Apache Solr Search
Drupal Sun was inspired by the way tools like Google Reader and Feedly take feeds and make them easy to read.
Evolving Web used Drupal to develop a dynamic CMS for Travelocity's AllHotels.com website. AllHotels is a reservation website used by thousands of customers to book hotels around the world.
The undergraduate course calendar displays a huge amount of content from McGill's internal databases including over 10,000 courses and over 400 programs.
211 San Diego is a public service organization that provides phone support and information to San Diego residents. It collaborates with a wide variety of programs and services in the San Diego area including shelters and clinics.
You're probably reading this blog post right now from Drupal Planet. We all know that Drupal Planet is an amazing resource: we use it to keep up with the latest developments in Drupal, find tutorials, and stay connected with the community. However, the limitations of Drupal Planet can be frustrating. During my first month working at Evolving Web, I helped develop an alternative user interface for finding Drupal Planet content called Drupal Sun, which we're launching today.
Drupal and ApacheSolr are a great combination. Drupal provides the infrastructure for managing content, taxonomies, and users. Solr provides a scalable search index, allowing for results to be dynamically faceted so users can narrow down their results.
The McGill University Health Centre is one of Canada's leading health care organizations. It includes a network of five hospitals and is currently undergoing a major redevelopment project in the Montreal area.
Evolving Web had an awesome time at Drupal Design Camp this weekend. It was a great success with hundreds of Drupal designers, themers, developers, and site builders in attendance from the northeastern states and beyond.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), is one of the most comprehensive university health centres in North America. It includes a network of five major hospitals and is both a patient and research-oriented organization.
Recently, I've been working on the search interface for McGill University's course catalog. The University wants to allow students to browse courses at friendly URLs like:
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