Today's Internet world, urges Single Sign On for multiple web applications as an inevitable requirement. It's not an easy task to implement SSO (Single Sign On), if the web applications are developed on different platforms. User authentication and maintenance of user's "logged in session" on web applications, is completely dependent on HTTP cookies.
The idea of an online community has shifted from the goal of basic social exchanges to indispensable vehicles for high-tech professional users with the goal of accomplishing high-value collaborative endeavors.
The AWS SDK provides API for multipart upload of large files to Amazon S3. We upload large images by part using this API. Multi part API divides large object into small objects, uploaded it to amazon independently. After upload completes it assembles into single object.
Data losses and financial information theft happen at astounding rates and costs in millions. In fact, US alone records $525 million in losses as per Statista estimates. The proliferation of mobile applications has uncovered additional vulnerabilities, with poor security practices of users compounding the rate of occurrence of cyber crime.
LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, which was designed to store and access data centrally. It can be used to store any kind of information, but usually it is used for centralized authentication system (SSO). In some cases, it works similar to relational databases. The main difference is the hierarchical structure in data relation.
Being one of the few comprehensive CMS’ available today, Drupal continues to be the most preferred brand for building websites. From personal blogs to high-security government sites, Drupal is the favored choice when it comes to building high-performance websites. Till date, Drupal powers over 2.2% of the websites running globally.
In one of my project I want to create user roles programmatically and the role should be enable and disable while module install and uninstall process. So first of all I need to create a YAML file based on the user role name with necessary definitions. The name of the YAML file should be the format user.role.sample.yml. Here sample is my user role id. To make the role enable and disable while module installation and uninstall we have to add dependency with enforced property.
Drupal has been one of the most preferred choice of CMS all over the world. The main reason for the success of Drupal is that it is a deadly combination of core functionality as well as open source roots. Along with this, Drupal can provide you with all the necessary upgrades and add-ons which can help in bringing your digital business forward.
On 31st October 2016, Prime Minister of India, Sri Narendra Modi inaugurated the digital exhibition “Uniting India: Sardar Patel” including the web portal, http://sardarpatel.nvli.in/ at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.
Having a powerful CMS like Drupal is just the foundation for organizations to boost their digital presence. Today, business and public sectors are looking for more than just a website, they want a complete platform that enables digital marketing too. Inbound marketing is making sweeping changes in the way content of a website is viewed. An increasing percentage of site visitors are converted to contacts, leads and ultimately to business generated.
Webmasters of e-commerce websites are always looking for innovative solutions. Drupal is a robust CMS that has become the CMS of choice for e-commerce web applications. Drupal e-commerce websites can be scaled up easily because of its modular nature and flexibility.
I want to programmatically create taxonomy vocabulary and it should be enabled and disabled while module install and uninstall process. So first of all I have created a YAML file based on the vocabulary name with necessary definitions.
In this article lets see how to import and export translation strings to Drupal site. Drupal uses the .po (portable object) and .pot (portable object template) extensions for the translation files. Difference between .po and .pot files: