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.
Your Membership Site Needs a ChangeThinking about a new CiviCRM deployment for your new membership site is a promising sign that you are in tune with the growing needs of your team and your membership.
In 2021 we created a website containing Use Cases that show CiviCRM’s possibilities in combination with different CMS’s.
The 2021 annual report for the CiviCRM Core Team is now live at https://civicrm.org/annual-report just in time for the Community Round Tables tomorrow.
CiviCRM version 5.45.0 is now out and ready to download. This is a regular monthly release. Upgrade now for the most stable CiviCRM experience:
Combining the power of Drupal Commerce with the flexibility of CiviEvent, Skvare’s team of experts developed the Commerce CiviCRM Event Registration module allowing website managers to build a storefront that includes both events and merchandise.
Just a quick heads up that the next Community Round Table will be on 18 January 2022. These are intended to be informal community meetings (open to all) with the Core Team and Community Council. There's no formal agenda, however typcially it looks something like:
No two events are alike. From conferences to performances, the need for event registration is as different as the activities. That’s why Skvare’s expert developers have contributed the Event Registration Button Label extension for CiviCRM.
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.