Each day, more Drupal 7 modules are being migrated over to Drupal 8 and new ones are being created for the Drupal community’s latest major release. In this series, the Acquia Developer Center is profiling some of the most prominent, useful modules available for Drupal 8. This week: BigPipe.
Chris Pliakas, the director of Content Services Engineering at Acquia, has been leading the Acquia Content Hub project since May, 2015.
When Acquian-authored content starts piling up elsewhere around the Web, it's time for a Scan.
This started out as a very modest project, and then it grew. Like Drupal 8 itself (to a much lesser extent, of course).
Under normal circumstances, accessing government data, creating hacks with it -- even making products with it -- would be seen as irresponsible, and possibly criminal.
One of the great things about Drupal is its flexible system of nodes and taxonomies. This allows for bespoke categorization of many types of content.
With the official release of Drupal 8.0.0 on the horizon, "real world" Drupal 8 stories are becoming more valuable.
Now that the train is actually approaching the station, we all want to know what it will be like to get on.
Mediacurrent, a leading Drupal design firm, got their Drupal 8 ticket punched early. They partnered with Acquia to launch a Drupal 8 site for Manhattan Associates, a supply chain management software provider, back in August, 2015, when Drupal 8 was in beta. The site has been on the Drupal 8 frontier ever since.
So what has the experience been like?
A "real world Drupal 8" series from Mediacurrent and Acquia has been telling some backstories.
One of the most difficult parts of executing a successful round of usability testing can be recruiting participants.
The landscape of Drupal theme development has drastically changed in recent years. Cutting-edge front-end development tools are now considered standard within Drupal enterprise builds.