Issue 191 - May, 28th 2015
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Sadly I missed the prenote at DrupalCon LA. This post from Forum One takes a look at how it was made.
Mikkel Høgh shines a light on the project application process and expresses a common frustration that the process is not welcoming to new contributors.
Luke Herrington shares his experience with integrating an existing Drupal backend with a Backbone.Marionette Todo app. "...Drupal can still be relevant in an age where client side frameworks (Angular, Ember, React, Backbone…) rule. It made me excited about Drupal again and showed a whole new way that Drupal can further "Get off the island" and start to play nicely with other technologies."
Amitai Burstein discusses the tools Gizra is using to work on testing CSS.
Gábor Hojtsy has created a handy list of Drupal 8's multilingual support with a video as well.
I just started reading this book and so far in I really like it.
Jim Birch gives us a quick look at module that any Panels site builder should be aware of.
Writing the Book Drupal 8 Configuration Management with Anja Schirwinski and Stefan Borchert - Modules Unraveled Podcast
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