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Will Composer be a barrier for sitebuilders to use Drupal 8? (Goodbye, tarballs and drush dl!) | Marc Drummond

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 12:36 -- rprice

As time goes on, I imagine more and more contrib modules will make use of Composer dependencies. As soon as your Drupal site needs just one contrib module with Composer dependencies, your entire site needs to be managed with Composer.

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Will Composer be a barrier for sitebuilders to use Drupal 8? (Goodbye, tarballs and drush dl!) | Marc Drummond

Thu, 08/18/2016 - 12:36 -- rprice

As time goes on, I imagine more and more contrib modules will make use of Composer dependencies. As soon as your Drupal site needs just one contrib module with Composer dependencies, your entire site needs to be managed with Composer.

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drupal8
site_building
drush

cachegrind.out Filled My Drive | John Rearick

Tue, 05/24/2016 - 21:41 -- rprice

That big blue field is a whole bunch of cachegrind.out files in /private/var/tmp. Turns out these files are generated when you have Xdebug enabled, which I do because it's useful to debug PHP as a developer. So, first thing I try to do is delete all these useless files.

I changed where Xdebug saves it's cache files to /tmp in my php.ini file. In my case with MacPorts it's at /opt/local/etc/php54/php.ini.

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cachegrind.out Filled My Drive | John Rearick

Tue, 05/24/2016 - 21:41 -- rprice

That big blue field is a whole bunch of cachegrind.out files in /private/var/tmp. Turns out these files are generated when you have Xdebug enabled, which I do because it's useful to debug PHP as a developer. So, first thing I try to do is delete all these useless files.

I changed where Xdebug saves it's cache files to /tmp in my php.ini file. In my case with MacPorts it's at /opt/local/etc/php54/php.ini.

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mac
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development

Hook Update Deploy Tools | Drupal.org

Thu, 03/10/2016 - 12:08 -- rprice

Drupal provides its own functions for enabling modules or reverting features, however, most of them run silently without feedback so they are inappropriate for use in hook_update_N because they do not provide any feedback as to what is happening and whether it was a success or failure. This module gives voice to many of those functions. Every method that can be used within a hook_update_N() includes detailed feedback and logging of what was attempted and what the results were. Updates are Failed if the requested operation was not successful so that they can be run again, or re-worked.

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php
deployment

Hook Update Deploy Tools | Drupal.org

Sat, 03/05/2016 - 13:55 -- rprice

Drupal provides its own functions for enabling modules or reverting features, however, most of them run silently without feedback so they are inappropriate for use in hook_update_N because they do not provide any feedback as to what is happening and whether it was a success or failure. This module gives voice to many of those functions. Every method that can be used within a hook_update_N() includes detailed feedback and logging of what was attempted and what the results were. Updates are Failed if the requested operation was not successful so that they can be run again, or re-worked.

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deployment

Hook Update Deploy Tools | Drupal.org

Sat, 03/05/2016 - 13:55 -- rprice

Drupal provides its own functions for enabling modules or reverting features, however, most of them run silently without feedback so they are inappropriate for use in hook_update_N because they do not provide any feedback as to what is happening and whether it was a success or failure. This module gives voice to many of those functions. Every method that can be used within a hook_update_N() includes detailed feedback and logging of what was attempted and what the results were. Updates are Failed if the requested operation was not successful so that they can be run again, or re-worked.

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php
deployment

Hook Update Deploy Tools | Drupal.org

Sat, 03/05/2016 - 13:55 -- rprice

Drupal provides its own functions for enabling modules or reverting features, however, most of them run silently without feedback so they are inappropriate for use in hook_update_N because they do not provide any feedback as to what is happening and whether it was a success or failure. This module gives voice to many of those functions. Every method that can be used within a hook_update_N() includes detailed feedback and logging of what was attempted and what the results were. Updates are Failed if the requested operation was not successful so that they can be run again, or re-worked.

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php
deployment

BigPipe: Pipelining web pages for high performance

Tue, 12/08/2015 - 17:37 -- rprice

BigPipe is a fundamental redesign of the dynamic web page serving system. The general idea is to decompose web pages into small chunks called pagelets, and pipeline them through several execution stages inside web servers and browsers. This is similar to the pipelining performed by most modern microprocessors: multiple instructions are pipelined through different execution units of the processor to achieve the best performance.

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performance
Facebook
php
drupal8

BigPipe: Pipelining web pages for high performance

Tue, 12/08/2015 - 17:37 -- rprice

BigPipe is a fundamental redesign of the dynamic web page serving system. The general idea is to decompose web pages into small chunks called pagelets, and pipeline them through several execution stages inside web servers and browsers. This is similar to the pipelining performed by most modern microprocessors: multiple instructions are pipelined through different execution units of the processor to achieve the best performance.

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