A lot of Drupal sites are run by only a handful of people. A few power users receive the rights to administer other user accounts, some others can post and publish content and everyone else can just view content and use the site. Its when this scenario doesnt suit your needs that you might want to have a look at the Group module. Group allows you to give people similar permissions like those above but only for smaller subsections of a website. Say you run a school website and you want students to be able to only see the courses that are available for them to enroll in, but nothing else. Or you want to run a social network where users can post content, but only within their sandboxed area on the website. Groups got you covered. This session will be a brief description of the Group module by its author Kristiaan Van den Eynde (Deeson) and explain its key concepts. We will demo how to configure it and then show you how Group is used in the wonderful Open Social distribution. Joining us for the second part of the presentation, Jochem van Nieuwenhuijsen (GoalGorilla / Open Social) will explain how Group enabled a team of talented developers to build a social network using Drupal 8. He will list some of the challenges and show you some of the cool stuff they built on top of the Group module. Open Social is a distribution for building social communities and intranets. The distribution is positioned as the successor of Drupal Commons, taking full advantage of the new possibilities of Drupal 8. The Open Social distribution comes with some extra group configuration. There are two predefined group types in place: First theres the Open Group type: This group type is configured so it covers the most common use case for your community. Users of your platform may join without any approval, and all content placed within this group is visible for members as well as non-members. Second we added configuration for a Closed Group type. Closed groups is configured so that its content is hidden to users who are not a member of this group. In this instance users can only join by invitation of a Group Manager. We will demo our default configuration of the entire group ecosystem in Open Social, how weve set up both group types, the group roles weve pre-configured and some of the lessons we learned from this. This sessions is suitable for developers with some experience with Drupal 8 site building, but most of the presentation should be easy to digest for even the most junior site builders.
Top10 Social Networking websites
10- Reddit :- This is a social news and entertainment networking website where registered users can submit content such as direct links and text posts. Users are also able to organize and determine their position on the sites pages by voting submissions up or down. Submissions with the most positive votes appear in the top category or main page. Reddit was founded by University of Virginia roommates Alexis Ohanian and Steve Huffman on June 23, 2005. A decade later, the site boasts more than 36 million registered accounts and 231 million monthly visitors. 09- Snapchat :- Snapchat is an image messaging application software product that was created by Reggie Brown, Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy when they were students at Stanford University. The app was officially released in September 2011, and within a short span of time they have grown immensely registering an average of 100 million daily active users as of May 2015. More than 18 percent of all social media users use Snapchat. 08:- Tumblr :- Tumblr is one of the most difficult to use social networking platforms, but its also one of the most interesting sites. The platform allows several different post formats, including quote posts, chat posts, video and photo posts as well as audio posts, so you are never limited in the type of content that you can share. Like Twitter, reblogging, which is more like retweeting, is quick and easy. The social networking website was founded by David Karp in February 2007 and currently hosts more than 200 million blogs. 07: Pinterest :- Launched in March 2010, Pinterest is a relatively newcomer in the social media arena. This platform consists of digital bulletin boards where businesses can pin their content. Pinterest announced September 2015 that it had acquired 100 million users. Small businesses whose target audience is mostly made up of women should definitely invest in Pinterest as more than half of its visitors are women. 06:- Instagram :- Like Pinterest, Instagram is a visual social media platform. The site, launched on October 6, 2010, has more than 400 million active users and is owned by Facebook. Many of its users use it to post information about travel, fashion, food, art and similar subjects. The platform is also distinguished by its unique filters together with video and photo editing features. Almost 95 percent of Instagram users also use Facebook. 05:- YouTube :- YouTube the largest and most popular video-based social media website was founded on February 14, 2005, by three former PayPal employees. It was later bought by Google in November 2006 for $1.65 billion. YouTube has over 1 billion website visitors per month and is the second most popular search engine behind Google. 