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Recent Projects

Designed and developed core architecture for this new Drupal 8 site. Created custom entities in order to mould… read more

 

Provided strategic consultancy to the National Theatre as they began their project to update their existing Drupal… read more

 

Powering the fun of Nickelodeon Junior's online colouring app is Drupal. A set of line art is stored on the system,… read more

 

Premier suppliers of training for the PRINCE2 ('Projects In Controlled Environments') set of qualifications needed a… read more

 

Latest Blog Posts

Leapfrog the Drupal Learning Curve & Architect the Perfect Solution in 3 Simple Steps

Submitted by Steve Purkiss on Sun, 09/10/2016 - 14:06

"Drupal has a steep learning curve" is something I hear time and again, however I feel this is a misguided perception and something we need to work towards changing - especially now focus is on the adoption journey. Learning how to 'Drupal' is actually incredibly easy - the trick is to understand exactly what Drupal is and how to mould it to your needs - this is what I'm going to show you how to do in three simple steps.

Short screencast intro to the new Drupal Console field:info command

Submitted by Steve Purkiss on Fri, 07/10/2016 - 10:39

I am a big fan of Drupal Console, the CLI built on top of Symfony Console for use with Drupal 8. As well as the ability to generate skeleton code, Drupal Console has a heap of commands for a number of uses, routing, debugging, and now with the new field:info command you can gain an overview of what fields are on a site and where they are used.