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Andrei Vesterli

Indrivo Celebrates Drupal by Contributing to the Community

Everyone can benefit from open-source technologies as the concept relies on community-oriented development, open & transparent exchange, and meritocracy. Drupal is a great example of an open-source platform supported and cultivated by a large dedicated community.

As a part of the versatile technological expertise, Indrivo team also specializes in Drupal CMS. We have already provided numerous cutting-edge solutions to various industries, including digital government, retail, education, media, and banking. It is about time to share our experience with the international community of Drupal enthusiasts & professionals.


Sharing is Caring in the Drupal Community

Are you committed to creating exceptional digital experiences? The Drupal Community has over 1.4 million Drupal users in 230 countries that are ready to spend their time reviewing code and testing, it’s like having one-click access to a team of international innovators, developers, and builders. In the meantime, this huge Drupal community is a powerful resource for both newbies and senior developers to get support from other contributors or professionals, as well as to have access to different learning materials and the latest news in the field. But, the most important advantage continues to be a free large library of Drupal modules (Drupal add-ons) supported by the Drupal community, while in many CMS you need to pay for this feature.


Drupal Modules developed by the Indrivo team

Indrivo is eager to inform you that we contributed 2 more modules to the Drupal community. These Drupal modules can help you extend the available Drupal functionalities and improve the development experience.

  •  Events Logger (elogger)  - the module used for tracking all the possible Drupal system events with a variety of features around it. With Events Logger, you can set a system message including tokens for any type of CRUD entity actions or form submissions. Now, all your forms submission data can be logged and tracked for a purpose. Once an entity performs any updates into the fields, it is possible to track it via a diff visualization into the logs listing which gives a transparent view of who, when, and what exactly fields were changed. Use this module to configure which specter of modules you want to track the events, filter them into logs listing and set the specific forms to track the submissions, or just track everything on the site (including custom forms). This module can help export and perform the full CRUD actions to the logs.
  • SMS System – the service used for sending SMS messages. Its features can be used to send SMS messages via a given template using a module token. Templates can be defined as well. You can log any sent SMS and keep track of them. In the meantime, it’s possible to manage it via Drupal views, which means, you can filter/export/paginate, etc. In case of a high load site, you can use an SMS queue list as data will be processed via a cron. There is also a possibility to use a "Test" mode, so, the customer won't spend any money on sending test SMS messages, it’s mostly useful for local development purposes. 

Keep an eye on https://www.drupal.org/indrivo to stay up-to-date with the latest available Drupal modules.

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