Issue 256 - September, 8th 2016
Janez Urevc is asking for community members to step forward to help maintain some key modules for Drupal media support.
Joe Shindelar provides the latest news and updates related to Drupal.org documentation.
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Elliot at myDropWizard embarks on teaching a computer science course and discusses bringing Drupal into the classroom (as well as Drupal in higher ed, in general)!
Rikki Bochow of PreviousNext describes how you can use inheritance in your Drupal 8 theme.
Handy tutorial for you front enders that inherit an old school vanilla CSS theme.
Debugging the PHP CLI with Xdebug is pretty tricky. This post is pretty OS X specific but Linux users should be able to figure out how to adapt the OS specific parts to their systems.
A nice introduction to the Group module.
Headless AND React in one article. How could you resist clicking? But in all seriousness, if you are experimenting with either of these things check out this post.
Creating Drush commands can seem like it would be hard to do but it's not. Minnur Yunusov of Chapter Three shows us how in this post.
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JSFiddle or Codepen for Twig.
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