Issue 265 - November, 10th 2016
Dries Buytaert gives us an update on media work for Drupal core.
Acquia and Magento Commerce have entered a relationship. It will be interesting to see what comes out of this development.
The Drupal Association provides an update on recent campaigns.
The Drupal Association shares ideas for future community summits.
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A report on the Drupal community in Africa.
Joe Tower begins a series of posts about style guides which are a very hot topic in the frontend world.
A nice collection of Twig tips.
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In this post you will learn how to define a custom field type, widget, and formatter.
This blog explains how to use the behavior-driven development framework Jasmine for Unit Testing.
If you are starting to learn Drupal 8 development check out this post from Blair Wadman.
A look at Kris Vanderwater's experience in upgrading a Drupal 6 blog.
Best practices for Drupal 8 development and deployment are still forming and Greg Anderson describes one approach to managing your configuration files.
Many really great presentations to be watched on the BADCamp Youtube channel.
Shameless plug for my talk about using the command line from BADCamp.