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Acquia Developer Center Blog: Drupal 8 Module of the Week - Webform (formerly known as YAML Form)

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InternetDevels: Drupal modules: custom-made vs ready-made

Drupal modules: custom-made vs ready-made
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InternetDevels: Drupal modules: custom-made vs ready-made

Drupal modules: custom-made vs ready-made

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MD Systems blog: Drupal 8 security features: XSS

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ComputerMinds.co.uk: Drupal as a Server - Introduction

This post is the first in a series about getting Drupal to run as a persistent server, responding to requests without bootstrapping each and every time.

This is how many other application frameworks and languages run: nodejs, Rails etc.

In those systems you start some instances of your application and then they... - News from Planet Drupal

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Agiledrop.com Blog: AGILEDROP: Drupal Logos in the Shapes of Animals

We have to admit that it's really fun collecting and presenting you various types of Druplicons. You realize that imagination actually has no limits. After already exploring Humans and Superhumans and Fruits and Vegetables, it's time to present you Drupal Logos in the shapes of Animals. Druplicon in the shape of a Bee (NW Drupal User Group)     Very... - News from Planet Drupal
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Capgemini Engineering: DrupalCamp London experience

This weekend’s DrupalCamp London wasn’t my first Drupal event at all, I’ve been to 3 DrupalCon Europe, 4 DrupalCamp Dublin, and a few other DrupalCamps in Ireland and lots of meetups, but in this case I experienced a lot of ‘first times’ that I want to share.

This was the first time I’d attended a Drupal event representing a sponsor organisation, and as a result the way I experienced... - News from Planet Drupal

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ActiveLAMP: Composer FTW! RIP Drush Make?

In the modern world of web / application development, using package managers to pull in dependencies has become a de-facto standard. In fact, if you are developing enterprise software and you aren’t leveraging package managers I would go as far to say that you are doing it wrong (I’ll elaborate on this point later in the post).

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Drupal Association blog: It's Time To Vote - Community Elections

Voting is now open for the 2017 At-Large Board positions for the Drupal Association!  If you haven't yet, check out the candidate profiles including their short videos found on the profile pages. Get to know your candidates, and then get ready vote.

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Drupal Modules: The One Percent: Drupal Modules: The One Percent — Realistic Dummy Content (video tutorial)

Drupal Modules: The One Percent — Realistic Dummy Content (video tutorial)
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Lullabot: HTTPS Everywhere: Deep Dive Into Making the Switch

HTTPS Everywhere: Deep Dive Into Making the Switch

In the previous articles, HTTPS Everywhere: Security is Not Just for Banks and HTTPS Everywhere: Quick Start With CloudFlare, I talked about why it’s important to serve even small websites... - News from Planet Drupal

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DrupalCon News: Come Photograph DrupalCon Baltimore and Be a FamoUser

DrupalCon Asia started 2016 with a crushing abundance of selfies. There was no mercy for those on the sidelines; get involved or be ignored. However, there's a special few of us who are always there, yet never exactly engaged. We're a special breed of people, giving more of ourselves, to get more acclaim of those around us. We're... - News from Planet Drupal

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Drupalize.Me: Drupal Dev Days Is in Spain

Drupal Dev Days has been a recurring event since 2010, when it got started in Munich. Since then it has changed location within Europe every year. This year it is being hosted in Seville, Spain from March 21-25. Dev Days is a special event, and I have my own very fond memories from... - News from Planet Drupal

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Savas Labs: Five Drupal 8 Tips to Empower Content Authors

Five Drupal 8 Tips to Empower Content Authors Creating and publishing quality content within time constraints is a common challenge for many content authors. As web engineers, we are focused on helping our clients overcome this challenge by delivering systems that are intuitive, stable, and a pleasure to operate. Customizing the user experience for... - News from Planet Drupal

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Paul Johnson: Working in Drupal is a real job, really?!

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Hook 42: Hook 42 at Stanford Camp 2017

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Drupal core announcements: Core will be updated to use short array syntax (many patches will need rerolls)

Drupal 8.3.x has entered its release candidate phase with the release of 8.3.0-rc1, which means we will now undertake disruptive cleanup tasks like adjusting coding standards. The main standards change during this release candidate phase will be the official adoption of short array syntax, e.g.:

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