Issue 298 - July, 13th 2017
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In this article by Marcos Cano of Lullabot you will pick up some tips on how to configure and use the Entity Browser.
"A month ago I received the honour to present at DrupalJam 2017. What a wonderful event! I had been invited to talk about deploying Drupal 8 onto kubernetes, which can be found as a hosted service in Google Cloud."
A useful article for anyone trying to measure Drupal against Sitecore from Mediacurrent's Bill Shaouy.
A nice list of modules for working with and extending Drupal's useful entity reference feature.
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Observations and opinions on Drupal from long time community member Ben Finklea.
Insights and history from Wim Leers on Drupal 8 and various modules that are now in core. It's an interesting read.
Learn how to configure image styles in CKEditor from Acquia's Adam Balsam.
A useful tutorial from Zivtech's Jody Hamilton with example code.
Learn how team at Princeton used the Meta Tag Module to customize their content on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
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A handy tutorial for those doing Drupal 7 from Third & Grove's Josh Fremer.
I've linked to Config split module before but this a good tutorial that covers some common use cases for the module by Dave Hansen-Lange of Advomatic.
"The Simple MailChimp module for Drupal 8 intends to be the easiest way to add MailChimp integration to your site."
"Simple Password Reveal alters password fields on user login and user edit forms to show plain text by default, while also adding a checkbox for concealing the password as needed."