Category Archives: Drupal

Drupal 8 migration: taxonomy term lookups

By resorting to YAML files for configuration, Drupal 8 achieved a huge boost in flexibility and understandability of the parameters. Even more it is useful for such a “commonly uncommon” task as migration.

Indeed, in D7 you had a set of forms to match source to destination, using some limited set of processing options. Now, in D8, these three stages of migration are totally separated out, unleashing a (nearly) unlimited power of building processing pipes and referencing other migrations. Continue reading

Want 11 CDs for free?

HTML for DummiesIt was completely unexpected. Out-of-the-blue I was asked today by one of my co-workers to write a blog post. I thought hard about which new front-end development tools I have been using lately, but couldn’t think of anything that had had a significant impact on my professional life recently. Then I looked at today’s date and I realized that it is my 20-year anniversary here at Boyle Software. These twenty years certainly had a significant impact on my life…

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Ready to sweat for RhinoCo Fitness

RhinoCo logoWe are excited to announce that Boyle Software has started working with RhinoCo Fitness on exciting new projects.

RhinoCo Fitness was founded in 2007 with the goal of making fitness more accessible by using connected technology to deliver essential tools, supplements, and training programs to people across the world. In 2010 RhinoCo partnered with Reebok to open the first Reebok Crossfit Gym, which quickly became the highest-grossing retail store for Reebok and a world-renowned fitness center for RhinoCo.

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Drupal 8: Views scrollTop behavior

Drupal 8 logoIt’s a weird piece of Drupal 8 out-of-the-box behavior: each time after you AJAX-load a views block with exposed filter, you are scrolled to the top of the block! It’s especially tiresome for mobile device users… Is there a way that we can fix it??

Removing this behavior entirely is a massive improvement. Here is a recipe to circumvent the issue for Drupal 7 – but it won’t work for Drupal 8! But search no more. Here for you is the exact solution:

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Non-zero length redirects in Drupal

Drupal logoThose of you hosting Drupal sites on Acquia might come across this issue: enabling compressed cached pages leads to Varnish errors instead of redirects. As explained by Acquia support, this happens because Varnish tries to unzip zero-length response – and, naturally, then fails. Your options for solutions are to purchase a dedicated balancer configuration – or make the response non-zero (for instance, add the “Redirecting…” text into the body).

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