You can find this article and more at https://blog.codeship.com/author/alfrednutile/
One of two books I have coming out this year. Here is an intro from the book
The book is a blend of numerous recipes that will give you all the necessary tips you need to build an ap
Using services like Microsoft Cognitive Services and AWS Machine Learning we can begin to make a PHP Drive, like we do with Databases, Queues etc, so we can swap out, as needed, and communicate to the
Laravel makes it easy to use Stripe for Subscriptions and one off billing.
Learn more about this great combination here
This project will create a new Laravel command php artisan envdeployer:push dev to push your local .env settings to the environment marked dev in your config file.
You can see a sampl
UI so the user can upload PDFs and quick generate diff results of the PDF pages. This is page 1 or 2.
UI to add Issues to Github AND stub out tests for those issues to show passing or failing as you fix/build out the task related to the issue
Laravel/Angular interface to help see the difference between two sets of PDF files.
Logs of background libraries in place here, imagemagick, angular-flow for super easy file upload and pd
BehatEditor v2 is a Laravel/Angular interface into Behat / BDD test writing and reporting.
With the help of the the library
Rails based saas product, includes working with a Soap API :(
Working on a full Saas solution for a client with Laravel, Angular and behat to make sure it stays working.
Ported from Rails (Rails is awesome too)
Should be out soon.
Github repo it here
The demo is
This is a really cool tool to compare sites using a unix diff tool and screenshots provide by Phantom js. The tool can output the diff value so you could even set thresholds to what would cause a f
Graphical interface to making behat tests and storing reports.
This is built in Drupal (soon a Laravel fork) and will allow a user to build tests in a GUI (graphical) editor. You can see
Using Symfony Components and an existing Git PHP Wrapper library I put together a Behat CLI Wrapper.
You can see the repo here and
Not done yet but it has been a lot of fun to work with Angular.
You can see a video here of the Proof of Concept app.
First rails site! Some more info here
Run project, really learned a lot. Nothing like applying what you are learning on a rail project!
Great time working on a good cause. The project I chose was this one http://hackforwesternmass.org/Unlocking-Prison-Phone-Data. Using Ruby on Rails to manage the interface, a Solr install for the d
Working with http://www.chartjs.org/
I make a json endpoint for each report
Some points that were fun, new, and challenging.Model, View, Controller mindet.Building the RESTful service/API firstTrying to follow a feature driven development plan.
Due to NDA reasons I had to remove links to the site ) -:. This is a Drupal site that is 80% custom code. I had to do a lot of tweaks to add new features. Most features had to do w
Will be presenting on using a Virtual Machine for development work, why and how. Hands on look at setting one up and tips and tricks on the day to day use.
I will go though the process of using Panels to build pages and take over node layouts. I will go over
-Custom Layouts and Styles in code
Pretty big drupal build. Apache Solr for the first time and a migration from drupal 4.7 to 7!
Worked with a great team at Cantina to help build this drupal site. My responsibilities included typical drupal build work and some integration work with MS backend for getting search results via xml.
Tough migration d5 to d6. Tons of custom code. (nice code though!) that I had to migrate as well as data.
Full build of the site and design by a staff member.
Full build of site.
Panels, Custom Modules galore, Views, Feed imports via Oracle, XML, SOAP
[Due to NDA issues I had to remove the URL and images]Huge push in the JS area. The drupal FAPI did not have enough speed in IE8 which the client required. The load time went from 20 se
A personal project to make a service that can help freelancers and small shops monitor their drupal websites.
After starting the project it was brought to my attention that there is already a company
Assisted in building the Calendar and Feed importers.
Lots of moving parts. Responsive focus.
This is really BETA many updates on the way.
Drupal Commerce and D7 lots of little custom tweaks.
I made a custom module to output a feed of events, news and blog items. This could have been done with views but wanted a bit more control. The "Related Stuff" video below will go over how it works.
Rebuild of some of the layouts, jquery and added new features like home page slideshow.
Lots of migration from various databases into Drupal and CiviCRM.
Full build of drupal site.
Assisted on this project that took place at my shop a couple of years ago or so. I helped on the home page with the modal popups and switching back and forth as needed with the different video provide
http://www.real-user-monitoring.com/ some integration work into Salesforce and overall drupal support
Drupal build out with custom work on a registration form that was quite extensive. Also the main menu hover down work was custom. http://www.gaiauniversity.
Built a version of the site not in use still. But it was a big Drupal build with Organic Groups, lots of access control and multi-medida. http://www.myersinfo
Drupal CiviCRM full build out. http://www.ctconservation.org/
Original builder of the site. Lots of custom work on the search http://www.ophthalmicedge.org/ophthalmic-resources
Lots migration work in CiviCRM. Drupal and Ubercart as well. Custom modules and additions to both Drupal and CiviCRM
Lots of custom work to make the site fit the design. PHP, Drupal. Organic groups was a big part of the site. http://www.vtinvasives.org/
Earlier build of a commerce site. The original site is no longer there. Fun project great company.
Built out website.
Presented on Views 102+
Full build of the site.
You have a new drupal site and are the drupal admin, what now?
Drupal and Ubercart install while D7 was still new. https://fieldeddy.com/
Great organization. We helped them move from a static site into Drupal. http://stopitnow.org
Original Build out. Lots of custom Ubercart work. The company is no longer online though
Original CiviCRM build and Drupal. http://clpp.hampshire.edu/ It has been updated since.
Not the website but the technology behind the store. All the registers run and OpenSource POS system, Apache, MySQL based. There are 10+ thin clients used for staff as well
2 theme site the client can change as needed.
First use of Panels on the home page.
Great client to work with as we appreciated how quickly the turn around time was to get feedback.
Views 101 presentation
First Drupal site. Migration from WebObject and Joomla mix into Drupal and CiviCRM.
Zeke Nutile who loves making funny faces!
Full rebuild of Webobject site into PHP and Drupal.
It has changed quite a lot since those days