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The Drupal Way

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My presentation about the general knowledge of Drupal. It was presented in "PreCamp Drupal 2012", held by Drupal Indonesia Community at Rumah Indovasi. (30-9-2012)

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The Drupal Way

  1. Eryk Budi Pratamahttp://about.me/proferykWorkshop Pre-Camp30 September 2012
  2. Drupal History
  3. Dries Buytaert  Drupal Founder  Belgian Citizen  Open Sourced in 2001
  4. Story• Build LAN• Message Board• Dorpje (in Dutch)• Little Village• Drop.org• Druppel• Drupal.org - 2001
  5. What is Drupal ?
  6. Drupal...Content Management System Application Framework Open Source – GNU GPL
  7. PrinciplesModular and ExtensibleLow Resource DemandsOpen SourceEase of UseCollaboration
  8. What can Drupal Be ?• Blog• Forum• Online newspaper, Portal / Directory• Social community site, job post board• Video site like youtube• Project management site• CRM, ERP, SCM, Wiki• Shopping cart system• E-learning, training site• Anything you can think of…
  9. e-books musice-mails
  10. Drupal Structure
  11. Technology Stack
  12. General Concepts
  13. Field The smallest unit of information Field module allows custom data fields to be defined for entity types (entities include content items, comments, user accounts, and taxonomy terms) Examples of fields include a number, date or some text.
  14. Node A piece of content on your web site. Node module manages the creation, editing, deletion, settings, and display of the main site content. A node consists of several fields. For example : pages in books, discussion topics in forums, entries in blogs, news article stories
  15. Module Software (code) that extends Drupal features and/or functionality. Module can be integrated with Drupal core or other modules using Drupal API. Module : Core and Contributed
  16. Region, Block, Menu Drupal site are laid out in regions, which can include the header, footer, sidebars, and main content section. Block  Discrete chunks of information Menu  a hierarchical collection of links
  17. Taxonomy Classifying the content of website. You can define your own vocabularies (groups of categories), and add terms (categories) to each vocabulary.
  18. Taxonomy ExampleVocabulary = Musicterm = classical  sub-term = concertos  sub-term = sonatas  sub-term = symphoniesterm = jazz  sub-term = swing  sub-term = fusion
  19. User, Role, Permission Drupal provides the most flexible authorization system. Users on your site can be assigned permissions via roles. Then assign permissions to the role.
  20. Path Path module allows you to specify an alias, or custom URL. Some examples of aliases : member/jane-smith user/123 about-us/team node/456
  21. … 1000s modules and themes
  22. Websites
  23. http://www.themakingspot.com/
  24. https://www.concern.net/yourconcern/
  25. http://firecore.com /
  26. http://www.microassist.com/
  27. http://www.movieswithbutter.com
  28. The Drupal Way : “ Less Code,Express Delivery“
  29. Drupal...
  30. Contact Eryk Budi Pratama proferyk@gmail.com http://about.me/proferyk prof.eryk proferyk

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