CiviCRM Entity is a Drupal module which greatly enhances CiviCRM integration with Drupal. This module exposes many CiviCRM entities as true Drupal entities. That means that almost any module can use Drupal entities. As a result, these modules can access and manipulate CiviCRM data directly from within Drupal via Drupal’s Entity API. This includes many commonly used modules such as Views, Rules, Search API, Entityqueue, Entity Reference, and many more.
CiviCRM Entity was originally developed by Eileen McNaughton from Fuzion....Read more
We in NFPservies have some client using secure.worldpay as their payment processor and it was always an issue in making it work and now worldpay has introduced online.worldpay gateway with API reference which are easy and quicker than before
Earlier in secure.worldpay gateway we used to redirect from CiviCRM to secure.worldpay website and process all the card details and then it will be passed over to CiviCRM website and we process the details. But, in online.worldpay we are using API for creating Tokens and Card Authorize. so no more redirection. Also the processes is straight forward and quicker
This Extension is based on online.worldpay.com - https://online.worldpay.com/
Please make sure you have an account with https://online.worldpay.com/
To install the uk.co.nfpservice.module...Read more
Salvation Army Echelon, the official young adult auxiliary of The Salvation Army, is the product of an idea that began in Dallas, Texas in 2010. Echelon is the next generation of community action for the Salvation Army. Men and women age 21 to 35 engage in networking, fundraising and community service in chapters across the U.S.
After the network of chapters expanded from one club in Dallas to several clubs across the nation, Salvation Army Echelon wanted a solution to house the chapters under one umbrella while allowing each club to customize their own site. They chose Skvare based on their expertise in CiviCRM and the added benefit of having all web-related services - web development, hosting and maintenance - provided by one company.
Angie Harmon, Chair of PR & Communications of the Echelon Peoria Advisory Board says,...Read more
Cividesk is one of the leading CiviCRM service providers. Giving Back is a cornerstone of our company culture, and we proudly support many charitable and humanitarian organizations with pro-bono or reduced-cost services. While our Giving back program is usually full, we still have a few Drupal openings this summer and would therefore be glad to support nonprofits that need Drupal work with pro-bono services.
Criteria for being part of the program are simple: being a primarily volunteer-run non-profit organization providing free and secular services to the underprivileged (every word is important!).
If your organization fits these criteria, please drop us a line at email@example.com with your wishes and we might turn them into reality!
Drupal 8 is likely to be released around September. Fuzion have been driving the initiative to have CiviCRM ready to roll when Drupal 8 is released and there have already been some generous sponsors for our work to help get us this far. We have CiviCRM currently working on latest beta, and old friends like Views are working fine and you can give it a try out at http://civid8.fudev.co.nz/.
But there is still lots to do to get Rules, Entities and Webform working. A Make It Happen has just been launched, and you can help progress this work by chipping in here https://civicrm.org/civicrm/contribute/transact?reset=1&id=71, or you can...Read more
This has been my approach (together with CiviCoop) to load test a big site with CiviCRM where most visitors where expected to login.
Let me know if you would agree with this approach or if you have a better alternative.
Every big drupal site needs load testing before going live.
These are the key questions you should have answered in the final stages before deployment:
- How does your infrastructure handle the expected amount of visitors?
- how does it perform with maximum amount of visitors?
- and at what amount of visitors does it start to crumble?
For anonymous load testing there are a number of tools available.
For logged in users there are not so many available.
But what about the sites where logging in is secured using unique tokens per...
For those of you in the New York City area, 16-19 July 2015 is NYC Drupal Camp (pronounced "nice camp"), an annual grassroots non-profit conference run by volunteers. The event covers a broad range of topics related to Drupal. As part of the camp, the developers of the Aegir hosting system have organised the first Aegir Summit, 16-17 July.
For those not familiar with Aegir: it is a control panel based on Drupal and Drush to help automate the installation of Drupal, typically in a multi-site architecture (1 code base, many independant sites). With the provision_civicrm module, Aegir can also automate the installation of CiviCRM. This means that with a few clicks, you can create a new database, install Drupal and CiviCRM, configure the web server and optionally manage the SSL certificate. It also helps...Read more
Thanks to generous contributions from Fuzion and Beat Schnyder from basx GmbH, I was able to put in a few days work over the last month into the Drupal 8 integration module, allowing Drupal 8 and CiviCRM to interoperate.
I had done a large chunk of work of the initial work for this during Google Summer of Code last year but as Drupal 8 has been under heavy development, so much had changed that the module needed to be carefully picked over to bring back into a working state. Over the several days of funding I had, I managed to get both the module and install working against the latest Drupal 8 beta (at the time, beta-9 but now 10 too) and Civicrm 4.6.3 in time for the Denver CiviCon sprint.
You can check out the current state of things (along with all the bugs and so on) here: http://civid8....Read more
When preparing an email newsletter, one part of it that is time consuming is gathering together all the content that is needed. In my experience, virtually all the content already exists elsewhere, such as in the local CMS, in CiviCRM, or on a blog, or some other online source. So I was thinking how can I make this process easier. What I did: I created mail merge tokens for CiviCRM that autofill a list of recent blog posts, stories, or any other type or category of CMS content. So the end-user sees a list of tokens, one for each content type, each term/category, each aggregator feed, and for each date range. Such as "Content of type 'blog' created in the last 7 days" . What is particulary powerful about this approach, is that if you are also using a CMS aggregator (such as the aggregator module in Drupal core) then virually any external RSS feed is turned into CMS content, which is now available as a CiviCRM token. (The original blog post about this extension is at:...Read more