Alongside the long awaited Drupal 8 Beta release, we have also updated our first Drupal 8 theme. We haven't include many new features but we have tried to clean up its code and have improved our starter kit.
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Today, we are very excited to announce the latest release of our Drupal 8 theme Prius. Alongside a full support of Drupal 8 Alpha 15, we have included a number of new features.
Drush is an essential tool if you are working with Drupal intensively. If you don't know it yet, Drush is command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal. It helps you to quickly perform various administation and maintenance tasks using only a terminal.
Drupal 8, Plugins, Guzzle, CMI, Caching... If those buzzwords trigger your interest you should read this article. We will cover those topics as we are building one of our first Drupal 8 modules.
Today we are excited to announce the latest release of our Drupal 8 theme Prius. The last build support the freshly baked Drupal 8 Alpha 14. The migration from alpha13 to alpha14 was pretty smooth even though we run into some weird issues.
Drupal is a powerful content management framework. It's even better when you take into account the 20000+ contributed modules and themes provided by the community. But use them with cautious if you don't want to slow down your website.
Over the last few months we have been more and more excited about the upcoming Drupal 8. We were very keen to try out the new theme layer and all the latest bells and whistles. So we create a base theme which is currently used by our main website.
Does Drupal 8 support all these new HTML5 input tags? Well it does to some extend. In this article we will explore the new shiny Drupal 8 Form API and see how far it implements the HTML5 input elements.
As a backend developer there is always room to improve your code to boost the performance of the website. In this article, we’ll discuss some common performance problems and shared some guidelines for backend developers.
Here’s a little shell script I’m using to prepare my local database after it has been synchronise with our live data.This script does depend on Drush being installed.