More often than not with nearly all the projects I work on with Appnovation, we're tasked with some degree of updating, redesigning and modernizing an existing web presence, whether that be a dated website, re-modelling a business web presence inline with its evolution or de-commissioning legacy data services. The target result being something new and shiny.
SSL Protocol is supported in both Java and Mule and there is nothing special to be done to make it work. You may run into some trouble with self signed certificates if they are not trusted in the CA on the client side JVM (which in our case the Mule server). Below is a hack to bypass this security check. I highly recommend not using this hack in Production servers. It is just to to make it easier testing code in QA servers without going into the trouble justifying to the Server Admin why you need to install the self signed certificate in the Mule QA servers.
Drupal is used by nonprofits around the world because it provides a low-cost, flexible and scalable platform for any kind of organization. Thousands of Drupal modules and contributions from the community can be leveraged to create custom websites to fit individual needs. Drupal's multilingual capabilities make it especially appealing to organizations serving diverse communities across the g
DrupalCon is the heartbeat of the Drupal community, where important connections are made, improvements to the project happen, and cutting edge knowledge is shared.
We're no stranger to DrupalCon's, and most recently had a great time at DrupalCon New Orleans. Our team was excited to submit sessions for this Con and hope that the luck of the Irish is on our side- with a record-breaking submission count for a European Con - 621!
Throughout the software development world there are many “evangelist” roles who sell the code to the community, but maybe we need the other side? Maybe we need to sell the community to the those who are just there for the code. Drupal is famed for its community, with the slogan “Come for the code, stay for the community”, but as Drupal starts to evolve into a more enterprise platform it’s expected to see more organisations coming for the code, and staying just for the code.
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