The Week in Drupal: April 4, 2014

Friday, April 4, 2014
Wayne Eaker

A review of interesting modules, articles and other Drupal news of the last week March 28 - April 4, 2014.

Drupal News

Drupal core announcements: This week-ish in Drupal core: April 2, 2014

Drupal Association News: Defining Our Roles in the Drupal Community

Great Posts and Tutorials

Object-oriented page callbacks for Drupal 7

Using Environment Indicator in Drupal 7

Gorgeous Google map canvasses for your Drupal site: just Copy & Paste

Adding a psuedo field in Drupal 7

Drupal Commerce: Quick and Dirty Price & Stock Updater with Editable Views

Drupal Dev Days Szeged, or: Why You Should Attend Every Camp You Can

Project Management and ERP using ERPAL with Manuel Pistner - Modules Unraveled Podcast

Taking the Acquia Certified Drupal Developer exam

Does Acquia Certification give you personal ROI?

Interesting New Modules

Views Private Access - This allows you to define a view's access as private, which means that the view will be displayed only if the first argument equals to the current user ID. There is also a global permission for admins.

Commerce Discount Product Category - Provides condition to allow Commerce Discount to apply based on a product display's attached terms.

ModuleSkeleton - ModuleSkeleton is a command-line tool to generate some of the basics of a Drupal 8 module.

Taxonomy field formatter - Provides a new formatter for "taxonomy term reference" fields to output term fields as rendered entities.

Webform Token Files - Allow files uploaded to a Webform file component to be renamed with patterns from the webform node, submission and the file itself.

Views year month filter - Views filter for year-month combination suitable for use of archive selection.

MailDigest - Allows administrators to setup templates for digests, which are sent periodically to subscribed users by e-mail, when cron runs.

CiviCRM Event Invitations - This module integrates with CiviCRM and makes it easy to send a CiviCRM mass mailing containing details of upcoming events.