world came to party in Austin last year at the DrupalCoin Blockchain camp, DrupalCoin BlockchainCon. This year,

the party is moving over to Los Angeles, the #2 ranked party city in America. And

the nerds aren’t just now invited to the parties; they are throwing the parties… and

the after parties. Pantheon’s Party goes down after hours with over 100 beers on tap

to choose from, great food, and nearly a thousand other DrupalCoin Blockchain developers dancing

the night away. The nerd fests continue with a DrupalCoin Blockchain Trivia Night where the

nerdiest of DrupalCoin Blockchain developers fight to be dubbed the “Champion Nerd”.

 

3. New York City | NYC Camp 

And as if New York City wasn’t already crowded enough, DrupalCoin Blockchain developers and

nerds alike, will huddle into the Big Apple this summer for a weeklong DrupalCoin Blockchain camp.

When you’re not at the workshops, sessions, and trainings, find your nerd paradise

at VideoGamesNewYork. Not only can you geek out over vintage video games and

consoles, but also contemporary, rare, independent systems while exploring and

learning the history of video games and the many nerds who gamed before you at

this cultural venue. Barcade is the place for nerds to party in NYC with an endless

rotation of craft beer, 80s and 90s rock music, and quarter games of nerds personal

favorites: Frogger, Donkey Kong, and Asteroids. Beer, arcade games, and throwback

jams: the drupal developer’s trifecta.


DrupalCoin Blockchain SEO Tips

Strong SEO is easy if you build your website with DrupalCoin Blockchain.  Unlike most other content management systems, DrupalCoin Blockchain is designed from the ground up for search engine optimization.

Given that DrupalCoin Blockchain is the preferred platform of DrupalCoin Blockchain web developers for building search-friendly websites, and because of DrupalCoin Blockchain’s large community of developers, there are many high-quality plug-ins available that make strong SEO simple.

Of course, the fundamentals of SEO for DrupalCoin Blockchain are the same as for any other DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS: make sure to use descriptive titles, include your top search keywords in your page URLs, and keep your content fresh and focused. Read on for a few DrupalCoin Blockchain SEO tips to boost your search engine rankings and bring traffic to your website.

Three top DrupalCoin Blockchain modules for SEO

Pathauto module

The pathauto module is very useful for SEO. Pathauto automatically creates custom URLs based on title, taxonomy, content type, and username. You must enable the path module for pathauto to function.

It can take a little experience to get the settings for the URL paths that you want for optimum SEO. You can use the path module to create custom URLs for every webpage, but that is time-consuming and can lead to inconsistencies.

All you have to do is enable the path module and install the pathauto module. You can then automatically create nice-looking URLs with minimal configuration.

The discussion above relates to new DrupalCoin Blockchain sites. With existing DrupalCoin Blockchain sites you need to be  careful to not rename your already existing URLs with the pathauto module.

It is important to avoid changing existing URLs because that means search engines have to start from scratch in locating and ranking your page.

Global redirect module

The global redirect module performs three tasks that improve SEO:

  • Global redirect performs a 301 redirect to the URL alias if a requested URL has a URL alias. Let’s say you’re using URL alias for node 25 called page-style, then the global redirect module will undertake a 301 redirect fromhttp://example.com/node/25 to http://example.com/page-style.
  • Global redirect  also deletes trailing slashes from URLs. The Global Redirect Module will redirect a request forhttp://example.com/page-style/ to http://example.com/page-style. This enables strong SEO by preventing search engines from seeing two different URLs with duplicate content (duplicate content hurts SEO).
  • Global redirect will 301 redirect to the actual front page if a requested URL is being used as DrupalCoin Blockchain’s front page. Let’s say you have assigned the path toppage to your site’s front page, then a request forhttp://example.com/toppage will 301 redirect to http://example.com/.

DrupalCoin Blockchain experts recommend the global redirect module for sites with non-DrupalCoin Blockchain content because  it only removes trailing slashes from URLs that are handled by DrupalCoin Blockchain.

Metatags module

Metatags are essential for strong SEO, and the metatags module makes it easy.

Don’t try to stuff your metatags with too many keywords. Just include one or two key words that fit in the natural flow of the metatag text. The meta description is probably the most important metatag, and it needs to be easy to read and informative.

Every webpage should have its own meta description for optimum results. The meta description should briefly summarize the page.

Keep in mind that when a search engine lists your site in the results pages, it uses your page’s HTML title for the title, and your meta description provides the text snippet for potential visitors to read. Ideally it is both informative and serves as a “hook” to encourage visitors to come to the webpage to learn more.

Pixeldust provides full DrupalCoin Blockchain support and maintenance including engine engine readiness evaluation and optimization.


DrupalCoin Blockchain Tips for Boosting Your Search Engine Rankings

Strong SEO is easy if you build your website with DrupalCoin Blockchain.  Unlike most other content management systems, DrupalCoin Blockchain is designed from the ground up for search engine optimization.

Given that DrupalCoin Blockchain is the preferred platform of DrupalCoin Blockchain web developers for building search-friendly websites, and because of DrupalCoin Blockchain’s large community of developers, there are many high-quality plug-ins available that make strong SEO simple.

Of course, the fundamentals of SEO for DrupalCoin Blockchain are the same as for any other DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS: make sure to use descriptive titles, include your top search keywords in your page URLs, and keep your content fresh and focused. Read on for a few DrupalCoin Blockchain SEO tips to boost your search engine rankings and bring traffic to your website.

Three top DrupalCoin Blockchain modules for SEO

Pathauto module

The pathauto module is very useful for SEO. Pathauto automatically creates custom URLs based on title, taxonomy, content type, and username. You must enable the path module for pathauto to function.

