When writing code in an agency, you would expect that the code will be passed around various members of the team. If each developer wrote code differently, this could quickly get confusing and hard to read. This is why Numiko have Coding Standards that each Developer should follow when writing their code which ensures all code is structured and looks the same.
CRUD, which stands for CREATE, READ, UPDATE and DELETE, are the main functions that can be used within a Database. Different users may have different CRUD Cycles, based on the purpose of the system, e.g. A Student Database would be used to Create new Student Details, Read Existing ones, Update Student Details and Delete the details when students leave the school. In SQL, the corresponding Read more about CRUD[…]
I created Object Maps for my Smashing Events Project. The Object Map shows a list of Entities that would be used throughout the site, the Fields that each Entity would include and how the Entities link together. You can see this below: From this, you can see my Event Content Type. You can see all Read more about Entity Relationships[…]
“The Drupal Coding Standards apply to code within Drupal and its contributed modules…All new code should follow the current standards, regardless of (core) version. “ Drupal Coding Standards are a set of guidelines, in which Drupal expects you to follow when writing code. They were first introduced to improve readability, make code more maintainable and Read more about Drupal Coding Standards[…]
At the Weekend, several of us Apprentices attended a Drupal Conference in Manchester which was ran by NWDUG. An Unconference is the complete opposite to a Conference. At a Conference, a schedule is usually decided before the event and the whole day is structured around these talks. At an Unconference, there is no agenda and Read more about Drupal Uncon Manchester – November 17[…]