Issue 211 - October, 15th 2015
If you use Drupal, especially if you use it professionally you should be a member of the Drupal Association.
Are you planning to celebrate the release of Drupal 8? Let the Drupal Association know so they can spread the word.
Catch up with the work and news on Drupal.org.
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A great look at the base themes in Drupal 8 from Lullabot's Marc Drummond.
Advomatic's Amanda Luker shows us how to setup breakpoints and responsive images for your Drupal 8 site.
Ivan Zugec continues the Building a Blog in Drupal 8 series in this post with a look at building a home page view.
"Now that Drupal 8 is in release candidate phase, the goal is to get out of release candidate phase and onto release as quickly as possible. That means we'll be locking down the patches committed to 8.0.x fairly significantly, so as not to potentially disrupt stability."
"Despite all the rejoicing on social media, this isn’t the final release for Drupal 8 – it’s only the first Release Candidate. This means that we have (officially!) 0 “critical” bugs left to fix in Drupal 8."
Wim Leers explains what Drupal 8's Dynamic Page Cache is and how it works.
Very useful tutorial from Drupalize.Me's Amber Matz.
"Themers will be able to choose between two base themes in Drupal 8 core that maintain backwards compatibility."
Paul Johnson has put this together using data from Lauri Eskola's DrupalCores.com site.
One of the main unsolved issues for decoupled Drupal sites is content preview for editors. In this post you will learn how to solved this if you are using Ember on the front end.
Joris Snoek continues the headless series covering an installation and intro to Express JS, routes and dynamic templates with EJS in Express JS. and connect the JSON data from the RESTful Drupal 8 web service.
Jim Birch shows us how to redirect users after they log into Drupal using the Login Destination module.
Encrypt field data with the field encryption module.