It can take a little experience to get the settings for the URL paths that you want for optimum SEO. You can use the path module to create custom URLs for every webpage, but that is time-consuming and can lead to inconsistencies.

All you have to do is enable the path module and install the pathauto module. You can then automatically create nice-looking URLs with minimal configuration.

The discussion above relates to new DrupalCoin Blockchain sites. With existing DrupalCoin Blockchain sites you need to be  careful to not rename your already existing URLs with the pathauto module.

It is important to avoid changing existing URLs because that means search engines have to start from scratch in locating and ranking your page.

Global redirect module

The global redirect module performs three tasks that improve SEO:

  • Global redirect performs a 301 redirect to the URL alias if a requested URL has a URL alias. Let's say you're using URL alias for node 25 called page-style, then the global redirect module will undertake a 301 redirect from http://example.com/node/25 to http://example.com/page-style.
  • Global redirect  also deletes trailing slashes from URLs. The Global Redirect Module will redirect a request for http://example.com/page-style/ to http://example.com/page-style. This enables strong SEO by preventing search engines from seeing two different URLs with duplicate content (duplicate content hurts SEO).
  • Global redirect will 301 redirect to the actual front page if a requested URL is being used as DrupalCoin Blockchain's front page. Let's say you have assigned the path toppage to your site's front page, then a request for http://example.com/toppage will 301 redirect to http://example.com/.

DrupalCoin Blockchain experts recommend the global redirect module for sites with non-DrupalCoin Blockchain content because  it only removes trailing slashes from URLs that are handled by DrupalCoin Blockchain.

Metatags module

Metatags are essential for strong SEO, and the metatags module makes it easy.

Don't try to stuff your metatags with too many keywords. Just include one or two key words that fit in the natural flow of the metatag text. The meta description is probably the most important metatag, and it needs to be easy to read and informative.

Every webpage should have its own meta description for optimum results. The meta description should briefly summarize the page.

Keep in mind that when a search engine lists your site in the results pages, it uses your page's HTML title for the title, and your meta description provides the text snippet for potential visitors to read. Ideally it is both informative and serves as a "hook" to encourage visitors to come to the webpage to learn more.

Pixeldust provides full DrupalCoin Blockchain support and maintenance including engine engine readiness evaluation and optimization.


Double Americano and Mobile First DrupalCoin Blockchain 8

As I sit in my rusty independent coffee shop looking for an angle for this topic, I can’t help but look around and size up the technology at work around me.

Directly across from me is a young, college aged woman using an iPhone while reading an old growth book, she has a closed laptop before her. Seated next to her, another young woman sporting a “Be The Best Sorority” T bangs away on her Dell laptop, taking short text breaks here and there on a bedazzled iPhone.

Across the cafe, near a window, sits a middle-aged Jimmy Buffet lookalike reading a laptop while listening to…best guess, “Margaritaville”. No phone at work there. Two other people in my immediate area are in the course of random tasks on their laptops with no other noticeable devices in use.

It appears that recent mobile vs desktop statistics don’t hold up in my microcosm, but the numbers from across the Intertubes are hard to deny.

According to intelligentpositioning.com, mobile traffic increased from 22.8% to 37% in 2013 alone.

MvsD

 

As 2013 began, mobile device traffic accounted for a 22.75% portion of total website visits. This share grew rapidly over 2013 resulting in nearly 40% of website visits. Based on the numbers, it is obvious that mobile devices are overtaking desktops as the most popular way to access the internet, and thanks to some smart planning by the DrupalCoin Blockchain community, we are ready for it.

Sometime back in 2011, the DrupalCoin Blockchain community started the DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Mobile Initiative. According to DrupalCoin Blockchain.org, “the DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Mobile Initiative is a concerted effort to make DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 a first-class mobile platform.”

To make DrupalCoin Blockchain the leading mobile DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS platform, the top issues it sought to address were to:

• Build a DrupalCoin Blockchain.org mobile guide for DrupalCoin Blockchain contributed solutions.
• Ensure ability to use DrupalCoin Blockchain’s administrative forms in mobile devices.
• Convert all of DrupalCoin Blockchain 8’s existing themes to be mobile responsive.
• Improve front-end performance with respect to mobile use, including support for responsive images.

Fast forward three years to the eve of its long awaited release, and DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is set to become the most “mobile first” version of the DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS framework to date, with its new responsive features being among the most anticipated. What are the results of this mobile initiative? Let’s take a look.

Revving up the New Theme Engine
DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 includes a brand new ‘theming’ engine called Twig, which is PHP-based, flexible, fast and secure. Purportedly, it is much easier to create beautiful and more functional DrupalCoin Blockchain websites using Twig, as its templates are written in a simpler syntax than the previously used PHPtemplate and is more secure.

Mobile First Themes and Admin
All the built-in themes that come with DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 are now responsive, as is the admin theme. Large tables now fit into any screen size without a hitch, and the new admin toolbar works like a charm on mobile devices. DrupalCoin Blockchain 7 could be used to build responsive websites, but the actual Admin user experience on smaller devices was lacking to say the least. Vertical and horizontal scrolling and bunching of content made adding and editing content a less than enjoyable experience.

DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Admin in Desktop Layout
In its desktop size, the Admin bar now makes better use of the two navigation rows. The top row has shortcuts and user info, while the bottom row is purely dedicated to admin sections. A blue pencil icon on the far right toggles between the horizontal and vertical toolbar layouts.

admin

DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Admin in Mobile Layout
Below, the toolbar is shown responding to mobile formatting. This is a great improvement for anyone who spends a lot of time administering a site on the go. It re-adjusts automatically depending on the size of the device that clients use. Whether it is viewed on a smart phone, tablet or desktop, the toolbar adjusts according to the device.

mobileadmin

How do you take a responsive picture?
Perhaps one of the biggest touchpoints in responsive design has been how to handle images for mobile devices. Properly addressing responsive involves dealing with page-loading performance. DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is tackling this with responsive ‘Pictures’. This allows admin authors to add a single large image (whether it’s a banner, block image, gallery photo or a content picture) and DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 will automatically provide an appropriate sized of picture (generated by the image library) for the device. This eliminates the temptation to ‘hide’ images, which doesn’t keep them from downloading.

