Reservoir is an experimental Drupal distribution that is an exceptional starting point for any decoupled Drupal implementation. It is also designed to on-board developers of all backgrounds: a decoupled Drupal distribution and optimal back end for every developer.
We’re happy to announce that the web user interface for the Acquia Pipelines beta is now available to all those beta participants with subscriptions on Acquia Cloud! In addition to the CLI, we've now provided a great UI to enhance reporting and usage inside of the Cloud UI.
Since its founding, Acquia has set a strong precedent for investing in developer experience.
If you’re coming to DrupalCon Baltimore and you’re curious about Acquia, there are a couple of ways to meet the company and see what we’re about beyond the marketing and sales efforts that get directed at potential clients. One great way is to come to our sessions!
How to move fast, be flexible, and maintain high quality while building a digital experience.
Among the most crucial steps in architecting decoupled Drupal-backed applications is to bridge the gap between Drupal and the designated front end so that the latter can receive and manipulate data on the Drupal data repository via API calls. For some frameworks, this can be a rather tedious exercise in navigating the server-side APIs and crafting the correct requests on the client side. Luckily, with JSON API now proposed as a core experimental module for Drupal 8, the tightrope walk between Drupal and Ember is about to become more of a cinch.
For a recent project, I needed to use the popular Bootstrap theme, using the Sass starterkit for easy CSS management.
The project is hosted on Acquia Cloud, and the quickest way to start a new Drupal project that deploys to Acquia Cloud is to use BLT (a tool for Building, Testing, and Launching Drupal sites). BLT is an automation framework for running and building Drupal sites locally (it even integrates with Drupal VM!), and it is able to test, build, and deploy code on Acquia Cloud.