Issue 288 - May, 4th 2017
The next North American DrupalCon will be on April 9 - 13, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee.
"As of 2 April 2018, Acquia will no longer support or maintain the Mollom product."
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If you care about decoupled Drupal and the related APIs you should watch this video.
Jeff Geerling shares his experiences with maintaining open source projects.
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Worth reading if you are using experimental modules in 8.2.
A great testing overview from Lullabot's Juampy.
Joel Steidl explains how you can efficiently create API clients in Drupal 8 with services.
Have you heard all the buzz about the new features being developed now for Drupal 9? No? That’s because they are being developed and added to Drupal 8. Drupal 8 has changed the way Drupal core is developed. Join us to find out how these changes will affect you.
Git bisect is one of those Git commands that makes you feel like you have super powers. Tim Plunkett walks us through a real life use case.
"Docksal is a tool for defining and managing development environments. It brings together common tools, minimizes configuration, and ensures environment consistancy throughout your continuous integration workflow."
"By integrating with Pattern Lab, Emulsify allows you to build and manage components in a way that makes sense for your workflow. So instead of having to use Drupal's template names, your Emulsify-based project can work with custom template names that make sense for the project, developers, and clients."
Once again I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Mediacurrent Friday 5 show. This time I introduce 5 useful command line tools.