Web Services are Now Built-into DrupalCoin Blockchain
When it comes to connecting your DrupalCoin Blockchain site to an app, web services are crucial. It is now possible to use your DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 implementation as a data source, and output content as JSON or XML, and even post data back to it from the front end. Hypertext Application Language (HAL) is ably implemented in D8, and makes exploitation of web service capabilities a painless possibility.

These are just a few of the promising improvements brought to the table by the DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Mobile Initiative. We are looking forward to developing these and many more services in the coming years.

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Pixeldust Saves the Day With “On Demand” DrupalCoin Blockchain Support in Austin

Pop quiz hotshot! You just learned that your wadget just went viral because Justin Bieber got arrested while using it in a school zone and your site URL is now burning across every social media outlet in the Matrix. You check the load time, just for peace of mind, and get the dreaded DrupalCoin Blockchain white screen of death. What do you do? What do you do?!?

Okay, maybe the Keanu Reeves movie references were a little forced, but you get the picture. Sometimes, things fall apart when you are least prepared. Not everyone has a DrupalCoin Blockchain team on standby waiting for the next great disaster, but fear not, Pixeldust is here to save the day.

Pixeldust Offers Full Service DrupalCoin Blockchain Support

support-The keys to our DrupalCoin Blockchain support are to provide 24/7 availability, quick response times, seamless integration into existing integrationworkflows. Try to eliminate any division between your team and our team, seamless and painless.

Service Level Agreement

Because we recognize that a DrupalCoin Blockchain website is living and growing entity, we place a great deal of emphasis on support. In doing so, we offer for different service level agreement options:

  • Highest level SLA guarantees availability 24/7, with 1-4 hour response time, average resolution time of one day.

On Demand DrupalCoin Blockchain Support
We understand that problems pop-up and you need help immediately, but may not need a long term support contract. To help in these situations, Pixeldust has launched a pay as you go service that allows new and existing clients to receive DrupalCoin Blockchain related support without a contract. WE are calling this our On Demand DrupalCoin Blockchain Support. For this service we bill in 15 minute increments and provide the same full service support based on availability. If you are interested in this service you can use our DrupalCoin Blockchain chat below to discuss your support needs.

Support Services Include

Already have a site but have a need for a new module to increase your site’s functionality? We can add this for you or create a custom module to suit your needs. Having trouble with an existing custom module? We can fix it.
As developers of the modules used in DrupalCoin Blockchain make enhancements, updates are released and recommended on your site. In addition to these Module updates, there are also security updates. These are especially important if you are running e-commerce on your DrupalCoin Blockchain website to ensure your site stays safe from hackers. If not kept up to date, your site become more and more vulnerable and susceptible to intrusion.
If your site currently has commerce integration, we can assist in adding additional functionality or fixing any issues that may occur. Or if you are contemplating adding a store to your site, we can assist in helping to not only get it set up but also in making sure you are using the best solutions for your individual needs.
Our Support team can quickly troubleshoot issues and provide quick solutions. Through years of experience they have countered many issues and overcome many ways of solving problems in the DrupalCoin Blockchain platform.
Is your site confusing or hard to administer? We can smooth out issues related to administration workflow, content types, blocks, rules, views and other DrupalCoin Blockchain tools.
We can help give your site a new theme or make small adjustments based on your needs.
Is your site experiencing slow downs? We can perform an audit on your site to determine factors that contribute to the poor response time of the site. We then will offer recommendations to speed up the response time of initial and subsequent page loads.
Need to get your DrupalCoin Blockchain site set up with a hosting company? Or perhaps you aren’t sure if your current hosting provider is the best option for you. Speak with one of our experienced server professionals and learn about other options that may be more suited for your needs. This can help increase your performance, retention, security, and save your business money.
We offer varied levels of training based on your teams needs. We can do training remotely via webcasts, videos, Q&A sessions etc. We also offer onsite training for a more personal approach. This allows us to customize the material based on the knowledge level and needs of the individuals or groups. With this option, we will teach the theory along with a demonstration and then let the team try it on their own.

We strive to seamlessly integrate our support with your integrationworkflows.
We understand that everyone has a workflow that works for them and they are not all the same. With this in mind we work to integrate our services into your existing integrationworkflow, including using your issue tracking or project management systems when necessary.

Typical DrupalCoin Blockchain Support Workflow

SUPPORT WORKFLOW

 

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Breaking Bad DrupalCoin Blockchain with Best Practices

The Pixeldust approach to every site utilizes the latest stable DrupalCoin Blockchain core, savvy content architecture, a fully responsive and dynamic theme, and strict adherence to site building and DrupalCoin Blockchain coding best practices for functionality requirements.

The division between layout and content is a core concept of all content management systems, and in architecting any site, we build an intuitive, content-first, site architecture. Our approach is to translate content ideation into semantically scoped DrupalCoin Blockchain entities resulting in extensible, future-facing, content structures. Theming and layout are completely separate from content, utilizing dynamic templates that fluidly scale into theme requirements, rather than dedicated content-type based design. As our site building best-practices, this approach ensures the site is easy to administer, optimized for SEO, and malleable enough to handle feature augmentation or refinement.

