I thought I'd share a cool tool that a developer buddy of mine introduced me to called Avocode. This tool allows you to do a few handy things as a front end developer that make quick work of developing a site's styles. Their web interface is adequate and intuitive. If you've ever opened Photoshop for 5 minutes you're basically good to go generically. Create a project, upload and start clicking around. So I got a trial and hesitantly gave it a shot not expecting much but was pleasantly surprised.
Imagine the following scenario: You’re in a board room of a non-technical medium to large sized company. There’s a decision maker, their consultant (usually the networking guy) and a business analyst / assistant. The team wants to redo their huge website which will require a good amount of custom programming.
There is always a gap between information and users and with IoT devices being all the rage, developers face a new set of challenges. But with the powers of Drupal and a little bit of play, anything is possible. This post is supplimental to the embeded video which covers how to connect your Drupal site to the Google Home and Amazon Alexa. I finally got this talk online, bare with me I’m a little new to doing screencasts but I’m having fun. Hopefully you find the talk helpful and can build off of these ideas with Drupal!