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New Extension - CiviCRM Online WorldPay Payment Processor

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

The Salvation Army Echelon: Managing Multiple Chapters Within One Site

The Salvation Army Echelon, the official young adult auxiliary of The Salvation Army, is the product of an idea that begun in Dallas, Texas in 2010. What started out as a small junior women’s auxiliary meeting monthly at private residences is now a rapidly-growing, nationally branded organization boasting more than 300 diverse members, female and male, ranging in age from 21 to 35, and hailing from universities around the country.

Stunning website with an emphasis on member promotion

The Sustainable Furnishings Council is an educational and marketing organization, promoting healthy environments, inside and outside.  The council promotes sustainable practices among furniture manufacturers, retailers, and consumers alike. 
 

Pro-bono Drupal work available

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.

Drupal 8 and CiviCRM - the countdown continues

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/.

Load test Drupal and CiviCRM with LoadImpact

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:

16-19 July 2015: NYC Drupal Camp, Aegir Summit and CiviCRM turn-key hosting

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.

Give CiviCRM on Drupal 8 a test out

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.

Easier creation of email newsletters - New version

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.

Using Views Bulk Operations to alter CiviCRM data

Views, VBO and CiviCRM Entities modules provide an interface for bulk updating Civi data; updating Participant status for attendees 'at the door', entering 'end dates' for multiple Relationships, etc.

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