The site from the presentation is here:http://bsdemo.drastikbydesign.com
You are more than welcome to poke around, and anyone can request admin credentials to see how things were done.
The modules discussed:
Are you a Drupal developer living in the Denver, CO area and have thought, "Boy, I wish I could create the front end (or at least the structure), while creating the back-end or adding content."?
Now we can!
(well, better at least)
Join me today at Open Media where we'll be talking about using the Bootstrap responsive framework in Drupal, along with a couple helper modules to make your dreams come true.
This is a very simple thing I made when I had to map several fields in feeds that had identical column names in the CSV being imported. In your example.module:
Going to keep this short because I'm late for dinner :)
ResponsiveSlides is an awesome super-lightweight responsive slider plugin: http://responsiveslides.com/
Now it has a Drupal module: https://drupal.org/project/responsiveslides
This is a huge update I've been really excited about. 2 new styles (Sidr, codrops' Multi) are now in the official branch. Many updates that had only been in the -dev branch.
Information about which selector to use per style.
Ability to circumvent jquery_update module need if you want to provide your own.
Accuracy & performance increase on window width check (as if it were slow pffffff).
Go update! https://drupal.org/node/2151023 (full release log on d.o)
The release log:
Clear Context's plugin cache on enable (prevented RM reaction from showing until caches were cleared).
- Sidr added! www.berriart.com/sidr/
- New message above a style's settings indicating which selector should be used (typically ul or parent of ul).
- Made it possible to circumvent jquery_update requirement by selecting "I will provide my own jQuery library." on the settings page.
Still currently in the -dev branch. Responsive Menus 7.x-1.4 will be out once Sidr has been tested more (& new version of Sidr or to determine if there is a way to get 1.2.1 working in Chrome or if it's a problem w/ RM's code).
I am excited for this style to join the Responsive Menus module.
Might have to work on the name "Responsive Multi-Level Menu". I think we'll call it 'codrops multi' in Drupal.
Here is a link to the demo:
This was a big release worth mentioning. Most notable, the addition of Mean Menu style & Context module integration that has been living in -dev for weeks now.
Added hook_responsive_menus_style_info() to declare new styles.