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Branching and merging with git is one the features that make it worth to use git. Having a successful branching model is key to be able to respond to everyday needs.
Why create the overhead? The simple use case when a project is in production and new features are being developed requires that you have a work flow that allows introducing fixes without having to release the entire development code. You dont want to wait for a stable release of all features currently in development.

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To speed up indexing of our nodes and making full use of our machine, we want to index our nodes concurrent.

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Use cron queues to store stuff that needs processing later on cron. This post provides a cron queue system to handle jobs in the background.

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Dominique De Cooman

I ll explain how to change the autocomplete callback on an event.

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Dominique De Cooman

This post will give you a list what to check when you go live with a drupal 7 website and how you can control it and automate it. You need to check this go live checklist each time you keep integrating new stuff during deployment to test if everything is still working. To save time this task can be automated.

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Dominique De Cooman

We want to use ctools' modal frames and field collection forms to create a better user experience.

As we know, ctools comes with a lot of useful apis and tools to use in our own modules. One of them is the modal frames.

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Dominique De Cooman

In this blog we ll explain how to set up a geospatial search by radius using apache solr geospatial extension in a drupal 7.

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Dominique De Cooman

We wanted to add a functionality to our file widget so it could register when to exclude a file from search results.

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Dominique De Cooman

Apparently drupal 7 caches its hook implementations. So when implementing a hook in D7 you need to flush cache.

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Dominique De Cooman

In drupal 7 we have something called contextual links. It is that little wheel you see when you hover over blocks so you can edit them in place. It is a great usability improvement but it is not always that clear how to implement them.

The contextual links functionality used to be a contrib module in d6 now it is a core module.

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