With Great Drupal Skills Come Great Responsibility

Apr
15

You've been working with Drupal since 4.x. You've attained a mastery of modules, a command of caching, and you build themes that make Chuck Norris weep openly. Now what?

We're giving a presentation about this question in the Drupalcon Sponsor's Corner this year. Think of it as the Trellon "now what?" session, where we help you answer that question. Read More >>>

DrupalCamp Chicago: A Great Success!

Dec
21

We got back from DrupalCamp Chicago last week, flushed with success! Michael Haggerty ended up leading two sessions on CiviCRM, introducing it in depth to several of the conferencegoers. Our most recent developer hire, Kyle Cunningham, got to lead an unconference session on forms API as well. Personally, I was blown away by what he can do with that often cumbersome part of the Drupal interface. We're looking forward to being able to package some of his tricks into modules in the near future. Even my presentation was a success, despite some minor technical issues. Read More >>>

Gearing up for DrupalCamp Chicago

Nov
27

All of us at Trellon are getting excited for DrupalCamp Chicago in a couple of weeks. The presentations look really interesting: key technologies like Domain Access, CiviCRM, and Panels are all featured... and this Trellonaut in particular is looking forward to learning more about those incredibly powerful tools. Read More >>>

Trellon Launches Scribd View Module

Nov
17
By Campbell Vertesi | Filed Under: Drupal, modules, product

PDFs have historically been difficult to integrate into Drupal. Site owners were forced to include PDFs as attachments to content, and accept the interruption to the site layout that the external plugin presented. Building on the excellent Scribd API, our new module allows PDFs to be displayed on your site without the Adobe Reader plugin. Scribd Field integrates with the well-supported Filefield module, and allows you to integrate your PDFs into the look and feel of the rest of your site. Read More >>>