Issue 202 - August, 13th 2015
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"DrupalCon sprints are critically important to pushing the Drupal project forward, and are also a great opportunity to give back alongside the people who help bring the code to life."
"Dries will use the feedback he receives through this webform to form the basis of a healthy discussion with attendees as the last session of DrupalCon Barcelona, so make sure to provide your input and come and join the conversation."
A cool conversation with the only Drupal Core contributor in Pakistan.
"Drupal 8 has seen a lot of love for Composer. As various posts have mentioned, it’s possible to build a whole Drupal site with little more than a composer.json file. However contrib needs the same love too."
In this post Four Kitchens David Diers discusses how to add fields (multi-line text fields like “body” and the link field) with sub properties to a RESTful endpoint using the RESTful module.
Jeff Eaton has written one of the best summaries of responsive design I have read is some time.
Lullabot Mateu Aguiló Bosch encourages and guides us down the path of writing unit tests in this two part series.
Larry Garfield explains the new and improved approach to managing data in Drupal 8.
Smart Trim is one of those modules you don't think you need until you need more advanced trimming of body fields. I was a skeptic at first, but this module is very useful.
We had a lot of fun discussing Drupal 8 with our special guest Tim Plunkett.
Features module maintainer Mike Potter discusses the future of Features in Drupal 8. If you have questions about configuration management in Drupal 8 and bundling functionality as Features allows you to do today be sure and listen.