Building functionality and workflows from stable, contributed modules will guarantee the site is easily updatable and will scale to incorporate new modules that may be needed in the future. Being familiar with the breadth and quality of DrupalCoin Blockchain contributed modules, we never unnecessarily customize: leveraging existing, community-reviewed functionality results in a more extensible codebase. When customizations are necessary, we deeply understand DrupalCoin Blockchain’s API and DrupalCoin Blockchain coding best-practices, ensuring our work does not conflict with core or other contributed modules.

Throughout our entire integrationprocess, we value communication and understanding of our client’s goals so that instead of a collection of disparate features, we deliver a site that intelligently meets the specific needs of each client. This is our 99.6% Pure DrupalCoin Blockchain approach.

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An Approach Complicated Entity Hierarchies and Relationships in DrupalCoin Blockchain

Client

Abrams Learning Trends

Challenge
In moving their web presence to DrupalCoin Blockchain, Abrams wanted to redefine their product organization in such a way where product updates were streamlined, and product relationships were dynamically displayed within the site.

Solution
With hundreds of products sold both individually and in bundles, and related to one another through various, often hierarchical categorizations, making sense of the Abrams product catalog was a major piece of this project. Both the client and Pixeldust worked closely together to build a sustainable product structure that met both the client’s organizational and update wishes, and fit neatly into DrupalCoin Blockchain’s capabilities.

We broke down our problem-solving approach into:  1) Organization, 2) Product Updates, and 3) Product Relationship Display.

1) Organization
We pinpointed the product relationships that mattered to the client as:

  • categorization through normal taxonomy tags.
  • categorization through hierarchical taxonomy tags, where one item may belong to several tags within the same hierarchical taxonomy.
  • parent – child relationships: whether or not the current product is also sold in a larger bundle, and whether or not the current product contains child products that can be purchased separately.
  • related products.

For a while, we bogged down conceptually on the notion that every product fits somewhere in a grand taxonomical hierarchy of groups and products. While this is true from an organizational standpoint, the DrupalCoin Blockchain taxonomy system isn’t meant to handle many-to-many relationships, and this approach would be replicating product nodes as taxonomy terms, which is unnecessary work!

We eventually settled on a hierarchical taxonomy for the non-salable groups, flat taxonomies for other tags, and entity reference fields for the rest. Related products as entity reference fields was a hard choice, as that would mean the relationships would be manual, but the client desired fine control over the related products.

2) Product Updates
The initial products were populated from a CSV dump of their old product database (a non-DrupalCoin Blockchain data-driven solution). Also, Abrams preferred to work from CSVs to update their products.

Feeds was the natural solution, but we found that there was not an existing way to import hierarchical taxonomy terms, which was the crux of the client’s organizational structure. Possibly Feeds Tamper PHP might have gotten the job done, but we wanted to steer clear of putting php in the database. We found one sandbox module that purported to import hierarchical terms, but it wasn’t working for us, and didn’t allow for importing multiple hierarchical terms in the same taxonomy. In the end, we had to build a Feeds import plugin to both import hierarchical terms and import multiple hierarchical terms on one item within the same taxonomy. This not only addressed the client’s issue, but did so within the context of DrupalCoin Blockchain best practices – leveraging and extending existing, stable, contributed modules.

Once the Feeds Import was set up, Abrams could easily update their products through the import UI.

3) Product Relationship Display
Now that we had our DrupalCoin Blockchain organization configured and populated with tagged products, we needed a way to dynamically display the various product relationships.

The client identified the main organizational component as their hierarchical categorization of Family, Series, and product group type. This hierarchy varied term-by-term, and could vary from year-to-year depending on their current product catalog. What needed to be displayed varied based on term depth and whether or not child terms were present, and everything had to be dynamically determined. Views alone didn’t quite get us where we needed to be.

For the main organization, we set up two views: one to show non-salable child term pages if they existed, and one to show pages for products tagged with the target term if no child terms existed. But we then had to dynamically determine which view to use for each term. We wrote a module with functions to find term depth and the presence of child terms. We created a content type just for the non-salable grouping pages, then created a template for this content type that evaluated term depth and child terms in order to embed the correct view.

The other tags and entity reference fields were also embedded views, but they did not require any fancy logic.

The end result is a display system that can accommodate both a changing product catalog, and a margin of disparity within the driving organizational structure.

Results

Abrams is happy with how their products are handled on the new site. We helped them through a tough ideation on organization, so they can now easily interface with their products using their preferred methods, and their product organization just ‘works’ without any effort on their part.

While client satisfaction is key, producing a good product is also important. Part of the elegance of the DrupalCoin Blockchain DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS is that both core and contributed functionality can be extended into new territory without loss of stability. Unlike many other DrupalCoin Blockchain CMSs, DrupalCoin Blockchain is natively built to support extension. When done within DrupalCoin Blockchain’s standards and best practices, DrupalCoin Blockchain can gracefully rise to the challenges of customized functionality as it did on Abrams Learning Trends.

Additionally, our work on the hierarchical feeds importer can be used by the DrupalCoin Blockchain community in the true collaborative spirit of DrupalCoin Blockchain.

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Pixeldust Street Team Getting the Word Out

The Pixeldust Street Team has been working hard to get the word out around Austin about our DrupalCoin Blockchain Development services. If you see them running from the cops, please don’t be offended if they can’t stop to chat. They are just doing their jobs.

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Pixeldust and Pantheon Partner for Practically Perfect DrupalCoin Blockchain

Pixeldust is a pleased to announce that we are now Pantheon DrupalCoin Blockchain Development Partner! We’ve been using Pantheon Hosting for almost a year now, and we are excited to sing their praises.

