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IE8 is resisting to die. Internet Explorer 8 world-wide usage is more popular than IE9 and even IE10
So we got an old windows computer setup to do the exam. Could install teh software needed, launched Sentiel to setup up my profile, and I was told to write my name to test my speed on the keyboard. So I entered my name, and “WRONG!”. Got a password error sign. Now I got confused, I was not told enter my password. But ok, so I entered my password. “WRONG”. I tried to write my name again. “WRONG”. Bullocks.
A little tip can save you headaches when trying to access your AngularJS app's post data in Drupal/PHP.
Today, I will talk a bit about access control. Specifically, what options you as a module developer have for controlling access to nodes and individual fields. As I'm sure you agree, the Drupal permission system available for site builders is powerful. Yet, fringe cases occur that leave this system wanting. It's a case like this I will talk about below.
As developers we have some great advantages with virtual machines, but they didn't really start to get useful for us until we got easy access to configuration tools like puppet and chef. When Puphpet came along, it turned the configuration of a new machine into a quick task, in an elegant manner. As a linux user, my ultimate work case would be to have the entire process work well with LXC, which would give me a quickly configurable setup for multiple workspaces, working on an ultra-efficient framework. Thankfully I managed to put some time into testing possibilities out over the weekend.
You have launched a commerce site. Congratulations ! You're awesome ! But what do you do next ?