Site Audit 4: Track Your Drupal Sites Into the 4th Dimension
About This Webinar
The Site Audit module, a longstanding feature, will soon celebrate its 10th anniversary in June. At the latest DrupalCampNJ, Jon Pugh, Senior Drupal Consultant at Vardot presented this webinar as a maintainer of this module which furnishes an exhaustive analysis of your Drupal site within the web admin, presenting a user-friendly pass-fail view for examination and much more.
In this webinar, you will receive a comprehensive overview of the features, witness a live coding session that involves generating Report and Checks, and partake in the creation of a basic Site Audit dashboard.
Vardot and ThinkDrop worked together to develop and release upcoming update of the Site Audit module. It is now equipped with the capability to not only showcase the reports but also save them over an extended period and transmit them to remote servers. An accompanying "Site Audit Server" module has been introduced, which accepts the reports via a straightforward REST API.
What You'll Learn
Store site audit reports in sites themselves to view changes over time.
Add fields to enhance reports.
Save site audit reports on cron.
Create a central drupal site for storing site audit reports from other sites.
Send site audit reports via REST to the Site Audit Server. Receive custom data and do stuff with it.
Send site audit reports via REST on Cron.
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