I am wary of blogging about blogging, but this deserves a post. I just migrated 645 posts with their comments from Drupal 7 to WordPress 4, using the excellent Drupal2Wordpress script. The script is by Liran Tal, who improved on original script by Robin Singh. (Read more about the script at Liran’s post) It worked […]
I am consulting on a soon-to-be-launch Drupal project. When development started a few months ago, the first key decision was on which Drupal core version will be develop on.
Today I upgraded a wordpress blog to version 2.5.1 and noticed several plugins are also not up-to-date. The plugin upgrade cannot be any easier, with a single click to upgrade each one. No wget, no FTP, just a click. Upgrading Drupal modules require a bit more thinking, with various versions available for each modules, plus […]
While I can't wait to use the new trigger/action features in Drupal 6, I have a feeling it will be a few months before I attempt to upgrade. Apart from Views and CCK not available, the number of issues fixed between RC4 and RC3 looks awfully long to me. This include 17 critical issues, 26 […]
Google Chart API is an elegant way to generate nice graphs for the web, needing neither client-side (Java) nor server-side (e.g. Flex) add-ons. Reliability and latency are usually a concern with any off-site page element, but with Google both should be as small as you could get. Above graphs are generated by calling http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=bvs&chs=350×200&chd=t:100.0,81.0,70.0,64.9,43.3,39.3,27.5&chxt=x,y&chxl=0:|BBL|KTB|SCB|K|BAY|TMB|SCIB|&chxr=1,0,1553283&chtt=Thailand’s Commercial […]