Issue 217 - November, 26th 2015
"This is the biggest update ever to Drupal, our open source content management platform."
Dries Buytaert post announcing last week's release of Drupal 8.
If you have something to say about Drupal 8 the world needs to hear it. Submit your video to the Celebr8 site and share it with the world.
Submitted your Drupal 8 launch party photos to the Flickr group for #Celebr8D8
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Bojan Zivanovic shares what was learned from the Products module in Drupal Commerce 1 and how that has guided the development of Commerce in Drupal 8.
SIte audits are important and important to do properly. Jody Hamilton gives us a handy guide to doing them well.
In reference to how how great configuration management is in Drupal 8, "Letting go, and letting config is a stretch for people that were used to managing their Features like an overprotective mama bear."
Ivan Zugec shows us some basics in Drupal 8 site building.
A table of all of the Drupal 8 migration modules by feature as well as their corresponding Drupal 7 versions.
A nice collection of tweets from the Drupal 8 development cycle.
Wim Leers points to the documentation for many of the new modules in Drupal core such as Quick Edit, Filter module and the Cache system to name a few.
Steve Persch explains how the use of code invented elsewhere has made Drupal 8 more understandable on the whole.
A great walkthrough of a recently launched Drupal 8 site, the pitfalls and how they were overcame.
This is a great time to get into Drupal. Check out the free Drupal class from OSTraining.
Joe Komenda shows us how to install Drupal 8 with composer.
Joe Komenda shows us how to create a Drupal 8 theme.
Enjoy the fastest Drupal yet.
A fun look at every version of Drupal.
WebRTC and Drupal? Yes please.
As a long time listener of the Lullabot podcast it was fun to listen to Jeff Robbins reminisce about the old days.
What is this DrupalCon thing all about, and is it worth going?