Category Archive for: Developer

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.

Debugging Your Website with Chrome Developer Tools

If you’re using Chrome and want to debug your site’s design, this browser already comes with a great built-in feature called Developer Tools. In this tutorial we will show you how to start using Chrome Developer Tools. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit for full links, other content, and more! ]] Source:

Drupal Web Developer – Near Lancaster, PA position is open SchwebDesign

Lancaster, PA, United States Source:

Freelance Web Developer – SC Design Studio – Remote

Searching for a freelance web developer with Drupal experience capable of implementing new features and functionality…. $40 – $50 an hourFrom Indeed – Sat, 22 Jul 2017 20:25:30 GMT – View all Remote jobs Source:

Web Developer with PHP, OO, and Drupal skills position is open


Intro to Hoodie and React

Let’s take a look at Hoodie, the “Back-End as a Service” (BaaS) built specifically for front-end developers. I want to explain why I feel like it is a well-designed tool and deserves more exposure among the spectrum of competitors than it gets today. I’ve put together a demo that demonstrates some of the key features of the service, but I feel the need to first set the scene for its use case. Feel free to jump over to the demo repo if you want to get the code. Otherwise, join me for a brief overview. Setting the Scene It is no secret that JavaScript is eating the world these days and with its explosion in popularity, an ever-expanding ecosystem of tooling has arisen. The ease of developing a web app has skyrocketed in recent years thanks to these tools. Developer tools Prettier and ESLint give us freedom to write how…

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Senior Front End Web Developer – Morrison Agency – Atlanta, GA

Work closely with other developers in a small, fast paced and creative team environment. We are looking to hire a senior level Frontend Web Developer to join…From Morrison Agency – Wed, 19 Jul 2017 01:14:45 GMT – View all Atlanta, GA jobs Source:

Acquia Dev Scan: Taming Expanding Databases in Drupal 8, Reservoir on DrupalEasy, and a Conference for Decoupled Drupal Developers

When Acquia-related developer content starts piling up around the Web, it’s time for an Acquia Dev Scan. In this edition: Taming Expanding Databases in Drupal 8, Reservoir on DrupalEasy, and a Conference for Decoupled Drupal Developers Dealing with expanding cache_render tables in Drupal 8 There are a number of scenarios in Drupal 8 where you might notice your MySQL database size starts growing incredibly fast, even if you’re not adding any content. Jeff Geerling, Senior Technical Architect, Acquia, figured out that most of the time the problem stems from a exponentially-increasing-in-size cache_render table. After talking about this problem with a number of colleagues, he decided to write a blog post to cover common scenarios, as well as short and long-term fixes if you run into this issue. Hence: Dealing with Drupal 8 and a giant cache_render table. The DrupalEasy podcast focuses on Reservoir Ebullient DrupalEasy podcast host Mike Anello spent…

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Top 5 Lessons I’ve Learned Working with Drupal 8

Now that Drupal 8 is “production ready,” and agencies are ready to expand their capabilities by building in Drupal 8, clients are asking about it, and the community’s focus has shifted to developing for it. Drupal 8’s predecessor, Drupal 7, has been around since January 2011, which means that by late 2016 everyone working in Drupal was very familiar with the ins-and-outs of how Drupal 7 worked. Writing modules, using the hook system and preprocess functions, figuring out templating and theming quirks — it all became second nature to us. We’d mastered views and webforms, and some of us had written a couple of tricky migrations. In short, we’d all grown comfortable with Drupal 7 — and then along came Drupal 8. With the arrival of Drupal 8, many of those core components — on which we’d built many sites, and a living — have changed dramatically. We are now…

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Drupal Developer – Testing Xperts – Dearborn, MI

Acquia Certified Drupal Core Developer with extensive knowledge of Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 platforms and thorough understanding of Acquia Cloud Site Factory (ACSF… $60 an hourFrom Indeed – Tue, 18 Jul 2017 15:46:45 GMT – View all Dearborn, MI jobs Source:

More Gotchas Getting Inline SVG Into Production—Part II

The following is a guest post by Rob Levin and Chris Rumble. Rob and Chris both work on the product design team at Mavenlink. Rob is also creator and host of the SVG Immersion Podcast and wrote the original 5 Gotchas article back in ’14. Chris, is a UI and Motion Designer/Developer based out of San Francisco. In this article, they go over some additional issues they encountered after incorporating inline SVGs in to Mavenlink’s flagship application more then 2 years ago. The article illustrations were done by Rob and—in the spirit of our topic—are 100% vector SVGs! Wow, it’s been over 2 years since we posted the 5 Gotchas Getting SVG Into Production article. Well, we’ve encountered some new gotchas making it time for another follow up post! We’ll label these 6-10 paying homage to the first 5 gotchas in the original post 🙂 Gotcha Six: IE Drag &…

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Drupal is Good?

Before joining Viget I built websites on Drupal for Congressmen and Fortune 500 companies. Those websites were good, and they’re visited by millions of people. I’ve been to Drupal Cons, I’ve been to Drupal meet-ups, and I’ve given presentations on Drupal topics. I wouldn’t have a career as a developer without Drupal, but I wouldn’t recommend Drupal. “So if not Drupal, then what?” It depends. Anyone who says they know the solution before they know the problem is lying, wrong, or guessing. At Viget, we can figure out what the best solution is to a problem. That solution may be a static website, a solution with Contentful, a Craft site, a custom-built CMS, or something we haven’t thought of yet. It depends on the project. We’ve written about this before. We have come up with reasons to go off-the-shelf or to go custom-built. We have compared off-the-shelf CMS’s and we…

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PHP/Laravel Developer – Morrison Agency – Atlanta, GA

Familiarity with PHP-based CMS applications, such as Perch and Drupal. Working with frontend developers on the backend needs of their projects….From Morrison Agency – Tue, 18 Jul 2017 07:13:39 GMT – View all Atlanta, GA jobs Source:

Freelance Drupal Developer (long-term collaboration) position is open


Front-end Developer position is open

New York, NY, United States Source:

Musings on HTTP/2 and Bundling

HTTP/2 has been one of my areas of interest. In fact, I’ve written a few articles about it just in the last year. In one of those articles I made this unchecked assertion: If the user is on HTTP/2: You’ll serve more and smaller assets. You’ll avoid stuff like image sprites, inlined CSS, and scripts, and concatenated style sheets and scripts. I wasn’t the only one to say this, though, in all fairness to Rachel, she qualifies her assertion with caveats in her article. To be fair, it’s not bad advice in theory. HTTP/2’s multiplexing ability gives us leeway to avoid bundling without suffering the ill effects of head-of-line blocking (something we’re painfully familiar with in HTTP/1 environments). Unraveling some of these HTTP/1-specific optimizations can make development easier, too. In a time when web development seems more complicated than ever, who wouldn’t appreciate a little more simplicity? As with anything…

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Software Developer / Product Manager position is open @vul


Developer (WordPress) – LaneTerralever – Phoenix, AZ

What we look for in our Developers:. LaneTerralever is seeking a highly motivated developer for web applications to be part of our amazing team….From LaneTerralever – Sat, 15 Jul 2017 03:08:28 GMT – View all Phoenix, AZ jobs Source:

Drupal Developer in the Earth Science Project Office at NASA Ames Research Center position is open

Moffett Field, CA, United States Source:

Experienced Drupal Developer as Head of UX, Design & Platform Development (Central or Eastern Europe) position is open @watchadvisor


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