Second day of DrupalCamp Pannonia - Sessions

The second day, the first session is starting, everybody is still dizzy from the party the night before, but Stefan from 1xInternet woke us all up with his inspiring presentation.

In this presentation, we learned about React Native combined with decupled Drupal. How Stefan and his team made e-commerce subscription service for ordering meals “Eldum”. 

He showed us the working demo of desktop and Android version.
It was about time to rebuild the whole system from D7 in D8 combined with React Native.
We had a sneak peek of an overview of backend solutions they made.

Full presentation here:


Commerce Guys - Bojan Živanović one of the lead developers told us about some history of Drupal Commerce and about future they are headed.

The community is huge around this distribution, more than 1k people are on #Slack channel.

Akademika was one of the examples where Commerce serving more than 10 million products.

Another example was ZKungFu fast food chain, with over 1 billion dollars revenue each year, all the orders are going through Drupal Commerce.
We have also learned about, taxes, payment methods, coupons… and we saw a glimpse of “Layout Builder”.


After very needed coffee break Valery Lourie from FFW Agency talked  about application of machine learning algorithms to content management.
Very popular theme these days. Valery told us about machine learning algorithms. His presentation is based on a Standford university course. Key points from the session are: What is machine learning, Supervised learning, Linear regression, Online learning.

One of the usages of this technique is an algorithm for determining whether some product deserve to be in the “Featured” product list on the homepage of an e-commerce site. Learn more about it by watching the video.ž

You can see full presentation here:


Right after Valery was Kristijan from WS Agency.

Kristijan didn't have time to prepare his presentation, but his speech was helpful in every possible way, you should definitely hear it.

Pain process and steps every company must take when trying to practice an agile way of doing things.
Kristijan shared the experience with the agile coach they had, how the thing got better and sometimes worst.

Overall this was real life presentation how Kanban or Scrum are used in the production when you have one client, big project or when you have maintenance work to do.

The conclusion is that Agile is not perfect, you must learn, adapt, change, mix, and always to strive to be better as a whole team together.

You can see full presentation here:


And last but not the least well known Mladen Đurić and Drupal, Docker, Composer, Gulp, oh my! 

Mladen focused on local development on our machines. 

He went into great detail to explain how Docksal, an all-purpose web-development environment based on Docker and Docker Compose, can help you with easily creating fully containerized environments for your projects.

Another topic of his presentation was about Gulp, and how easy it is to produce something, whatever it is.