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Péter Pónya | March 31st, 2014

Our very own Drupal Dev Days in Szeged

In every year there are a lot of interesting Drupal-related meetups all around the world - Cons on two continents, Camps in one of each countries' cities and a lot more. The diversity of topics is the strength of these events- business, frontend and backend are also covered.

Péter Pónya | February 25th, 2014

Preparing our minds for DrupalCamp London

Meet us this weekend at DrupalCamp London

Péter Pónya | February 6th, 2014

AnimGif and ImageCache plays well with Image Magick

The good old animated Gif is a cool format again. It works on everything, no Flash or HTML5 video needed. You can handle it as simple as a static image... or not? By default the majority of Drupal installs are using GD to create thumbnails (image styles). But the stock PHP GD extension  (coming with mod_php) lacks the functionality of properly handling animGifs and your mainpage or lister pages will remain static and boring.

Péter Pónya | January 24th, 2014

Will you come to DRUPAL DEVELOPER DAYS SZEGED 2014?

Once there was a legendary DrupalCon in Szeged (Hungary), and now again: the Developer Days will take place there.

Péter Pónya | January 6th, 2014

A short look-around for new Drupal alternatives

My friend and co-owner of our company ( http://www.brainsum.com ) asked me to check out some alternatives of Drupal. Maybe we should use some of them for some project types he said.

Péter Pónya | October 2nd, 2013

Route planner website launched

The website I told about at DrupalCon Prague just went live: routing.palivovekarty.sk finally!

Péter Pónya | September 26th, 2013

Route planning with Drupal + OpenLayers and powering Phonegap mobile apps

I had a session at DrupalCon Prague yesterday. I just created this blog to have a place to share and discuss more details about this ongoing real-world project.
I will share details in separate posts topic-by-topic and I promise I will try to answer all the incoming questions.

Admin | January 26th, 2011

Open Source Has Won: What Is Your Strategy Drupaller?

This week, the White House released its first official federal source code policy, detailing a pilot that requires government agencies to release 20 percent of any new code they commission as open source software, meaning the code will be available for anyone to examine, and reuse in their own projects.