ESIP Summer Drupal Lab 2013
HERE ARE THE CALL-IN Instructions from Erin:
- Go to: https://esipfed.webex.com/mw0306ld/mywebex/default.do?siteurl=esipfed&service=1
- Click on the ‘Meeting Center’ tab under the logo.
- Click join next to the room name (Dogwood) for breakout session. (Note: There is a single session for breakout rooms each morning or afternoon).
- Enter your name and email address
- The password the access code, 23224916
To join the audio portion of the Conference meeting:
a. Use your phone: Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-877-668-4493 Attendee access code followed by #
b. Use the your computer, WebEx VoIP.
What: Expert demos and presentations by ESIP and SPECIAL GUEST: Angie Byron (webchick), afternoon unconference to share skills and questions. Come to learn more about Drupal and to share knowledge, code, and issues about using Drupal.
8:00 AM Breakfast/Coffee/Registration
NOTE: If you are a local and cannot afford to pay the $70 we have a limited, first-come-first-served ONE DAY PASS donations for this purpose.
MORNING PRESENTATIONS: 8:30-12:00
Bruce and Adam: Welcome and Wrap-up of Drupal activities from the past year
Ajinkya Kulkarni: Building a Native Android App with Drupal 7 Services
Description: In this tutorial we will cover the basics of configuring the Services module in Drupal 7 and accessing those services through a native Android app. We will use the Google's newly released Android Studio to develop a native Android app in Java to view/insert/delete content of a Drupal site.
Eric Johnson: NCAR EOL's Experience Using Twitter Bootstrap and Responsive Web Design For Field Catalog 2.0
Twitter Bootstrap is a CSS / JS framework that enables a lot of modern features that we're using in Catalog 2.0 and makes it easier to make web pages look nice. Responsive Web Design enables web developers to specify how a web page should be displayed based on parameters of the device, e.g. height, width, resolution, etc. This is very handy for write-once web pages that are presented optimally on a variety of common device form factors: phone, tablets, laptops, workstations, etc. Twitter Bootstrap provides convenient methods for writing responsive HTML and CSS, and has been used by NCAR EOL to implement Field Catalog 2.0 with responsive features that are essential to modern users.
This presentation will introduce Bootstrap, Responsive Web Design, and review NCAR EOL's experience using them to develop Field Catalog 2.0.
David Bassendine: Visualizing data feeds - opening up remote data with Drupal
Owen Barton: Drush 6 - Drupal on the command line
This presentation will give an overview of Drush 6, which is a invaluable tool that allows you do develop and control your Drupal sites from your command line. We will take a walk through some of the most useful, exciting and new (in Drush 6) functions and commands, as well as sharing resources for learning more, and integrating Drush into your development and deployment workflows.
AFTERNOON Sessions: 1:30-5:00
Angie Byron: Drupal 8: What you need to know
Since March 2011, the community has been hard at work on Drupal 8, which is currently undergoing active development. This revolutionary new release sports tons of improvements, and Angela Byron, Drupal core committer and long-time core developer, will lead you through the most important ones and how they'll impact your future site building endeavors.
Get answers to your frequently asked questions, learn about the changes are coming down the pipe for clients, site builders, designers, and developers, find out more about the core development process, and take away some action items for what you can do to help make Drupal 8 the most awesome release of Drupal yet!
DISCUSSION with Angie
Bring your knowledge, your experience, your code, and your questions and frustrations... and share!