More onion drupal development blog
There are many reasons why a feature containing the definition of a content type with some fields added will forget about the fields when you install the feature. Maybe just changing the name of the feature might save you time investigating other reasons.
Needing a debugging environment for a remote Drupal site I started out using NetBeans like the most, but dropped it eventually and set up emacs instead.
This blog entry will show you how to get emacs, the geben elisp package, SSH and xdebug to work together in order to debug a remote Drupal site.
If you are a webform fan (like me) you're probably quite aware of the vast amount of related modules available. But it can be quite confusing HOW MANY modules there are when you get started. Also some of them are duplicates or don't work well.
So here is a list of webform related modules (for Drupal 7) at your service, hand picket and most of them tested.
Welcome to the more onion developers' blog! This is a great moment for us. In the past few years we've been lurking around in a number of open source communities, using other people's code, contributing code and even attending events.
But until this very day we had no meaningful way of contributing our ideas, snippets and projects in a blog-style format. Here is a rough overview of the kind of blogposts you can expect.