2018 Drupal News

Agaric Collective: Just enough of a local Drupal development environment

In preparation for Agaric's migration training at DrupalCon Seattle, we've seen again that getting a development environment suitable for working on Drupal 8 with Composer is a big road block. For that reason, here are instructions for getting it all going, suitable for our training or for working on Drupal in a code sprint, with only one hard requirement: PHP.

Three beach shovels standing up in the sand next to a pail.

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Jeff Geerling's Blog: Drupal 8 successes and failures

Thoughts about Drupal 8, Drupal 7, Backdrop, the Drupal Community, DrupalCon's meteoric price increases, DrupalCamps, and the future of the framework/CMS/enterprise experience engine that is Drupal have been bubbling up in the back of my mind for, well, years now.

I am almost always an optimist about the future, and Drupal 8... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Redfin Solutions: How to Override CKEditor Build Config in Drupal 8

Jacob Rockowitz: The tale of two possible Webform logos

Response to request

After posting my request for a Webform logo, Jeff Masigan (jeffmasigan) the owner of Pixel Architect Web Design Inc. reached out via Drupal Slack, offering to design the Webform module's logo and even have it printed on tee-shirts for DrupalCon Seattle. It is hard to turn down the prospect... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago
Last modified: 2 days 9 hours ago
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Dcycle: An approach to automating Drupal accessibility tests

Accessibility tests can be automated to a degree, but not completely; to succeed at accessibility, it needs to be a mindset shared by developers, UX and front-end folks, business people and other stakeholders. In this article, we will attempt to run tests and produce meaningful metrics which can help teams who are already committed to produce more accessible websites.

Premise

Say your team is developing a Drupal 8 site and you have decided that you want to reduce... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Give me a tutorial on Contentful - Upwork

I'm really interested in using Contentful to manage our website.

I'm looking for someone who:
- currently uses Contentful for managing translations + blogging
- can explain the advantages + disadvantages over Wordpress, etc

We would set up a video call / screenshare, and I'll observe / ask questions about your current setup.  Looking for genuine feedback from one business owner to another.


Posted On: April 06, 2019... - WordPress Work From UpWork
Last modified:
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Lullabot: Imagining Drupal

... - News from Planet Drupal
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

DrupalCon News: Know Before You Go

On behalf of the Drupal Association, we’re excited to welcome you to Seattle, DrupalCon, and the Washington State Convention Center. Your week will be packed with opportunities to learn, network, collaborate, and most importantly, have fun... Drupal style!

To add some listening enjoyment to your travels, download... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Freely Give Blog: A Proposed Drupal privacy initiative and the Cross CMS privacy group.

Note this is a copy of page: https://joomla.github.io/cross-cms-compliance/drupalprivacyandcrosscmsgroup

Background

At this point in the history of the open web, privacy is arguably the key issue in software... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Droptica: 5 reasons why Drupal is more secure than any other CMS

Zdjęcie główne wpis na blogu You can find many comparisons between popular CMS systems on the internet. Whenever Drupal is mentioned in them, it is always described with words like: safe, open, regularly updated. Today I'm going to explain why it has such an opinion. I will also present evidence that... - News from Planet Drupal
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

[HELP] Recommendation for a shopping cart + "sold gallery" that works well for 1-off products/art/etc?

Shorter Version:

Looking for a recommendation on a shop cart solution that will be geared more for unique items sold once rather than able to be restocked. Ideally it would be friendly to mobile product entry (app not required as long as mobile HTML product entry is phone friendly). To streamline things I want to be able to have a "sold" category that can work as a gallery for works that have been sold and no longer available but... - Talk about plugins

Last modified:
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago
Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Mass.gov Digital Services: Our DrupalCon 2019 Can’t-Miss Sessions

DrupalCon2019 is heading to Seattle this year and there’s no shortage of exciting sessions and great networking events on this year’s schedule. We can’t wait to hear from some of the experts out in the Drupalverse next week, and we wanted to share with you a few of the sessions we’re most excited about.

Adam is looking forward to:

Government... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Aten Design Group: When to Consider Decoupled Drupal

With all the excitement about decoupled Drupal over the past several years, I wanted to take a moment to articulate a few specific factors that make headless a good approach for a project – as well as a few that don’t. Quick disclaimer: this is definitely an oversimplification of an otherwise complex subject, and is based entirely on our experience here at Aten. Others will... - News from Planet Drupal

Last modified: 1 day 3 hours ago

Pages