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Free Drupal Best Practices and Training at NYC Camp from FFW

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We’ve had a busy summer so far and the next stop on our whirlwind summer lineup is NYC Camp where we are proud lead partners. We hope you’ll join us at this Drupal based open source camp. It’s FREE and open to anyone who is interested in learning more about open source software.

Building Native Apps - Part 6

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Building Native Mobile Apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal Back-End: Show and Create Comments.

Hello, my reader, today I will add the final functionality to our mobile app for a blog website.

Building Native Apps - Part 5

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Building Native Mobile Apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal Back-end: Add User Authentication

Today I will show how to authorize a user in your mobile app with a Drupal website.

Building Native Apps - Part 4

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Building native mobile apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal back-end: request data from Drupal

Define app constants

Now we have a REST server from which we will get all required data for our application.

Building Native Apps - Part 3

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Building native mobile apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal back-end: configure Drupal REST server

Today, we continue to build our mobile app with Ionic Framework.

Building Native Apps - Part 2

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Building native mobile apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal back-end: Starting a new Ionic Project

Planning app structure

Today, we continue the process of building our first Android app with Ionic Framework and Drupal 7 back-end.

Building Native Apps - Part 1

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Building native mobile apps with Ionic Framework and Drupal back-end: Setup Development Environment

Today, a large amount of web traffic comes from mobile device users.

All About Agile and Scrum

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Around 2001, Agile and Scrum exploded into the collective consciousness of software development as alternate methodologies for software development, in contrast to planning-heavy, sequential approaches, such as waterfall.