Issue 212 - October, 22nd 2015
Drupal 7.40 is a maintenance release with numerous bug fixes (no security fixes) and several new features.
This update is chocked full with info and links about Drupal 8.
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Sean Hamlin addresses the pros and the cons of using a single shared Apache Solr core and separate cores.
Tim Millwood gives us an update on the deploy module for Drupal 8.
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John Ennew shows us two methods for controlling access to nodes.
In this installment of their headless Drupal & Node.js series Joris Snoek discusses building a contact form with Node.js.
Yep, you can in fact manage users using Drush and it's often my favorite way to do it.
Juampy discribes how and why Lullabot moved their site's comments out of Drupal and into Disqus.
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