When the design is validated, SCROL enters the development phase, an autonomous phase where the customer does not intervene or intervenes little. If necessary, at the start of development, SCROL takes care of recovering your database (SQL database, Excel file, Access, any spreadsheet, ...) and harmonizes the data to make them usable by Drupal.
SCROL teaches Drupal. Web trainer since 2013 at FIM CCI Formation (Saint-Lô, Manche), SCROL shares its knowledge about the CMS Drupal to several sectors in Multimedia, level Bac + 3 to Bac + 5. Through a concrete example, the learners create during the whole course (over 3 or 4 days) a site under Drupal from A to Z, by creating a type of personalized content, by manipulating the taxonomy, by creating Views with relations and context filters, by arranging content display with Display Suite, by creating a sub-theme to best adjust the appearance of their site, etc.
From the moment the site is published, the work is not finished. Indeed, Drupal is a living ecosystem with frequent updates of modules and Drupal core. And it's not just about pressing an Update button. When a module is updated, SCROL always checks for proper operation and good communication with the Drupal core and all other installed modules. In the event of a problem, SCROL looks for a solution (patch), delays the update and shares the problem to the developers in order to participate in the optimization of the Drupal tool.
SCROL provides its client with a first beta version of the site, a functional version as close as possible to the expected result. At this stage, the customer is invited to test all the functions he had requested and to visit all the pages of the site to check texts, media, etc. After a period determined in agreement with both parties, the client provides feedback to SCROL to comment and correct the work. SCROL includes the desired modifications and offers as soon as possible a new beta version to be tested, until the complete agreement of the customer.