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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Sep 10, 2014

Some of the great news in Drupal 8 development was the introduction of web services directly in core, allowing other applications to interact with Drupal to consume exposed information or services

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Aug 26, 2014

Welcome to the 6th installment of an 8-part blog series we're calling "The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8." Whether you're a site builder, module

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Aug 5, 2014

Originally posted on Yellow Pencil's blog.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jul 23, 2014

Cross-posted with permission from nerdstein

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Jun 23, 2014

Drupal 8 has made a lot of changes. Architectural and technical changes abound, but Drupal 8 has also brought social changes.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on May 29, 2014

Welcome to the 4th installment of an 8-part blog series we're calling "The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8." Whether you're a site builder, module

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on May 28, 2014

Cross-posted with permission from Third and Grove

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on May 26, 2014

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on May 11, 2014

Percona Live was held at the beginning of April this year and the Acquia team was there. This was a really great conference and I want to start by encouraging any DBA/database developer who uses MySQL in a production environment to go to the Percona Live conference. It's a great place to hear about new functionality, new products and how other companies are using MySQL at scale. Large companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter as well as hot startups like Box all send representatives to share their knowledge.

At Acquia we use the Percona version of MySQL as our standard data store for all hosted Drupal sites as well as for lots of internal projects. Since all our production servers use MySQL replication to provide high availability and our databases are continuously growing we're always looking to get better performance out of replication. The new replication enhancements in MySQL 5.6 and 5.7 are promising better performance but need some work in the application and tools to deliver on that performance. At this year's conference I decided to take a new look at the current state of external high availability and failover solutions to see what enhancements they could deliver and how much effort would be involved in implementing them.

I want to summarize and compare four of the more interesting products that are currently available. I will also point out if there are Drupal specific things to keep in mind when choosing between them. All these tools are open source and free.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Apr 8, 2014

On the eve of 2013, prolific Drupal contributor Larry Garfield put forth a challenge to "get off the island", and

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Apr 1, 2014

The PhpStorm IDE comes with a bundled Drupal Plugin, providing functionality for modules, themes as well as for core Drupal development for Drupal 6, 7 or 8.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Mar 26, 2014

Acquia Cloud strives to be the best place to build and manage Drupal web sites. One aspect of that is providing the best, most current PHP runtime environment for Drupal.

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Mar 26, 2014

In late 2009, Drupal 7 introduced render caching — enabling Drupal modules to easily cache the final HTML corresponding to a subtree in a Drupal render

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Posted by Acquia Dev at Acquia on Mar 25, 2014

Back in August 2013, I wrote the original version of this article on my Drupal Gardens blog.

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Posted by on Feb 27, 2014

This blog post is a textual representation of the video shared yesterday.

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