Oomph customizes authoring tools for each custom site we build. We always start from the same place and would like to share our “defaults” as well as the steps that you need to take to customize these tools yourself.
Oomph Industry Insights Blog
In a video from New England Drupal Camp, Drupal Architect John Picozzi walks us through the benefits of Drupal 8’s Configuration Management workflow.
It’s that time of year! Several of the Oomph, Inc. team members are preparing for the annual WordPress WordCamp Boston Conference, on October 25th-27th. This year’s Camp takes place at the Microsoft N.E.R.D Center in Cambridge, and is sure to be rife with inspired workshops and lively conversations. WordCamp Boston will feature sessions on WordPress […]
As much as I love WordPress, I admit it has a few things to perfect–one of which is its templates. WordPress templates don’t use template engines, so all the PHP and HTML are added together into a single disjointed file instead of two clean files. Of course, Drupal hasthe same issue, but as Alex and I […]
ht=”356″ />This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend Northeast PHP (@NEPHP). It is a great local web conference put on by several of the major PHP related meetup groups in the region. The talk that really stood out for me was Dependency Management in PHP: Better Late Than Never. The speaker, Sequoia McDowell (@_sequoia), highlighted the […]
This past weekend, Oomph attended two industry events: Northeast PHP in Boston as well as WordCamp Providence. Both events provide an opportunity for local developers to share and gain new knowledge through presentations, workshops, and strategy sessions. We were represented in Boston by Alex Vallejo and Bradley Jacobs, and in Providence by Nick Blanchard. Nick also contributed to […]