We love working on things that can make a difference to the lives of ordinary people. That's why we are happy when we can join projects that matter. One of them was Applications Autisme - web platform which mission is to help people with autism fight with their disabilities.
Applications Autisme contains online directory of mobile applications that - through excercises of basic skills like manual skills, listening or counting - help people with autism work on their disabilities. It's very important in their therapy.
Tom D. Jones and Jones Photography are home pages of professional photographers. From webmaste's perspective, they act as one site, but for customers they are visible as two, separate websites, available at separate webpages.
This site utilizes modern responsive design. This means that it works well both on desktops, tablets as well as smartphones.
I'm a big fan of single-sign on (SSO) systems. Keeping one account secure and up-to-date is much easier than dealing with hundreds of logins and passwords for hundreds of sites. Fortunately, many of our clients agree with that and introduce single-sign on mechanisms on their sites and apps.
The most popular choice for SSO nowadays is to use Facebook as identity provider. Fortunately, Facebook authentication is quite well supported by Drupal.
I was recently on DrupalCamp Wrocław, where some people suggested that we should share at least part of our experience with MS technologies. We are working on a big project, where we have to use Microsoft technologies - namely Windows Server 2012, MS SQL Server and IIS. The system we build is big and complex - and Drupal is just one of the modules there. We faced many issues which need to be solved before our production system starts.
In one of our projects, we needed a Drupal solution for event registrations. We had events with multiple occurrences (dates) and needed to allow multiple registrations for each user and control allocation of free slots. We've decided to use Drupal with Entity Registration module. It's great solution, but you must keep in mind a few important issues.
If you want to fetch content from remote sites that are not supported by standard Feeds fetching plugins, you must probably write custom PHP code to achieve this. Feeds PHP Fetcher simplifies this task by allowing you to enter PHP code directly into Drupal interface, without the complex work of writing custom module and implementing your own Feeds Fetcher plugin.
Standard Geolocation Field in Drupal 7 allows displaying of content only as a static image, using static Google Maps API. This solution is very limited: users can't scroll the map, zoom it nor change display type. I've implemented a patch which allows you to replace this image with dynamic, scrollable and zoomable map, which you know from many sites (including http://maps.google.com :) ).