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Integrating Salesforce with Drupal 7

We were recently inspired by Salesforce’s annual “Dreamforce” conference to show how important it is for Drupal websites to integrate with Salesforce. The most common use case for integrating Salesforce with a Drupal site is something like this: Visitors fill out a contact webform on a Drupal website. The data from the form submission is transmitted to Salesforce, where it’s stored as a new record (or "lead" in CRM terms).

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Adobe Announces "Edge"

Adobe recently held an event in San Francisco as part of their Create the Web tour. The tour (and this event in San Francisco) focuses on how Adobe is helping the web move forward, and shows off its cool new Edge product suite that's full of new tools and technologies that enable web designers and developers to create the experiences that push the boundaries of what is possible on the web.

Marker Seven Launches Web Solution for Pearson Education

We're proud to announce the release of one of our latest projects: an integrated web solution for Pearson Media's (part of Pearson Education) online media courses. The solution is a website and application that allows universities and high schools to manage online speech course submissions (of videos and other materials) and grading for the courses.

How NOT to Overlook Large Datasets in Drupal

How to handle big datasets in Drupal is often an overlooked dimension when discussing how to scale Drupal. People typically worry how to scale Drupal's handling of web traffic, but largely ignore discussing what happens when you are faced with loading large amounts of data all at once.

Marker Seven Kicks Off Human Needs Project

The Marker Seven Team recently kicked off a redesign project for the Human Needs Project, a Community Resource Center which provides communities and slums around the world with Clean Water, Public Baths, Sanitation, Clean Energy, a central Information Kiosk, Wifi and a Marketplace where local entrepreneurs connected to a Community Resource Center will produce and sell locally necessary products supported with the latest low-tech, green technology from Berkeley, MIT and Harvard.