March 26 Campfire Chat & Resources

2021-03-21 20:47
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Thanks to everyone who attended the February 26 Campfire chat! Special thanks to Coleman Watts, CiviCRM Core Team Developer, for his demo on using Search Kit and Form Builder, and Jon Goldberg, Principal at Megaphone Tech, for his demo on creating remote forms without coding.

March 26 Campfire Chat

Join us for a March virtual campfire chat, where we will have time for socializing, and for presentations. This month we will be focusing on content management systems (CMS) that integrate with CiviCRM. Karin Gerritsen with Semper IT and will be showcasing some of the latest on Drupal 8/9 Webform and CiviCRM Entity Integration (Watch Video: Introducing Webform CiviCRM Module). Christian Wach will share how to display CiviCRM data in WordPress. If you use Joomla!Backdrop or use headless Civi without a CMS, please feel free to join and share your experience as well. You are welcome to organize other virtual events that focus on a specific CMS, and share the event details.

Date: Friday, March 26, 2021
Time: 9 am PDT, 12 pm EDT, 4 pm London
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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The first 30 minutes of the chat, we will have time for socializing, asking questions and sharing resources. The following hour will be spent on demos and Q&A. You are welcome to drop in any time during the meeting.

February Campfire Chat Resources

Here are some of the resources shared during the February Campfire chat.

  • Megaphone Technology: Building Remote Forms for CiviCRM (ODPPDF(CiviCRM Campfire Chat Feb. 2021) A comparison of options for remote form building with CiviCRM.

  • Megaphone Technology: Building Remote Forms for CiviCRM Comparison Matrix (ODS(CiviCRM Campfire Chat Feb. 2021) A companion document summarizing the pros and cons of remote form options.

  • Coleman Watts presentation: Thanks to Joe McLaughlin for sharing the recording of the presentation!

  • Meeting Notes: Thanks to Don Hirst for sharing these meeting notes!
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