Issue 201 - August, 6th 2015
"Two of Australia’s most prominent Drupal strategy, design and development companies, Code Drop and PreviousNext, have merged to form a single company."
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I typically don't link to posts about site redesigns but the latest version Lullabot.com was rebuilt using a decoupled and isomorphic architecture. It's an interesting approach that they also discussed on the Drupalize.me podcast this week.
Pantheon's Greg Anderson compares two great tools for managing Drupal and PHP projects.
The folks at Pantheon have created a really nice page full of decoupled CMS resources. It's a good jumping off point to learn more about this architecture.
Another great accessibility related post from Mediacurrent's Michelle Williamson. Most of you probably think you know how to make images accessible. Add alt text right? Well, there's more to it than that.
Mike Crittenden is writing a journal of notes on Github while going through Drupal core line by line. If that kind of thing interests you check it out. I found it quite interesting.
David Diers kicks off a new series covering the topic of REST on the Four Kitchens blog.
Jim Birch explains how to fix this issue affecting my Drupal and Wordpress sites.
In this post Mark Dorison shows you how to use Drush Patch File to manage the patches for your Drupal projects.
A new free video series from Drupalize.me
Why Drupal 8 Is the Most Important Product Release in the History of the WCM Market with Tom Wentworth - Modules Unraveled Podcast
On August 25th 1 - 2 pm EDT, via Google Hangout join Eileen Webb, Karen McGrane, Jeff Eaton, and Ryan Irelan as they discuss what drives them to frustration (decoupling!), and what meaty problems (integration with design systems!) they hope to dive into next.