• Jon Skulski
    Senior Drupal Architect
September 12, 2011
You’re a developer who has to write a user migration tool for a client. The right answer is to the use the surprisingly simple Batch API. Everything is going great. Except that for every migration, there are seven (seemingly random) users that aren’t migrated. Hmmm.... What is going on and how do you find out? Batch API is an abstraction layer for performing tasks, in this case migrating a block of users.
June 27, 2011
One of difficulties of Drupal is the fragmentation of administration interfaces. Chapter Three addresses this difficulty by customizing the administration experience by championing the Panels as The Administrative Interface.
April 25, 2010
Contributing back to the community is absolutely the best part of working with any open source project. The drupal community is a particularly amazing group to work with As any attendee of the late and great DrupalCon SF can attest. So I leap at the chance to give back. First, ChapterThree is making our first public announcement of our features server. http://features.chapterthree.com
October 29, 2009
I'm a big fan of the Admin Menu module. I'm also a big fan our multiple developer development process.
June 16, 2009
Alpha?! Often alpha releases come with the tag line: Not for production release! It's true, alpha releases are not stable and can be inconsistent. A team of developers and a careful eye towards your use case versus the can be leveraged to minimize any dangers. A more appropriate warning would be: Not for production systems if you do not carefully evaluate your use case and/or you don't have a team of developers willing to create patches
May 02, 2009
Oh hello there, I didn't see you come in. I want to talk to you about getting started with the Live Update API module. Live Update is a module to give Drupal the ability to update a page when new content is available without requiring a page refresh.
March 04, 2009
Like sharks, the internet never stops swimming and the internet is the fastest shark you've ever seen. In this age of metaphor and large and never ending content flow; page refreshes are out and we're gonna need a bigger boat. Enter: Live Update