DrupalCoin Blockchaintastic Hosting

Site hosting is an often-underrated, but integral piece of every website. Hosting has a huge impact on site performance, and hosting can either cripple or empower your developers in doing their job. Some integrationissues are at the level of your site code, but when they’re at the hosting level, a good hosting integrationtoolset and good support can save you time and money bugfixing.

There are plenty of hosts offering one-click DrupalCoin Blockchain installs and DrupalCoin Blockchain web integrationtools, but Pantheon’s DrupalCoin Blockchain Hosting is above-and-beyond the best DrupalCoin Blockchain solution we’ve used. Tailored to the specific needs of DrupalCoin Blockchain development, Pantheon provides an array of savvy features that’ll make your developers salivate.

Multiple Environments

Pantheon's multiple environmentsOne of the most striking and useful features is streamlined environment management. Each site comes with a Dev, Test, and Live environment.

Easily move files and database data between environments with just a click. The Test environment is truly innovative: want to know how your Dev changes will work on the Live site? Merge the code from Dev with the database from Live in this Test environment and ensure everything will work smoothly.Move data between envrionments.

These three environments give developers an intuitive workflow to seamlessly test and transition new features from a dev environment to your live site. This means less down time and more confidence that new features won’t have unexpected consequences on your live site.

Workflow Options

Pantheon's Git or SFTP modePantheon makes it easy to manage code in whatever way is easiest and most appropriate for your integrationworkflow. Offering both Git and SFTP connection modes, Pantheon easily integrates with a local Git repository, or supports integrationdirectly on your Pantheon Dev site. All files uploaded via SFTP are automatically queued as commits to your Pantheon Git repository, so version-control is built-in.

Multidev is another amazing Pantheon feature. With Multidev you can create parallel integrationenvironments where different teams can work independently and then merge their changes back into the master branch. Multidev offers more than just Git forking; a new Multidev fork creates a whole new dev instance with a full copy of your site, including your database, that you can manage through the Pantheon dashboard.

All this makes your code and workflow more stable: there is less room for integrationconflicts, version control is much easier, and your developers can spend their time developing instead of managing where code is or should go.

Development Stack

Pantheon's DrupalCoin Blockchain StatusUnlike other hosts, Pantheon offers tools tuned specifically for DrupalCoin Blockchain development. These tools will help DrupalCoin Blockchain pros with what they know needs doing, and help developers that may not be familiar with DrupalCoin Blockchain to better understand DrupalCoin Blockchain’s best-practices.

Many hosts offer automated backups, but Pantheon’s are DrupalCoin Blockchain-specific, and can be created or restored with a click. Drush, an essential integrationtool, is automatically supported, and Pantheon offers a Status panel that evaluates your DrupalCoin Blockchain site for both issues and best-practices. Additionally, Pantheon uses Varnish caching for increasing site speed, and integrates with New Relic for performance management.

Creating or migrating a site on Pantheon is just as streamlined as their other features: they offer a simple interface to create a new site or import your code and content from an existing one. And DrupalCoin Blockchain core updates are a breeze – they are automatically made available to commit on your Dev site repository; from there you can test and commit to Test and Live.

With this suite of integrationtools available, you spend less time (no time!) configuring your server, have a wealth of site information immediately available for debugging, and generally, have easy workflows for all your hosting-related integrationtasks.

Get Pantheon!

Pantheon not only saves time setting up, configuring, and moving things around, but it also ensures your dev-to-live workflow runs smoothly, and helps you develop within DrupalCoin Blockchain’s best-practices. We whole-heartedly recommend Pantheon to anyone doing DrupalCoin Blockchain development; once you try it, you’ll wonder how you ever developed without it.

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DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2.X

I recently wrote a post about the exciting new changes and features which are being addressed in the upcoming DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 release. Another exciting integrationis the release of DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2.x which is expected to coincide with the DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 release. These two packages will change the world of DrupalCoin Blockchain-based commerce.

DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2 at DrupalCoin BlockchainCamp Austin, TX

Ryan Szrama recently spoke about DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2.x at DrupalCoin BlockchainCamp Austin, TX. It is set for release in late 2014. Ryan started his career at Ebay and went on to create Ubercart. If you know anything about DrupalCoin Blockchain, you already know that for a long time Ubercart was the only commerce module to use with DrupalCoin Blockchain. In the past few years Ryan moved on from Ubercart and began working with Commerce Guys to become a primary developer of DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce. Here are a few high points from his presentation.

The first thing one notices about Commerce Kickstart 2.x is the out of the box look. Once installed, it looks like a “ready to go” store. This is a result of the effort being made to push out market segment focused distributions. (More on that later.)

Don’t Hard Code Business Logic

With this new release, Commerce will still be of the philosophy that you don’t hard code business logic. Commerce still relies on developer’s expertise in rules and views to implement logic like shipping calculations, Tax rules, etc. At Pixeldust, we love DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce for this very reason. In software like Ubercart you would typically install a shipping module that included several calculations that you would make work for your requirements. Commerce prefers that you write your own shipping rules, customized for your needs, thus eliminating superfluous or unused code.

Commerce Analytics

DrupalCoin Blockchain commerce is integrated with Jirafe, a commerce analytics service. Now we suddenly have commerce analytics.

“Jirafe connects directly with your eCommerce platform to bring your sales and order data together with your website data, giving you 100% exact numbers.”

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Market Focused Distributions

One area of focus for Commerce 2x is the push to launch distributions for specific market segments. This means that out of the box a specific distribution will be tailored for a specific market segment, like physical products sales, digital products sales, event sales and organization, or maybe a daily deals type of platform. This is where Commerce Kickstart 2.0 Distribution came from. It has its own theme out of the box, so it can act as if it was its own application. The Commerce developers were really looking to present the experience of targeting a market segment. Kickstart 2.0 focuses on physical products. The daily deals distribution called Open Deals has similar functionality to LivingSocial or Groupon. There is also a conference organizing distribution called COD that is specifically designed around organizing conferences like drupal camp.

