Deploying Meteor applications

This post is the fourth in a series of posts about the new JavaScript framework Meteor. If you are unfamiliar with Meteor check out the introduction post in this series or go…

Structuring Meteor applications

This post is the second in a series of posts about the new JavaScript framework, Meteor. If you are unfamiliar with Meteor, check out the first (introduction post) in this series, or…

The titular knife block

The Knife Block: Tools of the Trade

I have a confession to make: I watch quite a bit of Food Network. Like almost a lot a lot. Don't get me wrong - food is great, but my favorite part…

import.io data set

Scraping websites into Drupal using Feeds and Import.io

Recently, I was faced with an interesting challenge; develop a system for importing thousands of hand-build sites into Drupal. One of the tools that we encountered in our research was import.io, a…

Getting started with Meteor

There's been a lot of talk recently about a new JavaScript framework called Meteor, especially since the project just reached version 1.0. I’ve had the opportunity to build several Meteor applications using…

Multilingual CSS generated content in Drupal

CSS generated content is cool. You can make those little triangles everyone seems to love, but its real purpose is to let you add presentational words that would otherwise be a pain…

Screenshot of DrupalCamp Austin schedule

Jekyll event schedule

While working on the DrupalCamp Austin schedule, I was surprised to find that there weren’t any Jekyll templates or plugins available for event schedules. Since it was relatively simple to put one…