Issue 229 - March, 3rd 2016
This is a big improvement in the performance of Drupal.
The fruit of some of the content strategy work on Drupal.org. I'm always fascinated when a module like Organic groups is turned on for a site and I don't notice. That's a good thing.
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Piyuesh Kumar discusses the BigPipe module with code examples.
A nice comparison for those looking at site maps in Drupal 8.
Holly Ross shares data and her thoughts from DrupalCon Asia. "India is the second largest region of users for Drupal.org—behind only the United States in traffic." I highly recommend you read this. I've been thinking about the future of Drupal a lot lately and I found this interesting.
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A nice security tip from Helena Eksler.
Michael Anello sheds some light on the different modes and the inconsistency in the labeling in Drupal core.
A handy tip for working with Drupal 8 module updates from DrupalEasy.
ActiveLAMP digs into working with service containers in Drupal 8.
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A great spam fighting module that was one of the first modules ported to Drupal 8.
A favorite from the Wordpress world ported to Drupal.
That's right. Bob is making Drupal videos again. Welcome back.
Check out this quick introduction video to Drupal VM. I've been using Drupal VM for a few months and it's really really good.
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