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OpenSense Labs: Gutenberg and the Drupal of Tomorrow

28 Nov 2018

Gutenberg and the Drupal of Tomorrow Shankar Wed, 11/28/2018 - 18:50 More than five centuries ago, Johannes Gutenberg introduced the mechanical movable type printing and set the stage for the Renaissance and Age of Enlightenment. Years later, digitisation has brought a volte-face in...

Agiledrop.com Blog: Interview with John Piccozi, co-host of the weekly podcast Talking Drupal

28 Nov 2018

Meet John Piccozi, co-host of the weekly podcast Talking Drupal and co-organizer of the Drupal Providence Meetup and the New England Drupal Camp. John met with Drupal about 10 years ago, and he is looking forward to what will the next 10 years bring. READ MORE

Amazee Labs: Git bisect + Cypress

28 Nov 2018

Git bisect + Cypress Once I got a task to fix a bug. While bug itself was easy to fix, I had to find the commit where it was introduced. To describe why I had to do it, I have to explain a bit our development process. Alex Tkachev Wed, 11/28/2018 - 07:09...

Jacob Rockowitz: Sponsor an event, a sprint, a speaker and the red button

27 Nov 2018

Attending Drupal Events grows our communityIn my last blog post about Talking about Advanced Webforms and Showing Code, I mentioned my presentation needed work and I needed practice. At DrupalCamp Atlanta, I was able to do just that. I delivered my 'Advanced Webform' presentation and received some...

Acro Media: Drupal Combines Content and Commerce

27 Nov 2018

If you’re evaluating CMS platforms for an upcoming project, Drupal should be one platform that you consider. It was built for generating content and also has robust ecommerce abilities through the Drupal Commerce module. If you only need to publish content, it’s great for that. If you only need...

Amazee Labs: DrupalCamp Ghent 2018: Recap

27 Nov 2018

DrupalCamp Ghent 2018: Recap I was lucky enough to attend the Belgian DrupalCamp along with fellow Amazees Dan and Vijay. Organized by the Drupal community, this event is held annually in different cities in Belgium. Christophe Jossart Tue, 11/27/2018 - 11:58...

Sooper Drupal Themes: Why Drupal is the CMS of Choice for Big Enterprises and NGOs

27 Nov 2018

The internet is continuously evolving and new web technologies emerge on a regular basis. Users expect more personalized experiences, greater connectivity among devices and interactive elements to guide their navigation on the web. In order to keep up-to-date, big organizations...

Kalamuna Blog: Political activists at the tech conference

26 Nov 2018

Political activists at the tech conference The Kalamuna Team Mon, 11/26/2018 - 12:18 This October at the Bay Area Drupal Camp (BADCamp,) we soaked up Drupal talks, gave a few of our own, high-fived friends, and fomented literary political activism. How? In line...

Evolving Web: Drupal Admin UX Study: What We Can Learn from Contentful, Craft CMS, Squarespace, and WordPress

26 Nov 2018

There is exciting work being done in the Drupal community to improve the Admin UI, including the JavaScript Modernization Initiative and an overhaul of the look and feel of the Seven theme. Meanwhile, I've been working with a group in the Drupal community to research what user experience...

TheodorosPloumis blog: Change the default language of a Drupal 8.x website

26 Nov 2018

Some weeks before I had to overcame an interesting task. A media webportal in Drupal 8.x with more than 4k articles decided to change the site default language from englush to greek (mainly for SEO reasons but this doesn't matter).

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