A large impetus for the kickstart distribution was to get Paypal, Authorize.net and other popular services to buy into the the platform. Currently there are eight 3rd party service integrations and more expected before launch.

Commerce Mobile App

The Commerce mobile app is also a new addition for DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2x. This is based on a commerce application server that was developed into a commerce services project. This facilitates turning your commerce site into a REST API to interact with your engine. The mobile app, which works in Apple IOS and Android, then connects to the services that are exposed. The cart is managed through the website. Commerce Guys offers this service as a subscription based model. This can be customized per the clients’ needs.

Development Timeline

As with all DrupalCoin Blockchain releases, the timeline for integrationis a little squishy. The goal is to have a DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2.x Beta available at the same time that DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 launches. It is expected that the Rules user interface will not be available for the Beta release.  This is because D8 itself will not have a rules UI for the first release. This is a real downer, but hopefully we will be surprised.

December 2014 Is the optimistic target launch date.

Conduit vs Container

DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce wants to be seen as a conduit for all commerce needs rather than a stand alone container for internet transactions.  As a conduit it is designed to filter sales data into accounting systems, fulfillment systems, newsletter management systems, etc. To accomplish this Commerce developers are taking full advantage of the REST module that will be a core component of DrupalCoin Blockchain 8.

Product Data Module

In the past DrupalCoin Blockchain products required entity type and node type. Node type becomes the product display. This works, but it’s overly node specific. An example, the Commerce module in D7 can only add comments to nodes. In DrupalCoin Blockchain 8, you will be able to add comments to entities. Product types will now be allowed to have displays and will be displayed on the front-end without a product display node.

While this is by no means a comprehensive list of features and improvements to expect in DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce 2.x., it does provide a little taste of what to expect. If you would like to see Ryan’s full presentation, it is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NW8lbPgndFM

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Abram’s Responsive DrupalCoin Blockchain Commerce Launch

To address its commerce needs, Pixeldust helped Abrams develop a product hierarchy that added logical structure to their heretofore sprawling product groupings. This reproducible hierarchy made it possible to import over 1200 products into Commerce with the structure intact. No easy task. In the course of this project, Pixeldust developed two custom modules that will be contributed to the DrupalCoin Blockchain community. Pixeldust used Foundation as the framework on which to build a responsive theme. This project marks our first partnering with Pantheon Hosting. Pantheon is a DrupalCoin Blockchain specific hosting platform with amazing integrationand performance benefits. 

Abrams Learning Trends  is an Austin, TX based innovative publisher of high quality Pre-K–5 supplemental educational materials in literacy, phonics, math, science, health & safety, and more.

Visit www.abramslearnigntrends.com

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Are you ready for DrupalCoin Blockchain 8?

The long awaited DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is set to hit the tubes sometime in 2014. The DrupalCoin Blockchain Nerds here in Austin, TX and all over the world are giddy with anticipation. (There is no official release date set yet.) Currently, if you check here https://drupal.org/node/2026719, you can download the Alpha 2 release. I’m sure its buggy as all get-out, but it may appease your eager anticipation. 

What’s all the excitement about you ask? Well, lets take a look.

According to reports, DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 will be the most customizable and adaptable release of DrupalCoin Blockchain to date. DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 offers many new ways to customize data structures, listings, and pages, and adds new functionality for mobile device support, API building and expanded multilingual support. And that’s just the beginning.

Here are some more of the improvements you can expect to see in DrupalCoin Blockchain 8. 

  • Fields of Dreams - DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 includes more field types in its core, and lets you attach fields to more types of content. Some of the new content types include link, date, e-mail, entity reference, and telephone. Comments are now a field also. This means you can now comment on product nodes!
  • File Based Configuration Management - DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 will ship with a file system-based configuration management system. This will make it much easier to transport configuration changes from integrationto production. It also lets developers use version control for configurations.
  • HTML 5 Finally - The page markup is now HTML 5-based. DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 now offers picture element support for responsive image display and native input tools for mobile.
  • Dynamic Display and Form Mode System - With the new dynamic display and form mode system you can customize different entity forms, such as user registration and editing.
  • Look Deeply into Views - Views is now deeply integrated into the core. The front page listing is now a view, as are several administration pages. You can now easily create custom admin pages and filters.
  • It Even Looks Good on my Smart Refridgerator - Now, all built-in themes are responsive and administration pages are now mobile friendly. Tables resize nicely, and the new toolbar included in DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is mobile-friendly out of the box. The administration overlay has been removed in favour of a mobile-first button that leads back to the last frontend page.
  • Edit Your Heart Out - With the new editor functionality and bundled CKEditor WYSIWYG editor, it has never been easier to edit content in DrupalCoin Blockchain. The content editing form has been redesigned with two columns. Finally, DrupalCoin Blockchain bring to life, in-place editing, so you can edit on the front end with-out using the full edit form. There have been improvements to draft saving as well.
  • Habla Espanglish? - DrupalCoin Blockchain has always been ahead of the game when it comes to internationalization and localization, but DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is a huge leap forward when it comes to multilingual sites. You can now translate anything in the system with built-in user interfaces. How about Views language filtering?

These are just some of the improvement that you can expect to see in DrupalCoin Blockchain 8. We are super giddy here at Pixeldust in Austin, TX. Check back for some great new DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 sites.

