The appeal of building generic, framework solutions is undeniable - but at some point it has to stop. The specific use case needs to be solved. Realizing when to stop is tricky and crossing the line is tempting.
The second post in a series that explores Drupal entities. While in the first post we look at how we got to where we are in this post we try to give some more depth to the definition of what is an entity and discuss where and when they should be used.
One of the biggest changes at the architecture level of Drupal 7 is the introduction of entities as an abstraction for content. In these series of blog posts I take a look at how Entities came to be, what are they exactly and how they can be used in modules. This first post goes looks at how entities landed in Drupal 7.
Finally upgraded istos.it to a full Drupal website after having it as a Wordpress website for a long time. A definite departure from working on both Drupal and Wordpress , to focusing solely on Drupal.