Back in September 2019, we had announced a plan to upgrade the content management system (CMS) running the civicrm.org website, as well as plans to make civicrm.org available in many languages. Today I'm happy to announce that we have reached a major milestone: most of the static content, user logins, blogs and many CiviCRM forms are now being served from Drupal8.
CiviContact for Android and iOS released. Manage CiviCRM contacts, groups, activities on your device
Hi CiviCRM community, I hope to bring a smile to all your faces with this simple announcement
CiviContact for Android and iOS has been released! This is a mobile app design to allow you to easily connect and manage CiviCRM contacts, groups, activities on your own device.
Here's a quick overview of the features:
Let's share stories, ideas and code. Containers are good for sharing.
Like all interesting questions, this has three worthwhile answers: yes, no, and maybe. Let's explore them all.
In 1992, there was a little known new thing called the world wide web. By 1995, it was a "thing". Now, what exactly do those quotes do to the word "thing"? And what does this have to do with "entities"? Cue my favorite programming joke.
Introducing WordPress Content Views for CiviCRM which uses the new Data Processor extension for CiviCRM to provide easy to design and beautiful layouts and listings of CiviCRM information on your WordPress website.
This blog post explains how you could insert data from a CSV file into CiviCRM. We use Pentaho Data Integration to read the CSV file and to call a Form Processor in CiviCRM.
This blog post is an example and when you follow the steps described in this post you can run the same import as me.
Pentaho is a tool to extract and transform data.
The form processor is an extension to create end points for forms in CiviCRM. Those end points can then be called through the api.
Ever been stuck wanting to change the relationships for a membership type? Have we got a solution for you!
In CiviCRM currently, if a Membership Type has Membership records in CiviCRM there is no way in the CiviCRM administration interface to change the Relationship Types that will be used to inherit this membership. We now have an CiviCRM extension which solves this problem.