There's quite a few information available on how to install Apache Solr for your Drupal website. One of the best places to start is the Apache Solr Search Integration module documentation page. In this post I will gather all the bits and pieces for installing Solr in Tomcat on one specific platform: Snow Leopard. This is the platform I'm developing Drupal sites on and the great thing is it has all the needed Java stuff built in, so it's quite easy to install Solr and Tomcat. This method might work on some other systems too having Java 1.6 (with mostly some minor adjustments) but I've not tested this. Installing Apache Solr in Tomcat for Drupal on Snow Leopard | Drupal coder
Adding Pager Navigation to Nodes in Drupal 7 | Urban Insight Blog My father, a part time sculptor, recently asked me to build him a website to showcase his work. Sensing an opportunity to learn some new Drupal 7 tricks, I agreed. Being a fairly simple site with a few pages and an image gallery, the site was completed in a few days…almost. When I was at a stopping point, I asked my wife to click through the site, thinking she might pick up on some usability issues that I missed. Sure enough, she did.
Nous venons de lancer notre premier projet sous Drupal 7. Autant dire que nos découvertes sont à la hauteur de nos espérances. Drupal 7 est réellement une petite merveille. Même s'il en manque encore quelques uns, tous les modules importants de la communauté sont maintenant disponibles. C'est pourquoi nous vous proposons un premier bilan, étayé sur plus de deux ans d'expérience sous Drupal 6 et adapté aux nouveautés de Drupal 7.
Jay Callicott | Product Manager, Lead Architect Introduction to Jay’s Summer List There are literally thousands of modules available on Drupal.org . The funny thing is, most developers tend to use only a small percentage of those modules. Top Drupal 7 Modules: Summer 2012 Edition