Devsaran Drupal Theme

Custom Drupal theme and module development

With an eye for the finest detail, I can take your PSDs and create high quality, cross-browser Drupal themes. I understand the integrity of your design, and will implement it as faithfully as possible as a Drupal theme. As part of this process, I can work with you to find the best way to implement your designs using Drupal's theming system, content types, taxonomy, views, and contributed modules.

Week of doom for the Aviation Industry

Malaysian Boeing

It has been a most disastrous week for the aviation industry, starting with the Malaysian Boeing 777 been shot down over eastern Ukraine, followed by the crash of the passenger plane off Taiwan, now the crash of Air Algerie jetliner on Thursday. Air Algerie is Algeria’s national airline, with flights to 28 countries. Flight 5017 was actually owned by the Spanish company Swiftair and leased by Air Algerie; it was part of the McDonnell Douglas MD-80 family, having twin engines and single aisle.

Yo Yo Yosemite


Way back in May, Apple had announced the next version of OS X Yosemite at WWDC (worldwide developer conference). In spite of the fact that is will be officially released this fall, the company has broken from tradition by offering a pre-release version to the users. With Yosemite, Apple has basically focused on the continuity between OS X and iOS, making them more intertwined functionally. Like the feature Hands off, Yosemite and iOS 8 users will now be able to work seamlessly with their iPad and iPhone.


Will MH 17 air crash be the crash for Putin as well?

Vladimir Putin

President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to expand Russia’s ties with other countries have suffered a crashing blow post the MH17 mishap over eastern Ukraine on the 17th July. Mr. Putin’s popularity in Russia was mostly based on his approach of protecting Russia’s interests. His stance of returning Crimea to Russia, without a fight; along with protecting the ethnic Russians of the southern and eastern Ukraine from the new authorities in Kiev was instrumental in gaining the popularity.


8th iTunes festival in London

On the 21st of July Apple announced the details of the 2014’s iTunes festival. As rightly pointed out by Eddy Cue (Apple’s Senior V.P of Internet Software and Services) the festival is back with bigger and better world class performers and their awesome new acts. He was also right in pointing out that these live shows truly captures the soul of iTunes hence also the music lovers. Music lovers and Apple product owners all over the world, you have the option to watch the performances live or on – demand on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, iTunes or Apple TV through dedicated apps.


Facebook just added a new button, the "Save" button

Facebook Save

The social networking giant Facebook is ever evolving and getting more advanced day by day and the Facebook developers seems to have a streak of button craziness. The frequent privacy and settings changes are usual and they have recently added an array of buttons, and recently Facebook added a cool new feature to their site which lets you save links, places, music, and more if you are short on time. This new feature allows you to bookmark content for future viewing. Every time you visit Facebook, your news feed contains up to 1,500 new posts -- from friends, people you follow, and Pages.


IBM and Apple are ready to end their 3 decades old rivalry

Microsoft IBM

International Business Management, or IBM and Apple are ready to end their 3 decades old rivalry so that they can together provide new software for mobile force, mainly iPad and iPhone. They has signed a deal where IBM will provide Apple products to their customers and both the firms will work together to create tailor made services for Apple, that work on cloud services and data analytic by IBM. Also, Apple will be responsible for providing support for these applications.


Google Glass for Non-Profit Organizations with Ideas

Google Glass

Google on Wednesday contacted 5 non-profit firms and offered them their latest product 'Google Glass' so that they can use the technology for their benefit. The whole program has been named as 'Giving through Glass' and the winners were chosen from over 1300 application received from different charities in U.S. With their ideas on how will they benefit from the still publicly unreleased Google eye-wear. Apart from this, they will also receive $25000 and counseling from Google's engineers about the product.