Stanford University offers a wide array of opportunities for students to study abroad. Historically, these opportunities were administered by various departments from all corners of the university. In 2015, Stanford’s Office of International Affairs started work on Stanford Off-Campus Learning Opportunities (SOLO), an initiative to bring all of these opportunities under one roof.
An exploration of some of the more powerful tools built into Drupal 8 Views.
Disclaimer: There may have been some hyperbole up there. But I even taught my boss something with this presentation, so you might learn something too.
Let's talk about how we can contribute to make Drupal better and hope that World Peace will come sooner.
Please join us on slack to dicuss Feeds+Migrate initiative https://drupal.slack.com/messages/C34CECZAL/details/
Follow along as we build an in-line menu using views. We'll touch upon topics such as:
Global: View result counter
Global: Math expression
Global Custom Text
Views Field View (module)
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Are you using Drupal at Stanford? Are you considering or do you have a site on Stanford Sites at sites.stanford.edu? If so, this session is for you!
We'll walk through how you would get started with your Stanford site. Then we'll explore some tips and tricks. Be sure to bring your questions!
Backdrop CMS is the Drupal fork. It is a faster and less-complex version of Drupal 7 with many of the top 50 Drupal 7 modules included in core. Backdrop also includes proper configuration management for quick and easy deployment of settings changes along with code. Backdrop CMS has been out for more than 3 years, and has seen 9 on-time releases that have added more new core features - including a few you won't find in Drupal 8 (yet). Backdrop core includes built-in automatic URLs, page redirects, and a tool for adding new modules directly from your existing site.
Researchers and academic websites often need to handle data, while Drupal is a compelling content management systems, its file handling capabilities are very limited. In this session we will present an overview and demonstration of a new set of modules that enable data sharing and file management for a variety of use cases for researchers. The new modules create and manage a secure virtual file system of nested folders and uploaded files of any type. Access controls enable users to share their content with selected friends and colleagues, or with the public at large.