CiviCRM

Get Drush command line support for CiviCRM

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2022-01-21 10:04
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Using Drush with Drupal is standard practice for most developers, but since CiviCRM support was removed, many find themselves having to switch between separate command-line tools for each environment.

Seeing a need for continued Drush support in CiviCRM, Skvare’s developers released the CiviCRM Drush module for Drupal 8 and Drupal 9. Just as with Drupal, this module allows developers to support CiviCRM through a single command-line tool and continue previously established workflows. Edit media Image

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Use Drupal webforms to create new users with the CMS User extension

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2021-12-20 09:05
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People are at the heart of any organization, whether it’s volunteers, students, or clients, and getting the most out of your technology can help organize them to better accomplish your goals.

Drupal websites have leveraged the power of webforms through the CiviCRM Webform module to gather user information, for scheduling and other automated jobs. The one thing missing — user account creating.

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Membership Extras 2.1 Release

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2020-06-26 01:00
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Hey y’all,

A little bit more news from the Compucorp team and we are super excited to announce the latest release of the Membership Extras extension (that’s v2.1 for those who are counting!).

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Customizing Event Pages with Media

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2020-06-15 13:56
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Drupal 8 brings several major upgrades to the popular CMS, including the new core media module. The media library allows you to upload, manage, and reuse media (images, audio, video, and files) throughout your site, using a modern, user-friendly interface.

As a core module, it also completely integrates with:

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CiviCase: The new way to manage cases using CiviCRM

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2020-06-10 09:04
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After a few thousand man hours later, a few million slack messages and an awful lot of coffee, the team at Compucorp are delighted to bring to you the first stable version of the new Shoreditch-influenced CiviCase extension. The new extension delivers a whole new case management experience for CiviCRM. 

CiviCRM’s case management system has undergone more than just a facelift and with the new CiviCase we are unlocking the true potential CiviCRM has as a processes workflow tool. 

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Contributions and Reports within Views

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2020-06-08 14:01
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Reports are an incredibly powerful tool used to develop future forecasts, marketing plans, guide budget planning and improve decision-making. In CiviCRM, one of the most important applications for reporting is in tracking and assessing the various kinds of contributions.

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Interactive Maps with CiviCRM Addresses

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2020-06-01 11:09
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Showing locations on maps is an important feature for many modern websites. At Skvare, we specialize in building websites using open source Drupal and CiviCRM systems. So naturally, being able to use CiviCRM addresses within Drupal pages is a feature we are often asked to develop.

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