17.11.2020
Posted by Lynne Walsh
Acquia Site Studio is a low-code solution for building and editing Drupal sites. It starts with the efficiency and ease of a low-code platform and helps users of all technical skill levels manage content and build enterprise-level sites. That’s a big win for the entire organization: It saves developers time as they create components, its drag-and-drop interface is more accessible to non-technical users, and designers and marketers can quickly create or modify pages…
12.11.2020
Posted by Shravani Rakshe
Drupal is one of the most consumed and powerful content management systems in the world. However, importing content with complex structures was a task I found to be extremely frustrating as a new developer.  Finding the most reliable way to import data into a Drupal system was challenging and unnecessarily difficult. One of the befitting examples would certainly be the Migrate module tool that Drupal 8 provides.  Migration plugins are responsible for mapping the data…
02.11.2020
Posted by Matthew Grasmick
Incredulous? Let me explain. Setting up a local development environment for Drupal has always been painful. There are so many options out there (Lando, Drupal VM, Docker, DDEV, Docksal, etc.) They each have their pros and cons, but they all share a common characteristic: they run on your own computer. This creates a set of inescapable challenges. With every local development solution, you have to download, install and troubleshoot. Troubleshooting is made especially…
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…