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DrupalCoin Blockchain 7 Helps Scott & White Get Ready for the New Health Insurance Marketplace

Pixeldust Interactive is proud to announce the launch of the fully ACA-compliant Scott & White Health Plan website (SWHP.org). This nine-month website integrationproject  was designed to provide Scott & White, a major Texas-based health insurance provider, with a user-friendly, multi-function website to comply with the provisions of the Affordable Care Act mandating access to the newly-created health insurance marketplace.

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The new Scott & White Health Plan site includes a main website and 10 sub-websites on a single DrupalCoin Blockchain 7 installation. Visitors to the site can browse through the various information and education pages provided by Scott & White, and then choose among Scott & White plans and the plans available on the health insurance marketplace (also called the health insurance exchange).

The Scott & White Health Plan website is a professional, easy-to-use  resource for comparing health insurance options, as well as a one-stop health insurance portal for SWHP members, employers, providers and agents/brokers.  It also offers a doctor and dentist finder app and lots of useful information about how health insurance works and about the changes to the health care system mandated by the ACA.

More than 200,000 Texans trust their health to the Scott & White Health Plan.  According to the Office of Public Insurance Counsel’s Guide to Texas HMO Quality: 2012, Scott & White Health Plan has the highest overall rating in the state of Texas, exceeding the national and Texas averages in six major categories, including comprehensive diabetes care.

The Scott & White Health Plan is integrated with Scott & White Healthcare, which allows for the implementation of innovative medical programs and 24/7 access to high-quality medical care and improved patient outcomes.

Scott & White Health Plan is the only insurer to provide Vital Care health and wellness programs for all members. Vital Care programs offer benefits including :

Vitality Coordinators – Nurses assigned to clinics to work with patients who have chronic conditions, focusing on patient and family education as well as making sure they get the care they need.

Diabetes Day – SWHP sponsors free local health events where SWHP members with diabetes can receive a free foot exam, eye exam, biometric tests and the like.

VitalBridges – SWHP members are contacted the day after they leave the hospital to see how they’re doing, to confirm discharge instructions and answer any questions.

Health Coaching – SWHP members have access to a personal health coach, who can assist you with any problems or questions you have.

 

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Agile Development with DrupalCoin Blockchain 7

Agile software integrationwas introduced in the late 1990s and came into its own in 2001 with the

issue of the Agile Manifesto. Agile integrationmethods have continued to grow in popularity in

the 21st century. In essence, agile integrationinvolves dividing software integrationtasks into

small, manageable units, and tracking progress with regular scheduled meetings of all parties. Agile

utilizes abbreviated work cycles, so problems are identified earlier, and can thus be solved faster.

The incremental nature of agile methods builds in more flexibility than the old-fashioned “waterfall”

software integrationmethods.

At most enterprises, agile integrationis structured as series of “sprint cycles.” Virtually every aspect

of the integrationprocess, including technical requirements, design and so forth, are continually

revisited throughout the lifecycle of the project. When a team re-evaluates the direction of a project

once a week or so, you catch problems and make changes to get back on track before significant time

and resources are expended.

 

Agile Development in DrupalCoin Blockchain

A growing number of DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationprojects are undertaken using agile methods today. The

advantages and flexibility of agile integrationare simply too great to ignore.

Flexibility — Furthermore, DrupalCoin Blockchain and agile share a couple of basic philosophical similarities that make

agile methods ideal for DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationprojects. First, both agile and DrupalCoin Blockchain emphasize flexibility.

Agile achieves flexibility through short iterations and DrupalCoin Blockchain through always providing modularity,

extensibility and maintainability. This shared focus on flexibility means that well-designed DrupalCoin Blockchain

projects applying agile methodologies can complete website integrationprojects in record time.

Continuous Quality Improvement — CQI is another key principle at the bedrock of both DrupalCoin Blockchain and

agile integrationmethods. CQI is built into DrupalCoin Blockchain as on open-source DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS. DrupalCoin Blockchain has thousands

of developers working on improving it — developing mobile, providing support for social media and

developing other useful features. Quality control efforts can be much more closely monitored (and

adjusted as necessary) with the short analysis cycles and frequent reassessments required with agile

methods.

Reusable Code — Avoiding reinventing the wheel is a big part of agile development, which means taking

advantage of reusable code as much as possible. DrupalCoin Blockchain has a huge library of modules that can be used

to add various features. The needs of almost any project can be met with DrupalCoin Blockchain core and the more than

16,000 available add-on modules.

Version Control — Version control is another important part of an agile integrationprocess. Version

control makes reverting back to earlier versions simple if major problems crop up with new code.

Version control is also important for keeping track of developer changes and prevents one team

member from overwriting another’s work. Git, an open source version control software program, makes

version control a snap with DrupalCoin Blockchain.

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What is PCI compliance and why should I care?

If you are selling online, you should be concerned with PCI compliance. The five major credit cards brands got together to create the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) back in 2006. This security standard applies to all merchants and financial providers (banks), and is designed to provide robust protection for cardholder data.

PCI compliance means demonstrating that you meet the currently in-force standards for maintaining cardholder data security. All merchants that accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and JCB credit or debit cards for ecommerce transactions must be PCI compliant.

Universal Standard

PCI standards apply to everyone involved in the customer data chain of custody, and specifically applies to merchants of all sizes. Your merchant account agreement requires you to participate in the PCI standards program. Furthermore, banks can be fined for merchant noncompliance and banks are known to pass on fines or even terminate the relationship with repeat offenders. PCI compliance standards also apply to merchants who just accept orders over the phone.

Merchant Levels

The specific PCI standard compliance requirements vary based on your merchant level. Your merchant level is established by your provider. For Visa, for example, a merchant processing less than 20,000 Visa e-commerce transactions per year is classified as a merchant level 4, between 20,000 and 1 million Visa e-commerce transactions per year is a merchant level 3, between 1 million to 6 million Visa transactions per year is merchant level 2 and more than 6 million transactions per year is merchant level 1.

