07.02.2020
Posted by Aurelien Navarre
Drupal 9 is scheduled to be released on June 3, 2020. What this means to you has been extensively covered in the Driesnote at DrupalCon Amsterdam 2019. Now, how do you go about actually getting the job done and removing deprecated APIs from contributed modules you’re using? There are several tips I’d like to share here. Nothing breathtaking, but rather a systematic approach to ensuring you’ll stay on top of things so your apps are ready on the day of the Drupal 9…
01.02.2020
Posted by David Platek
In today’s digital landscape, developers have a huge toolbox to help them build spectacular digital experiences, but the trick is getting these tools to fit together. Tools can improve the way developers work, and the quality, reliability and overall success of an application. As Drupal matures, new tools are created, and old tools become familiar again. Most Drupal 8 projects should use Git, Drush and Composer, and continuous integration and delivery to test, build…
20.01.2020
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
Acquia Developer Studio (from now on ADS), is a tool that my colleagues at Acquia have been working hard to release. I could say that it’s going to be the new Acquia Dev Desktop, but to be more precise, I'll use the official description from the Acquia docs site: Acquia Developer Studio integrates many of the tools developers need to build better digital experiences, and to also be more productive. With Acquia Developer Studio, you can focus on building the best…
18.01.2020
Posted by Theresa Anderson
Personalization is often associated with one-to-one customer experiences. But personalization doesn’t mean delivering a unique message to each individual customer. In fact, most customers just want to see content that is relevant to them and adds value. So there’s no need to create custom content for each customer. But you do need to start understanding what’s relevant and valuable to each of your customers. Right now, you’re probably sending the same message to the…