The Drupal 8 Configuration Read-only module allows you to lock down some of your environments to prevent users from making configuration changes. This lets you use the Drupal 8 configuration management system to push up all your changes, while preventing you from changing any settings, content types, views, or any other configuration on your production website.
In part 2 of the 3 part series, we are looking at how get a Drupal website and database setup and running. If you followed part one, you will remember we are doing this all on our local environment using MAMP. As the video will show, we begin by going to Drupal.org/project/drupal and downloading the newest version of Drupal. At the time of this DDoD, Drupal is at version 7.36.
It’s our 200th episode! For this video, I wanted to take a look at how to set up a local development system and then configure that to build a Drupal 7 site. In this video, I show you how to download MAMP, a local solution stack. For those not familiar with MAMP, MAMP stands for Mac OSX, Apache, MySQL, and Php. This full stack allows you to run a server on your local computer.
The big 100th episode! In this episode I go over my company's Drupal development environment (http://beginr.com). I discuss how we use Aegir (http://www.aegirproject.org/) to manage and deploy our Drupal websites. I also mention how the development process works using development and live environments spread across multiple servers dedicated to hosting Drupal websites. I mention what operating systems we use along with my personal preference for browsers.
One thing I didn't mention is that I use Komodo Edit for my code editor. I think it is pretty awesome.
Nov 14, 2014 - Update My development environment and process has changed drastically over the last few years. However, take a look at the 5 Secrets to Becoming a Drupal 7 Ninja Ebook as I cover setting up you Drupal Development Process extensively.