This is part 2 of this blog series. Part 1 covers setting up Grunt and Browsersync, this part will focus on expanding what we created in part 1. It will focus on adding image compression to our Grunt setup. The methods used for image compression aren’t super important but setting up a watcher and using the newer Grunt plugin can be useful for many other things.
As responsive design becomes more important with each passing day; it becomes essential to find an efficient way to test your site on as many screen sizes as possible. In the past, responsive design testing meant running around the office and borrowing as many devices as you could. Loading up the site on each and testing individually.
I dug this video out of the archives from the first DrupalCamp Michigan in 2011. While many Drupal developers have a lot of success building websites without a coding environment more complex than a text editor many times more serious tools are required. My presentation below gives users a basic introduction to debugging Drupal and how you can get started within no more than an hour worth of effort.
When National Geographic Networks needed a new Drupal site to preview their shows for advertisers, they turned to the Drupal experts at Commercial Progression.