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Deploying Drupal to heroku

Deploying Drupal to heroku 24 January 2014 Although not advised, it's actually possible to get Drupal up and running on Heroku. First download Drupal, this is easy with drush drush dl drupal and install the Heroku Toolbelt. Then cd into the Drupal directory, make it a git repo and push to heroku

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Picking the right tool for the job

Picking the right tool for the job 04 July 2013 When doing any sort of creative work picking the right tool for the job is important. The right brush for a painting, the right brick for a house, or the right programming language or framework for web development. Clients often try to pick the language or framework they wish their

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Twitter chooses Drupal for their official blog

Twitter chooses Drupal for their official blog 30 April 2013 Know what this means? Die hard Drupalists do. $ curl -I https://blog.twitter.com/company | grep 'expires:' expires: Sun, 19 Nov 1978 05:00:00 GMT It's Dries' date of birth and one of the clear ways to tell if a site is running Drupal or not. After using Drupal for

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Drupal 7 performance gains with Views cache

Drupal 7 performance gains with Views cache 18 April 2013 The Views module is the most powerful tool for a Drupal developer, and so much loved that from Drupal 8 the Views module has made it's way into Drupal core. As for Drupal 7, Views is still a contributed module and not all that famous for it's performance. This

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Drupal's not the only option

Drupal's not the only option 25 March 2013 Last week Phase2 launched their new site and blogged about it. As a company that is mainly focussed on Drupal, they made sure to add few paragraphs on the fact that their new site is not Drupal, and that they decided to use Wordpress. There were

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