March 22nd, 2014, we have concluded DrupalCampChina 2014 (announcement). This is the second year that Drupal Shanghai Community has teamed up with Techyizu.org (a Shanghai-based volunteer-driven organization and supporters of the China startup and tech community.) to succefully organize DrupalCamp within Barcamp. For those who don't know, Barcamp is the same style as DrupalCamp, but wider topics and larger audience.
A few years ago, when the Android just came out, I did a project Drupal + Services Module + Beer = BeerCloud on Android and iPhone. Now, I feel it's the time to bring this open vertical integration even further to complete an open ubiquitous computing model or tech stack. The previous project stack has already covered OS, Database, Web Server, CMS, Mobile Device; for this new project, let's bring wearables or sensors into the picture.
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.)". If this permission is granted to a role, then of course, this role can edit ANY accounts. Therefore, we need something more.
It has been 2 years, since I have written Build Nginx + PHP-FPM + APC + Memcache + Drupal 7 on a bare-bone Ubuntu 10.04 or Debian 5 server. Since then, many people and companies have informed me that they have been using the setup from that blog.
2 years is quite a long time; a lot of softwares are updated, and a lot of configuration & practice have changed. Now, it's the time for a REBUILD:
The goal of this blog is to envision us to build interesting application beyond a website or a simple mobile application, by using the platforms that are already available to us.