In the coming weeks, you can expect a series of changes going into the development pipeline to support the CiviCRM-Drupal 8 integration. Individually, these will seem unrelated and disjoint - they may not explicitly reference “D8”. I wanted to spend a moment to discuss the concept which ties them together: the clean install process, which will make Civi-D8 an equal member of the Civi CMS club and a good base for continued development and maintenance.
Come along to the Sydney CiviCRM Meetup, Thurs Aug 1st 2019 6PM!
This second meetup of the year leaves no stone unturned on Contacts, the primary entity in the CiviCRM database, and we look forward to your participation whether it be to learn, share your experiences with others, raise questions or join the discussion.
Cividesk is offering our 2-hour online training for new users on Events on Thursday, August 8th at 10 am MT/12 pm ET.
Come along to the second meetup of 2019, a workshop style session discussing challenges submitted by attendees in advance.
This session will focus on 'Contacts' - we invite participants to 'lead' on a topic, and share your experiences with the group.
Although it seems an obvious topic, there's a lot more to Contacts than meets they eye, and being the primary 'entity' in the CiviCRM database, a lot hangs on getting them right.
For starters, over 200 Drupal 8 sites already run CiviCRM! This post is based on my own research and conversations with those involved, and is intended to be informative and encouraging. As you may know, CiviCRM works with no less than four CMS at the moment, including three versions of Drupal, two 'officially'. Understandably with Drupal 7 end-of-support scheduled for Nov 2021, there has been recent discussion amongst
Join Cividesk instructor Susan Engeman for the Fundamentals of Membership Management on Tuesday, July 23rd at 2 pm PT/ 3 pm MT/ 5 pm ET (Wed. July 24th 7 am AEST) for a two hour interactive online training to get you started with CiviMember.
Two aspects of CiviCRM’s broad roadmap involve improving the user interface and adopting a flexible form builder, both of which are well underway. In some cases, there’s overlap in the end product in that work on one or the other results in an overall better user experience. That’s the case with work that’s currently underway that addresses CiviCRM’s export interface.