Issue 292 - June, 1st 2017
Learn all about what the Drupal.org team has been working on including the new DrupalCon sites and new features on Drupal.org.
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Drupal experts from FFW and Acquia outline the most common reasons organizations are migrating to Drupal 8. We’ll cover the ascendancy of APIs, why Drupal web applications are future proof and how Drupal gives you the freedom to use any front-end tool for Drupal projects.
From the 2bits blog, learn why reCAPTCHA may not be a good solution to replace Mollom's spam protection. The TLDR is that this module disables page caching on every form page it is used on.
"...with 4.5.0, Drupal VM now supports Docker as an experimental alternative to Vagrant + VirtualBox, and you can use Drupal VM with Docker"
A useful post for those that use the Lightning distribution as well as those that use experimental modules.
"Today marks the start of another Google Summer of Code, which is the 12th year that Drupal has been selected to work with a terrific group of bright and eager students. In this great program, Google pays students to work on various open source projects for 10 weeks."
Andrew Berry provides an informative post on Internet of things security concerns for a distributed company like Lullabot.
A nice collection of modules to help you with passwords.
If you're looking at experimenting with decoupled Drupal, be sure and read this post. JSON API is a great way to expose your content to a decoupled frontend app.
Master the equation for website personalization with this new content strategy guide. Follow this roadmap to get started on crafting the tailored experiences that your site visitors crave.
A nice collection of tips with a video to go along with it from Web Wash.
David Snopek of myDropWizard shares how he is using Docker with Drupal for local development.
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