04:- Google+:- While its no Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, Google+ has its place among the popular social media sites. Its SEO value alone makes it a must-use tool for any small business. Launched on December 15, 2011, Google+ has joined the big leagues registering 418 active million users as of December 2015. 03:- LinkedIn :- Founded on December 14, 2002, and launched 0n May 5, 2003, LinkedIn is hands-down the most popular social media site for professional networking. The website is available in 24 languages and has over 400 million registered users. LinkedIn is great for people looking to connect with people in similar industries, networking with local professionals and displaying business related information and statistics. 02:- Twitter:- You might be thinking that limiting your posts to 140 characters is no way to advertise your business, but you will be shocked to know that this social media platform has more than 320 million active monthly users who make use of the 140 character limit to pass on information. Businesses can use Twitter to interact with prospective clients, answer questions, release latest news and at the same time use the targeted ads with specific audiences. Twitter was founded on March 21, 2006, and has its headquarters in San Francisco, California. 01:- Facebook :- This is the biggest social media network on the Internet, both in terms of total number of users and name recognition. Founded on February 4, 2004, Facebook has within 12 years managed to accumulate more than 1.59 billion monthly active users and this automatically makes it one of the best mediums for connecting people from all over the world with your business. It is estimated that more than 1 million small and medium-sized businesses use the platform to advertise their business.
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[Programming Tutorials] Laravel 5.2 PHP Build a social network – Likes & Dislikes (3/3 – Updating
[Programming Tutorials] Laravel 5.2 PHP Build a social network – Likes & Dislikes (3/3 – Updating the View). Build a complete Social Network Web Application with PHP Laravel. Time to finish the like/dislike feature. The last step is to update the view and make sure that, using jQuery, we don’t have to reload the view to see our changes. Complete source code: https://github.com/mschwarzmueller/laravel-basics-youtube Complete Laravel-course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/modern-web-development-with-laravel/?couponCode=YOUTUBE1 (Coupon: YOUTUBE1) In this course we’ll build a neat little social network and cover the basics of developing with Laravel. If you feel like doing so, please subscribe, like and share this course! All feedback is highly appreciated! Also check out my other videos on https://www.youtube.com/c/mindspacetutorials Visit me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindspacechannel/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/maxedappsBuild a complete Social Network Web Application with PHP Laravel. In this video you will see how file upload in Laravel works and how we can use it to store an user image. More on storage in Laravel: https://laravel.com/docs/5.2/filesystem Complete source code: https://github.com/mschwarzmueller/laravel-basics-youtube Complete Laravel-course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/modern-web-development-with-laravel/?couponCode=YOUTUBE1 (Coupon: YOUTUBE1) In this course we’ll build a neat little social network and cover the basics of developing with Laravel. If you feel like doing so, please subscribe, like and share this course! All feedback is highly appreciated! Also check out my other videos on https://www.youtube.com/c/mindspacetutorials Visit me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindspacechannel/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/maxedapps. SUBSCRIBE for more videos!
Social Media Revolution 2011
What are the social networks and how do they work?
Each network consists of nodes, all linked together in cyberspace and central hub. It’s like a map of the roads leading to and from all the different nodes. The individual members to join the network of “nodes” interconnected with each other for the common interests of business, or simply socialize.
You might wonder how social networks have begun. As soon as people realized that the World Wide Web took them almost any type of information available, began wondering how to share this information with your friends. Where there is a need to reach a solution. Social networking has emerged because there was no need for it.
For starters, there were two forms of social relationships online. Chat and exchange and linking of e-mail . It was quite good when it comes to one on one communication, but it took an organization linked personal pages to open people to a large number of contacts.
Perhaps one of the greatest advances is the development of user profiles. In this way, friends of people can recognize and connect with them, and new friends can know more about them and decide if they want to tame.
In the past, in small rural communities or neighborhoods where people have formed groups, opportunities for friendship and meeting new people are many. Social networks these days are generally limited to areas that could reasonably be expected to be at your fingertips.
