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Posted by DC Denison on May 23, 2018

As more organizations are using JavaScript frameworks to create visitor-facing experiences with Drupal as a backend, Dries Buytaert reports on the progress towards creating a JavaScript-driven Drupal Administration Interface.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on May 15, 2018

As we saw in the previous post, core REST only allows for individual entities to be retrieved, and Views REST exports only permit the issuance of GET requests rather than unsafe methods as well. But application developers often need greater flexibility and control, such as the ability to fetch collections, sort and paginate them, and access related entities that are referenced.

In this column, we'll inspect JSON API, part of the surrounding contributed web services ecosystem that Drupal 8 relies on to provide even more extensive features relevant to application developers that include relationships and complex operations such as sorting and pagination.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on May 1, 2018

When Phillies hats begin to dot the landscape and one of the most beautiful train stations in the country materializes around you, you know you're in Philadelphia, a city I can never seem to stop loving. After a brief hiatus, Drupaldelphia was in full swing this year, attracting developers, creatives, and businesspeople from all over Pennsylvania and surrounding states to a conference that is always full of pleasant surprises.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Apr 26, 2018

As we saw in a previous installment of Experience Express, because Drupal has a HAL-compliant REST API available out of the box with minimal configuration, you can easily provision an API that can immediately be employed to consume content entities and manipulate them from other applications. Now that we have successfully exposed content entities as REST resources, used Entity Access to govern permissions, and customized the formats and authentication mechanisms in use by the core REST API, it is now time to move into actually retrieving and manipulating that data.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Apr 18, 2018

As the weather heated up last week in Nashville and the city's eponymous hot chicken incinerated tongues left and right, something else was burning in the spotlight at DrupalCon Nashville: decoupled Drupal.

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Posted by Jason Enter at Acquia, Inc. on Apr 9, 2018

The Starter Kit includes three separate applications to demonstrate various Headless Drupal design patterns: a React application, a GraphQL application, and a Headless Lightning Drupal website. Each application was created to work in tandem with each other, but also as a collection of boilerplate tools for your personal applications.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 29, 2018

Perhaps the most critical piece of any decoupled CMS architecture is the API layer which exposes data in the back end for consumption by other applications.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 22, 2018

With its flurry of sessions, events, concerts, and exhibitors, it's a wonder anyone gets any sleep at SXSW, the giant gathering of minds, auteurs, and performers in the capital of Texas.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 20, 2018

If you have decided to decouple Drupal, after conducting due diligence with regard to assessing the

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 16, 2018

Every time I leave the Windy City, I feel something pulling me back. This time, it wasn't the gusts that whip around the skyscrapers towering over Lake Shore Drive.

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Posted by DC Denison on Mar 13, 2018

Acquia Learning Services has published an excellent tutorial on how to build a Decoupled Drupal applicati

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Posted by Cash Williams at Acquia, Inc. on Mar 9, 2018

One of the common issues I've noticed when working with customers is the tendency to treat non-production environments, such as dev or stage, as less important with respect to security.

This is understandable since these environments are effectively disposable and could be rebuilt from production at any time. However an important consideration that should be taken into account is what data lives in these environments.

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 6, 2018

Perhaps the most fascinating single fact of the Cambrian explosion is that life on Earth diversified from largely unicellular organism

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Posted by David P. Butler at Acquia on Mar 1, 2018

According to the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey, the most loved development framework is React, and the most wanted is

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Posted by Preston So at Acquia on Mar 1, 2018

At no point in the history of digital content has there ever been such a dizzying proliferation of devices in our lives, and experiences we encounter and consume.

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