Issue 272 - January, 12th 2017
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What takes Drupal 7 20+ contrib modules to support for multilingual websites is now part of core in Drupal 8. Its 4 multilingual core pillars - Language, Interface, Content, Config - make Drupal 8 a relieving contrast to Drupal 7’s old patchwork of multilingual afterthought. Register for this tech talk to learn how to properly prepare D8 sites for multilingual support and more.
DrupalCon Baltimore call for DevOps sessions
DrupalCon Baltimore call for UX and Content Strategy sessions.
Janez Urevc gives us an update on the progress made in moving Media into Drupal core at a recent sprint.
Dries Buytaert gives us an update on the workflow initiative.
In this page Jordan Page White demonstrates how to implement a design system using Drupal 8 front-end architecture.
Liip's Karine Chor suggests many ways anyone can get involved in the Drupal community. If you have ever wanted to get involved read this post.
Jeff Geerling shares a very useful tip for any Drupal developer.
"Have you ever needed to render certain pages (or groups of pages) with a different theme than the default one configured for the site?" In this post by Danny Sipos we see how we can do this.
A good primer on working with cron in Drupal 8 from John Svensson.
Useful set of tips and a table for deciding which config approach to use in different situations.
Useful tips from Mediacurrent's Melissa Bent.
John Svensson shows us how to avoid an issue you may encounter with Drupal 8 development.
Very good advice on working with clients and their content during development as well as a handy module in this ThinkShout post by Maria Fisher.
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