Mastering Drupal Views #1: Build a searchable database in one hour with no coding required!

Michael Nolan, Open Source Software Developer and Educator

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11 Videos (1h 8m)
    • Series and Course Introduction

      3:59
    • Views Module Concepts

      12:38
    • How to Configure the Views Module

      5:55
    • Configure a content type for the view

      7:22
    • Create content for the View

      4:47
    • Building the View: Initial Configuration

      2:31
    • Building the View: Add fields + Initial Field Setup

      11:00
    • Building the View: Final Styling for the Unformatted List Page

      5:06
    • Building the View: Table Format

      8:51
    • Building the View: Grid Format

      4:37
    • Epilogue and Student Challenge

      1:28

About This Class

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Mastering Drupal Views

This class is the first in the "Mastering Drupal Views" series, which will take you through all the features of the Views module, and through many useful helper modules.

Course Objective

For this class, you will build your first View, the searchable list. We will be building this list in the "unformatted list," "table," and "grid" formats, and in so doing you will be introduced to the "left and center" of the Views admin panel.

During the course we will also look at basic styling of the view, using what is generated by Views itself. Additional styling will be covered in a later course.

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Michael Nolan

Open Source Software Developer and Educator

About Me

I am a husband, web development manager at the National Athletic Trainers' Association, and the owner of a small startup that develops and maintains open source software projects. I teach on the in-demand skills I use daily in regular work, to empower others to automate mundane tasks and free up time for high-impact work.

Open Source

Open Source is usually associated with software, but can refer to any situation where one or more people make their ideas publicly available for others to take and improve upon. I have a great deal of optimism for the ability of open sourced technology to lower the cost of access to virtually anything one could need. I work with open source software, but hope to expand to open source manufacturing.