Issue 220 - December, 17th 2015I'll be taking a couple weeks off for the holidays so this will be the final issue of TheWeeklyDrop for 2015. It has been a great year for Drupal as well as TheWeeklyDrop. Thank you all for subscribing and here's to a great 2016.
Tim Lehnen gives us the lowdown on the happenings on Drupal.org.
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Kristof Van Tomme makes the case for democratizing APIs with Drupal.
Take a look at how the most popular PHP based frameworks perform with PHP 7.
"The USDOL is forecasting that the number of web developer positions will grow 26.6% (over 39,000 jobs) between 2014 and 2024."
Chingis Sandanov explains how you can build and deploy Drupal 8 with Docker containers.
Mark Ferree gives us an inside look at porting a module to Drupal 8.
William Hetherington shows us how we can use Guzzle in Drupal 8.
Side by side comparisons for PHPTemplate(Drupal 7 theme engine) and Twig.
A nice look inside the way Activelamp is building Drupal 8 development environments.
Israel Morales show us how to customize the CKeditor with a custom plugin. It's not as difficult as you might think.
Bojan Zivanovic explains the new approach to checkout statuses in Commerce 2. The improvements to Commerce are making it an even better option for ecommerce.
Steve Burge shows us how to use the Footnotes module.
PreviousNext introduces a new project called Dashboard Connector with a different approach to monitoring your Drupal sites.
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