Remodeling Four Kitchens: A look inside our new brand
With the additions of Advomatic and Manatí, we’ve had an exciting few years at Four Kitchens. While we’ve remained fundamentally the same organization, we’ve also been evolving into something new. It’s time for our brand to catch up.Learn more
A more modern, sustainable approach to higher ed websites with YaleSites
A higher ed website is a product, not a project. Learn about Yale’s sustainable approach to digital development and how your team can do the same.Learn more
News and insights from the Web Chefs
Filter by topic
Filter by type
Local development with OSX Yosemite
Immediately after upgrading I noticed my local instance of Apache wasn't working. I expected this. In this post we'll briefly look at some updated configurations for Apache to let you keep using dynamic vhosts, explore the source of Chromium, and get wildcard SSL certificates working.
Local development with Apache VHosts and Dnsmasq
There are plenty of tools for doing local development, however some of them place some inconvenient limits on what you can do. If you aren't afraid to edit a few config files then you can have an incredibly flexible local development in just a few steps.
A flexible field model for tables
When you are developing data models for fields in Drupal sometimes the only thing you can count on is that there will be exceptions to the model. Thankfully, with Drupal, you can incorporate a lot of flexibility into your data model. Typically that flexibility comes at the cost of complexity for you, the developer or site builder, and likely, for your content contributors. It gets even more difficult when those fields are irregular in format, need to be responsive, and are a part of a time sensitive content launch involving content experts with little to no Drupal experience.
Making the web a better place to teach, learn, and advocate starts here...
When you subscribe to our newsletter!