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Inlining critical CSS on a dynamic CMS such as Drupal or Wordpress doesn’t have to be a pain. Using the Four Kitchens blog as an example, we’ll go through the process of generating critical CSS, inlining the file dynamically, and asynchronously loading the remaining CSS aggregates using the AdvAgg module.
This week we’ll continue where we left off after doing the ground work of creating a basic endpoint with the RESTful Drupal module. We skipped one crucial part: the body field. This week’s installment will cover our missing field, which requires extra care when used within a RESTful endpoint.
So that brings us to this series: “REST Easy.” In this series I will take you through developing a REST API with Drupal 7 and the RESTful module. We’ll make sure you have a solid foundation and build up the API one step at a time. In this first session I’d like to cover creating an API endpoint for a simple content type in Drupal.
At Four Kitchens, we love our computers. The only thing we don’t love is the drudgery of computer use - hunting for applications or files hidden inside folders inside of folders, manually creating video chats for impromptu meetings, or even remembering to clean up our desktop before presentations. That’s why many of us have enlisted the services of our personal robot butler, who goes by the name of Alfred. Some of us Chefs wanted to share our favorite recipes (or Workflows in Alfred parlance) for success.
In this post I’m going to show you how to use the Meteor build system, and how to deploy a Meteor-based application to a Linux environment.
In this post, I’m going to discuss the importance of enforcing a strict and clear coding standard in your Meteor applications, and then provide you with some tools that will make the process easy.
In this post, I will discuss the importance of implementing proper structure patterns in Meteor applications, and give some advice that may help you organize your codebase.