Issue 122 - January, 23rd 2014
This is a security release so be sure that you read the Security advisories and upgrade to 7.26/6.30.
A nice table layout of the Dries AMA. Great questions and candid answers.
A great look at 2013 from xjm and webchick.
The Drupal community shares opinions on 2014. Don't be share, share your own predictions.
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A nice list of things developers new to Drupal get tripped up by Bernt Andreas Drange of Wunderkraut.
Check out DrupalCores by Eric J. Duran. It lists all of the Drupal 8 committers with a cool pie chart.
Good and well reasoned decision on PSR-4 from Dries and the D8 core maintainers. Drupal 8 will use PSR-4 for modules but not until beta 1 is down to a few beta blocking issues.
Lullabot's Angus Mak shares how he used Xdebug and PHPStorm to do deeper debugging than can be done with dpm().
Ivan Zugec shares a cool aspect of the Display Suite Extras module on Web Wash.
Bryce Fisher-Fleig dives deep into hook_menu().
Wunderkraut's Daniel Sipos demonstrates how to use Drupal 7 Form API's states system to create dependencies between form elements.
If you are interested in static sites watch this video. Amitai Burstein talks to Jam about the Zariz project. Zariz brings version control into the content space and brings Drupal into the static site space.
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