20.10.2020
Posted by Gábor Hojtsy
The primary role of Upgrade Status is to help get your site components updated for Drupal 9 compatibility. Most of your site components are contributed modules. In many cases, either your local copies or the remote available updates will already be compatible. 38% of Drupal 8 compatible modules are now Drupal 9 compatible (3535 out of 9258) and most others have a patch waiting to land to either improve or complete compatibility. Let's look how the role of Upgrade…
09.10.2020
Posted by Marvin Oey
You know the saying, “don’t reinvent the wheel” it also applies to Drupal site building. However, far too often content creators and web ops teams find themselves duplicating and rebuilding the same style and layout across multiple pages again and again. Having to manually reconstruct your Drupal layout for every page that you create using the WYSIWYG editor is not only time consuming, but it also results in the possibility of inconsistencies and a lack of a formalized…
15.09.2020
Introduction This blog is a step-by-step guide for developers to set up a project enabled with Acquia Build and Launch Tool (BLT) on their local Ubuntu machine. BLT is a powerful tool that helps dev teams implement Drupal best practices (automated testing, CI, CD, coding standards) across all of their Drupal projects and Acquia cloud hosting environments. You can also extend BLT with custom BLT commands to perform operations specific to your project. In order to…
10.09.2020
Posted by Mike Madison
This blog was originally published on mikemadison.net in August 2020 and has been updated and republished here with permission.  One of the real challenges in the Drupal community today is that roughly 60% of the reported installations are still on Drupal 7. This data (as of the time of this writing) shows that despite Drupal 8 being out for nearly five years, Drupal 7 still significantly dwarfs its predecessor in use. Source: https://www.drupal.org/project/usage/…