Today, people are moving. Are increasingly isolated in the midst of evolving populations and movement . Keeping in touch with friends and distant relatives? How to know new people? How to share experiences and ideas?
In the privacy of your own social networking site, you can see all the activities and news for your network of friends with minimal effort. To scroll a bit and you know exactly what is happening. You also often able to video chat and web chat.
In general, you also have the choice to grant or to close the visitors to the page. You can also comment news, videos and photos on a website for friends who have granted access to their sites.
The overall assessment is that there are over 200 social networking sites are running, each with its own twist on what they think people want to communicate about.
It seems that there is an increasing tendency to specialize in order to attract people with common interests. For networks, for example, an expert in cooking and gardening and automotive systems, animals and pets and networking for singles in search of new friends, partners or even sex itself.
What people are interested, there are social networks so they can share and express themselves. Many large social networks that meet the general interests of socialization also provide links to specialized sites, such as finding employment, health, or any amount of useful information.
A huge new field of academic research has opened up for social networking. In the old days, many people were just friends in the geographic areas in which they lived close enough together to communicate easily. All this has changed, and a dear friend across the world is only a mouse click.
The constant search to be done, both for sociological reasons and simply for commercial purposes: to gain recognition and attract more users. Deliver what people want always the key to success.
The success is really what some sites have been submitted. Face book units sold in mind incredible amount of money left at least some of the founders of the billionaires.
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What are the Best Social Networking Sites – Private Networking Sites, Free social networking sites
There are very few secrets in the world anymore. This is mostly due to the fact that social networking has opened up a world where almost every thought goes onto the Web for all “friends” to see. This phenomenon has caused families to be split, marriages to be dissolved and children to experience their parents’ unfiltered thoughts on a daily basis. Has putting our thoughts out for all to read on a daily, sometimes hourly, basis caused more problems for our society as a whole, or has it opened up a world of free speech and opinion for all? Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once said, “People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought, which they seldom use.” Has his thought come to life in the online society we have created? Is social networking bringing people closer, or pushing our society even deeper into our self-made solitary confinement?
These questions are being taken very seriously by many different groups of people. Online bullying has become an overwhelming problem with teens and young adults, as well as in the workplace. Without the right security measures, everything that people put out in these public domains is subject to being scrutinized and looked at by anyone in the world. Studies are being done on the effects of the amount of time that teens and young adults spend in this online universe versus the time they spend actually having peer contact. Is this way of interacting with others a constructive, healthy activity or is it just one more way to seclude oneself and hide behind the screen of a computer?
All these risks aside, what is it that society is teaching the youth of the world? Is it a constructive networking tool for businesses and professionals? Or is it a time consuming risk factor for their future? Used in the correct ways, social networking can be a great asset to the general public. However, employers are banning sights from office networks due to the decrease in productivity, co-workers are getting in raging arguments over things “posted,” and husbands and wives are stalking their spouses due to suspected infidelity.
So, is social networking in fact a benefit to global society or the devil in disguise? Researchers continue to do studies and draw conclusions, but, like the old saying goes, “Everything is good in moderation.” Using these methods as the sole social outlet is not only damaging to social skills and interaction, but can cause more problems and stress on the body and mind if used in excess. Beware what is put out for all to see. Once it is put in the viral world, it is there to stay.
Shiyi Zan: Leveraging social media for adolescent and young adult healthcare
Shiyi Zan discusses how social media offers an exciting new medium that can be leveraged to communicate with AYAs about key health issues and risk behaviors that affect their well-being and development. By its intended purpose, social media requires users to actively generate and share content; understanding how to exploit the influence of online social networks to normalize positive health behaviors and deliver timely education and support is key to improving health care delivery to the AYA population. To date, the majority of studies within this field have been preliminary and limited in their methodologies, and mostly center around evaluating how AYAs use social media and its implications for their health. Although these explorations are essential to building effective interventions, we hope that future investigations will leverage the ever-evolving ways that AYAs use social media to facilitate health behavior change and engage them in their own care.