We organize a local Drupal user group in Munich.
We are a bronze sponsor for the Drupal Business and Community Days in Heidelberg.
We are a platinum sponsor for European Drupal Business Days 2017 in Frankfurt.
We are "Da Oide" sponsors for DrupalCamp Munich 2016
We are a platinum sponsor for DrupalCamp Cape Town 2016
We are a rainbow sponsor for DrupalCamp Berlin 2014.
Wir haben das legendäre Drupal-Camping 2013 als Gold-Sponsoren unterstützt.
Neues Theme für Drupal.de erstellt. Blogbeitrag lesen
We organize and host our local Drupal User Group.
We were part of the DrupalCon Munich development team.
We were happy to sponsor DrupalCon London.
We help sponsor development for Rules in Drupal 8.
Some of our team members are Drupalcenter admins and help upgrade the site to Drupal 7.
Busy is a theme targeted mainly at corporate sites. It was created to be a Drupal 7 core theme and is now a contributed theme for Drupal 7 and 8.
The Knowledge Graph Module allows to build schemas from schema.org using the field ui. A schema can be used to map content type fields and properties as a schema property and output it as JSON-LD in the HTML head.
This module allows for limiting menu items per menu to a certain amount.
A contribution to Drupal Commerce. The module adds the possibility to send the order data to the Google Analytics service.
Panel pane suggestions allows you to easily define additional template suggestions for panel.
Simple hierarchical select defines a new form widget for taxonomy fields to select a term by "browsing" through the vocabularies hierarchy. The widget is available in node forms and as Views exposed filter.
Multi-path autocomplete changes some input field for entering paths to an autocomplete text field so users do not need to know the internal system path but simply can enter the title of the page to link to.
This module allows you to combine the output of Views fields separated by a custom text.
Did you ever want to react on webform submission using rules but couldn't find the proper event?
Webform Rules makes it possible to catch webform submissions by rules and do whatever you'd like to do with it (meaning: do whatever rules let you do with it).
Allows you to set up multiple steps in your node form. For each step you can define which fields should be included in this step. "Fields" includes core-fields like "Title", "Body" or "Authoring information" as well as fields defined by other modules (e.g. Date).
Alter search API server settings exported to Features within your settings.php.
Provides utilities for controlling the module status of all modules in a given installation by a single Drush command.