This post is a short how-to on importing data from multiple fields of a comma separated value (CSV) file into one multi-value field using the Drupal Feeds Tamper.
Chances are you have been in a situation where you need to import some data into a Drupal site. The data was provided to you in a CSV file. Because you are smart and know better than to spend your client’s money writing your own code for this, you grab the Feeds module which conveniently includes a CSV parser.
Over the last few months, the Jibe team has been increasingly focused on providing effective e-commerce solutions. As such, we have been paying attention to various sales and marketing strategies that are emerging in the e-commerce world to that are designed to increase customer engagement.
On Friday June 1st 2012, active local Drupal community members organized an informative event to discuss and promote the benefits of Drupal.
The Drupal Business Summit which took place in the heart of Vancouver, at UBC Robson Square, counted over a hundred attendees from varied backgrounds: marketing and media agencies, Government and private sector representatives, including web developers as well as several Drupal enthusiasts.
Since the launch of MyMacs.ca, we have been discussing ways to reach out to customers on the go with our fellow project collaborators at 612 Creative. We all know how popular and prevalent smartphones and tablets have become. Missing out on mobile offerings is missing out on opportunities.
A client of ours recently had a major business announcement and needed to update their site's theme and publish a node to coincide with the announcement. Had the announcement been scheduled for regular business hours I probably would have made the changes manually, but because it was scheduled for 5:30 am I needed a better solution.
First I tried talking a few co-workers into finally learning how to work with git tags on a live site, but that didn't go very well even without mentioning the 5:30 am bit.