We love Drupal because it is free, open, flexible, robust and constantly being improved by hundreds of thousands of passionate people from all over the world. We use Drupal to build everything from personal blogs to enterprise applications.
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We love Android, the most popular mobile operating system, because it is open, free, and extensible. We build Android Apps to increase productivity and create opportunities. With additional add-ons such as Android Open Hardware Accessories, Android can communicate with Cars, Microwaves, Toilets, and Prosthetic Limbs in the future.
A few years ago, when the Android just came out, I did a project Drupal + Services Module + Beer = BeerCloud on Android and iPhone.
Recently I updated Android Cloud To Devices Messaging (C2DM) module on Drupal.org. I have write a brief description of how to use C2DM Module in the module's page and its README.TXT file.
At INsReady Inc., we have been practising the theming workflow below for more than a year. Therefore, it's good to write down the documentation for sharing and future training purposes.
Today, I received a request that how to let certain users to have the permission to edit all user accounts but not admin users. Drupal has this user permission called "Administer users (Warning: Give to trusted roles only; this permission has security implications.)".