Issue 214 - November, 5th 2015
"Based on our experience with our successful release candidates, we are confident to announce that Drupal 8.0.0 will be released on November 19, 2015! Until then, we will continue publishing Drupal 8 release candidates with the latest fixes."
A handy list of important Drupal related dates. For example, do you know that Drupal 6 support ends on February 19th?
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If you have a Drupal 6 site I recommend reading this article by Joris Snoek.
I always enjoy hearing how the Drupal community welcomes new people in. It reminds me of my first in person experience with our community at Drupal Camp LA in 2008.
A great article about planning web projects from a veteran web architect Larry Garfield.
I thought this title was click bait but I was wrong. I know. I was shocked too. I only knew about 2 of the 3 features.
A great summary of what is great about Drupal 8 by Gábor Hojtsy.
Steve Burge shows us the new contact form in Drupal 8.
The future of Panels, and Page manager in Drupal from BADCamp.
If you use Drush check out this session from BADCamp.
One of the sessions I attended at BADCamp. A really good look at Behat.
Bojan Zivanovic continues this series discussing the evolution of Drupal Commerce related projects and their movement beyond Drupal into the wider PHP world.
A Docker and Docker Compose based environment for Drupal.
This week Chapter Three released a Drupal 7 module allowing you to publish content to Apple News.
A handy PHP script from Michelle Cox of Mediacurrent.
A brand new Drupal podcast from OPIN out of Ottawa Canada.
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