Acquia Developer Tools

Acquia offers powerful, easy-to-use tools to help developers create sites quickly. Our tools help clients to create sites, automate workflows and monitor and optimize applications.

 Documentation | Learn More


Automate Workflows

For a comprehensive overview of Acquia Cloud developer tools that help to automate workflows and optimize sites, visit Acquia Developer Experience Details.

Watch how Acquia's products all work together

Posted by Gabe Sullice
If you haven’t already seen Acquia Migrate: Accelerate, take a moment to watch this short demo video and pay special attention to the UI after the 40-second mark. What you’ll see is a full-page React application. Except for the administration toolbar at the top of the screen, every visible element is rendered in the browser with React, even the breadcrumbs. This architecture allowed us to create a user interface that looks, feels, and is an integral part of a Drupal 9…
Posted by Matthew Grasmick
If you're a professional Drupal developer starting a new Drupal project, you’re likely eager to jump in and start writing code. Still, even professional developers can run into roadblocks when kicking off a new project. From installing and upgrading software and jumping through security hoops to setting up tools like Composer, Drush, and xDebug, Git etc. — there’s a lot that needs to happen before you can start coding. Why dampen all your enthusiasm with extra steps…
Posted by Alec Reynolds
For the last year, as Lando has become the go-to local development solution for a wide range of PHP-focused hosting companies, our friends in the Drupal world have been asking: when does Acquia get an integration? Long has the relationship between Acquia and Lando been a love that dare not speak its own name. It was a tryst rumored in hallways at Drupal camps, a romance that existed in our hearts, but never in the comforting solidity of code. Today, we're proud to…
Posted by Mark Royko
I recently created a new site on Acquia’s hosting platform, and of course, had to install an SSL certificate. Because I anticipate the addition of several subdomains in the future, I wanted to simplify things by creating a single certificate that would cover each of these with the fewest headaches. The trouble is, wildcard certs are expensive: Spending over $200 on what amounts to the most basic security requirement for any website seems way, way out of line,…