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DrupalEasy Podcast 59: Not Just Matt's Book

Join Ryan Price, Mike Anello and special guest Matt Butcher - one of the co-authors of "Drupal 7 Module Development" as they discuss the book, the growing complexity of Drupal code, new modules, DrupalCon 2013 (Go Canada!), and their picks of the week!

Five Stories

  1. Drupal 7 Module Development from Packt Publishing and Why Object-Oriented Programming is Bad for Drupal. Matt's personal blog is at http://technosophos.com
  2. Fast Tracking Drupal Bug Fixes and http://drupal.org/node/1050616
  3. Form Elements in Views (video) 
  4. DrupalCon North America Straw Poll and selection committee info.
  5. Aloha HTML5 WYSIWYG and Chx's blog post 

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Guest wrote 4 years 34 weeks ago

I love Drupal Easy


This isn't especially relevant to this particular podcast, but I want to let you guys know how much I like your podcast. I'm very happy when I see there's a new one.

But I'm especially pleased right now, because I just got back from DrupalCamp Colorado. I had no plan to go, never even thought about it. I'm an independent developer and thus stingy with my conference money. So when I heard from the podcast that DrupalCamp Colorado was only $35, I got right on it. Frequent Flyer miles, stayed with a friend, and got 2 days of outstanding information. I owe it to you.

Plus, you always have good guests, don't waste a lot of time on self-aggrandizing blather, and I love your sites of the week, module ideas, etc.

P.S. Andrew's Module of the Day was awesome. I wish he'd do more.

Guest wrote 4 years 35 weeks ago

It wasn't me!

Just for the record -- I didn't write the form element integration for Views, it was mostly the work of bojanz and Damien Tornoud (but also much inspired by previous work by the Commerce Guys).

I'm just the messenger. :-)

Great podcast, as always.
//Johan Falk

PS: I would very much like to hear a few arguments for using Eva or Views attach instead of Page manager + Views content panes. (I do have one or two arguments, but I think Eva/Views attach really must be compared to the framework of Page manager.

ryanprice wrote 4 years 34 weeks ago

Johan, I must admit I have


I must admit I have not gotten to dive into (non-panels) Page Manager - I know you have some screencasts about it, maybe we should have you on soon to make the case?

Ryan Price

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