2018 Drupal News
On several occasions clients have come to us asking for a form with a gated resource. They want the resource (.pdf, .doc, .xls etc.) to be available to download after the user fills a form. In exchange for the visitor's valuable information, we provide them a file.
This is easily achievable in Drupal 8 with the Webform and Token modules. At the time of creation... - News from Planet Drupal
Many years ago I made my personal page on Drupal... - News from Planet Drupal
Things seen here are configured there.
We live in an age of Drupal complexity. In the early days of Drupal, many developers would have a single Drupal instance/environment (aka copy) that was their production site, where they would test out new modules and develop new functionality. Developing on the live website however sometimes met with disastrous consequences when things went wrong! Over time, technology on the web grew, and nowadays it's fairly standard to have a Drupal project running on multiple environments... - News from Planet Drupal
What an event this last DrupalCon was! Thanks to all who joined us in April for DrupalCon Seattle 2019.
In planning this event, more funds than ever before — 30 percent more, to be exact — were allocated for grants and scholarships. This tied in with the overall aim of having a cross-section of attendees, all of whom play a part in contributing... - News from Planet Drupal
When defining local tasks (= tabs) in your Drupal 8 modules, you can specify a title for the tab via the 'title' property in your [MODULENAME].links.task.yml file.
However, in some... - News from Planet Drupal
Within the Drupal community, it seems like many developers are interested in ensuring their modules and themes are secure, but don’t really know what insecure code looks like. I’ve personally found a lot of resources that tell you about security best practices, but don’t dive deeper into common missteps and their consequences.
Drupal 8 is the most modern and secure release of Drupal yet, which leads developers to expect that all Drupal 8 APIs are perfectly safe to use. While it’s... - News from Planet Drupal
New versions of Drupal core dropped today,... - News from Planet Drupal
As you may know, Drupal 6 has reached End-of-Life (EOL) which means the Drupal Security Team is no longer doing Security Advisories or working on security patches for Drupal 6 core or contrib modules - but the Drupal... - News from Planet Drupal
Chris Weber and Dan Moriarty, volunteer organizers for the 2019 Twin Cities Drupal Camp are today's podcast guests. We'll be talking about the changes to this year's TCDrupal Camp and fond memories of previous camps.
TCDrupal Camp is a three-day conference for open source enthusiasts, designers, hackers, geeks, developers, UI experts, IT managers and anyone else that wants to find out more about Drupal. It’s a great place to learn, code, network and have fun with your fellow Drupalistas.
I'm happy to announce today that Acquia acquired Mautic, an open source marketing automation and campaign management platform.
A couple of decades ago, I was convinced that every organization required a website — a thought... - News from Planet Drupal
The Field Permissions module in Drupal 8 allows you to set permissions (enter, edit or view) on a Drupal field, based on the role the user belongs to.
In order to... - News from Planet Drupal