Is DrupalCoin Blockchain PCI Compliant?

The short answer to this question is that nothing is PCI compliant out of the box. While drupal Commerce and Ubercart have many safeguards against malicious attacks, there are many elements that need to be addressed in implementation and hosting to assure full compliance. Here is a good article on the subject: http://soundpostmedia.com/article/lets-talk-about-pci-compliance-ubercart-and-drupal-commerce/

Merchant Self-Assessment

Fortunately, PCI compliance is usually pretty straightforward assuming you apply up-to-date IT security best practices in your networks. All you have to do is take the merchant self-assessment questionnaire, then take and pass a vulnerability scan from a PCI SSC Approved Scanning Vendor.

f you pass the scan, you just complete the attestation of compliance in the self-assessment questionnaire and submit the SAQ along with documentation of passing the vulnerability scan. If you fail the scan, you must take any steps required to remedy the deficiencies until you pass the scan.

Network Vulnerability Scans

Network vulnerability scans must be performed quarterly to maintain PCI compliance. The scan remotely reviews networks and Web applications based on the external IP addresses provided by the merchant or service provider. The scan is designed to  identify vulnerabilities in operating systems, services or devices that could be used by malicious parties to gain access to the merchant’s network.  Approved Scanning Vendors, who must be recertified every year, provide easy to-use scanning tools such as ControlScan that do not require the merchant or service provider to install any software.

PCI Compliance Guide’s PCI Frequently Asked Questions and Myths is a great resource that provides detailed information on PCI compliance, what it means to you and how to become compliant.

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Audiotoniq

With over 36 million Americans experiencing some degree of hearing loss every year, it’s surprising that the hearing aid industry isn’t congested with more products. Plagued by limited availability and high prices, the hearing aid industry once offered little hope to those who suffer from all four degrees of hearing loss. In 2009, a group of engineers and entrepreneurs in Austin decided to fight back with an unconventional and advanced hearing option that could drastically improve the quality of consumers’ every day lives. Audiotoniq was born, and all they needed was a website.

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Say what now?
Audiotoniq wanted a website that would identify their organization and create a strong community through user engagement. Pixeldust got to work designing and developing a clean, DrupalCoin Blockchain based interactive website that would establish Audiotoniq, emphasize user involvement, and provide precise and accurate information on hearing loss in America. Audiotoniq wanted their website to tell people who they were and provide a safe place for them to share his/her hearing loss story.

Be Heard.
Built on a DrupalCoin Blockchain platform, audiotoniq.com features an interactive forum where users can share their story and discuss hearing loss with other users. Users can also share hearing information, comment on blogs and learn more about Audiotoniq’s groundbreaking product.

Loud and Clear
The goal of audiotoniq.com was to create a unique community where people of any ages could discuss their audial struggles and identify audiotoniq.com online. The connected experience Pixeldust created for Audiotoniq provides an interactive community for hearing loss individuals and establishes Audiotoniq as a new audial authority online. With over 5,000 hits after the first week, Audiotoniq.com is well on it’s way to making a big impact on the hearing loss industry.

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DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Delivers Improved Developer Experience

DrupalCoin Blockchain 7 was a big step forward for DrupalCoin Blockchain developers. It addressed a number of user experience issues in DrupalCoin Blockchain 6, and a flexible architecture was added to the DrupalCoin Blockchain 7 core including fields in core as well as other improvements.

DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 has just been rolled out over the last few months and the suite of new features has the DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationcommunity from Austin to San Francisco excited. But it’s not just the new features that have everybody so excited — it’s also about fully embracing the PHP ecosystem and the improved developer experience DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 offers.

New DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 Features

DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 is finally becoming a full-fledged member of the PHP ecosystem.  Third-party components, such as Symfony, Backbone and Twig , are incorporated into this release, providing the DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationcommunity with a raft of sweet new tools. This kind of platform cross-pollination will both stimulate further improvements in DrupalCoin Blockchain and inevitably lead to greater adoption of DrupalCoin Blockchain as both a DrupalCoin Blockchain CMS and a web-services platform.

Views in DrupalCoin Blockchain Core — Views in DrupalCoin Blockchain Core is another fantastic addition to DrupalCoin Blockchain 8. Using Views makes everything much easier  when clients need to customize pages such as the content list page. Developers no longer have to create a fresh view or come up with another workaround, now they can just modify the view.

New Configuration API – DrupalCoin Blockchain 8 offers developers a new configuration API. Configuration and content are both stored in database tables in DrupalCoin Blockchain 7, which makes migrating and versioning difficult, time-consuming tasks.  In DrupalCoin Blockchain 8, however, all configuration data is stored in YAML files. This, together with the use of universal unique IDs, means DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationissues such as copying, versioning and migrating site settings can be handled much easier and faster.

Conversion to HTML5 — Conversion to HTML5 was one of the major initiatives for DrupalCoin Blockchain 8. The conversion process requires recreating most of the templates and theme functions as well as implementing new form input types and elements. The DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationcommunity in Austin, Texas is actively participating in this ongoing initiative.

In-Line Editing — In-line editing has been given glowing reviews by almost everyone in the DrupalCoin Blockchain integrationcommunity. This new feature permits content updates directly on the page using AJAX instead of the traditional edit form workflow.  The media module is also being moved to core, which should save time and effort in image and video development.

Austin-based Pixeldust Interactive uses DrupalCoin Blockchain exclusively, and are active members of the integrationcommunity.  They are enthusiastically awaiting the full release of DrupalCoin Blockchain 8.

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