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whilst traditional REST is the more popular approach for fetching data, it may not be the best in solving many of the problems of handling hierarchical data. In comes GraphQL, a database querying language built by Facebook, to solve the limitations of REST - which may include overfetching, under fetching, multiple round-trips, and versioning issues.

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Sometimes the need arises to include a list of upcoming events, recent news or job postings. The problem that sometimes occurs is the data exists on another site as an XML document. Now, you could use Feeds and periodically import those into your site as nodes and then have them set to expire (because you wouldn’t want to keep these forever). But that would take up space in your database and there’s no need for that level of complexity or trouble. - See more at: https://www.mediacurrent.com/blog/can-views-use-external-xml-source#sthash.xBmRMRWM.dpuf

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Yes, there is a version jump compared to the previous 7.44 release; this is to indicate that this Drupal 7 point release is a bit larger than past ones and makes a few more changes and new features available than normal.

Updating your existing Drupal 7 sites is recommended. Backwards compatibility is still being maintained, although read on to find out about a couple of changes that might need your attention during the update.

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Instead of a slideshow, why not choose a perfect image that represents your brand? A single image, with or without overlay text, can have a powerful and direct impact on your users. With a single image, your message is very clear. If you need to change that message for any reason, just change the image or overlay text. - See more at: https://www.mediacurrent.com/blog/alternatives-slideshows#sthash.yMISf77m.dpuf

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Example of an update hook and a batch update for Drupal 8. Also, a more sane "body field".

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Yeah, that place was awesome. Sigh.


If you missed it somehow, there used to be a multi-use art/music/discussion/co-working/tech/café space located on Central Boulevard (between what's now Soco and Baoery). It closed in 2013, after two or three years of readings, film screenings, music, broomstick pony races, panels, pop-up dinners and whatever else its revolving band of creative staffers (including Darren McDaniel, Pat Greene, Brendan O'Connor, Shaina Anderson, Kim Britt, Dina Mack and many more we are no doubt forgetting) could pull off.

Today we hear that the space is returning to its roots. Before Urban Rethink, there was Urban Think, an independent bookstore, and now local publisher Burrow Press announces that they will host a pop-up BP store

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the absolute and vital component to any fringe's success rests in a city’s many different communities collectively feeling that it belongs to them. This is the critical nut to be built up from that foundation where the locals have a feeling of ownership, making them proud to have this cultural asset on their doorstep and thus celebrate the role it plays in enhancing and enriching the lives of those who live there.

If a fringe festival can get the hard part right – getting people to attend, take a chance on a show, and spend their hard-earned cash on a ticket – then there is a vital social purpose, too.

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The perceptoscope is an augmented reality device for fixed locations. Before getting too much into the specifics, imagine that you could walk up to a perceptoscope placed near the Empire State building. You look through the eye pieces and you see the city as it was before the building was constructed. At the flip of a switch you can watch the building take shape right in front of you. All this, with true 3D vision and motion tracking.

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In the above video, the Flow Machine developed by François Pachet at Sony CSL-Paris has been fed Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”, and then asked to orchestrate “cover versions” following the rules set down by a genre–say bossa nova or electronic chill music–or a song itself, in this case being the Beatles’ “Penny Lane.”

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