Issue 269 – December, 8th 2016
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Do you still operate a Drupal 6 website? Are you getting questions from your management team, technical teams or even board of directors on pending upgrades? Are they afraid of the Drupal 6 “End of Life”? What should you do? What should you tell them?
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In this series of posts from Mediacurrent’s Mario Hernandez, he talks about taking a component based approach to developing a Drupal 8 site.
Blackfire.io is more than just code profiling. With the support of our Solution partner EvolvingWeb, we created Performance Recommendations for Drupal 8. Now you directly know how to improve your app based on our expert’s best practices.
A hit parade of the good things for the Drupal 8 themer.
“I wanted to find a way to pull data from one Drupal 8 site to another, using JSON API to expose data on one site, and Drupal’s Migrate with a JSON source on another site to consume it.”
Now is the time to grow your digital agency. But if you want a bigger piece of the 20 billion dollar market, you’ll have to dispel some common myths about what holds you back. In this guide you’ll learn which old ways of thinking to cast aside, and how to scale up without breaking the bank with new hires or big investments.
“The Webform 8.x-5.x module for Drupal 8 is a complete rewrite and was originally the YAML Form module.”
“Please be aware that the YAML Form module is moving to the Webform module and that a migration path will be provided.”
Catch videos from the online Drupal event. There are some really good sessions you don’t want to miss.
“The TWG coding standards committee is announcing three coding standards changes for final discussion. These appear to have reached a point close enough to consensus for final completion.”
Registration, session proposals, and training applications are now open for the 2017 North American DrupalCon in Baltimore on April 24th through 28th.
“On Friday, December 9 we are organizing a global virtual Drupal UX sprint. As always, many different features and projects are currently worked on. We’ll use this day to work on issues that need UX input or feedback.”
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