Drupal Distribution: Opigno LMS

It allows to very easily create engaging learning pathsassess the knowledge of students, employees or partners, and monitor their achievements thanks to the reporting dashboards. It offers innovative features like adaptive learning depending on the user’s results, automatic skill management, a mobile application, and much more…

  • manage training paths organized in courses, modules, and activities
  • configure adaptive learning paths
  • manage and ensure skill acquisition by students
  • assess students thanks to varied quizzes
  • manage blended learning by combining online modules with in-house sessions and virtual classrooms
  • award certificates to successful students
  • sell your trainings online
  • facilitate interactions thanks to live meetings, forums and chats
  • and much more!

Opigno LMS is fully compliant with SCORM (1.2 and 2004 v3) and Tin Can (xAPI).

It integrates the innovative H5P technology, making possible to create rich interactive training contents.

Source: Opigno LMS

Migrating content to Drupal using CSV

Drupal 8 content migrations from CSV or spreadsheet, full tutorial. Learn to import complex data from CSV in 20 minutes, example code included.

Drupal 8 content migrations from CSV or spreadsheet

Time to start thinking about this.

Using Gastby.js as a front end for Drupal… And other CMS’s

Gatsby is a really fast React-based static site generator. You can use it to create a static site, with content pulled from Drupal and other content management systems.

Source: Decoupling Drupal with Gatsby | Evolving Web

While it seem odd to think about using a static website generator like Gatsby as a front end to a dynamic content system like Drupal, it does make sense to give this a try if your CMS is driving a basic brochure-ware site or you need to spin up a mini site for an event, product, or service. This step-by-step article walks you through getting this going on Drupal 8. With some creative thinking this could work for Drupal 7 and WordPress too.

“Drupalgeddon2” touches off arms race to mass-exploit powerful Web servers | Ars Technica

“Drupalgeddon2” touches off arms race to mass-exploit powerful Web servers | Ars Technica https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/04/drupalgeddon2-touches-off-arms-race-to-mass-exploit-powerful-web-servers/

Integrating Amazon Alexa With a Drupal 8 Site | Mediacurrent


If you’ve ever used Alexa, it may seem like it must be extremely complicated to get her to respond like she does. However, if you have your content inside Drupal, it’s not terribly difficult to get her to utilize that data for your own custom Alexa skill. Let’s take a look at how to accomplish that.

Source: Integrating Amazon Alexa With a Drupal 8 Site | Mediacurrent

This looks easy enough. What if my Drupal site is publishing the latest court opinions? I wonder if Alexa would read those to me.

Contenta is an API-First Drupal distribution. It’s all about the content.

One of the conclusions of DrupalCon Baltimore was that Drupal 8 has impressive tools to build a decoupled application. However, assembling all the tools together and setting them up correctly can be a little bit daunting. On top of that, once you have everything set up you need to figure out the ins and outs of your front-end project.

With this in mind, Contenta CMS is born to make your content happy. Contenta CMS is the response of the community to build an API-First Drupal distribution. The goals of Contenta are simple: provide a standard platform that is API ready along with demo content and example front-end applications. In summary, Contenta intends to ease the pain of using, or simply trying, decoupled Drupal.

Source: Message from the Contenta CMS community group

Drupal 8 Development in Docker – Redux – ActiveLAMP

Back in December, Tom Friedhof shared how we set up our Drupal 8 development and build process utilizing Docker. It has been working well in the several months we have used it and worked within its framework. Within the time-span however, we experienced a few issues here and there which led me to come up with an alternative process which keeps the good things we like and getting rid of/resolving the issues we encountered.

Source: Drupal 8 Development in Docker – Redux – ActiveLAMP

3rd Hackcess to Justice hackathon winners include app built on #Drupal8

After two days of brainstorming and collaboration in North Carolina’s capital city, lawyers, students and coders developed legal apps to aid farm workers, streamline legal aid cases and evaluate legal

The $500 third place prize went to Michael Silverman, a developer. His submission of a Legal Aid eligibility test is intended to provide a simple, easy to use, mobile friendly interface that allows individuals to learn if they are eligible for legal aid by answering a few questions. Silverman plans to continue to work on the app to be accessible through voice prompts which will be translatable to different languages.

 

Source: App to aid migrant workers wins 3rd Hackcess to Justice hackathon :: ABA Journal

That third place prize went to an app built on Drupal 8 as a custom module. That’s pretty cool. All of the projects worked on are on the Hackcess To Justice submission page.