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
Drupal 10 is here: Is your website ready?
If you start by taking into account where your current site stands, you can best ensure it’s on steady ground for the benefits that lie ahead.Learn more
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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.
No-brainer shared branch storage on your workstation
For me, my projects are code-based and, hence, mostly a collection of version-controlled branches. So, my "Projects" directory contains a smattering of branches organized into multi-level directory structures. In my last post, I noted that shared branch storage is the key to fast branching, good offline access, and efficient disk usage. I even covered a quick way to get it rolling for Drupal branches. But it's one thing to know how and another to know "best practices," so I'll share how I do things.
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