Issue 208 – September, 24th 2015
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The Drupal Association's DrupalCon Barcelona YouTube playlist.
Like many of you Steve Purkiss isn't at DrupalCon Barcelona, yet he has a great summary of the first day.
Dries discusses the long development cycle for Drupal 8 and how using a feature branch workflow could have sped up development. Keeping the main branch in a shippable state has become a standard in modern software and moving Drupal to this methodology will help speed future releases
Enjoyed reading Matthew Tift thoughts on the Drupal community.
Joris Snoek begins a series discussing how OpenLucius developed a headless system with Drupal 8, Node.js and Express.
Wim Leers slides and a summary of the DrupalCon Barcelona talk. Drupal 8 has a lot to get excited about when it comes to caching.
In the latest installment of this Four Kitchens series on Drupal 8 we learn how to create a Drupal 8 module.
If you have wondered why Composer is needed and how it fits in a Drupal 8 workflow read this post from Bojan Živanović.
Curious about the status of migrations from Drupal 6 and 7 to Drupal 8? Mike Ryan fills in the details in this post.
Another great beginner tutorial from OSTraining.com.
A new module to help you with those hook_update_N tasks.
We discuss TheWeeklyDrop 2015 survey and a couple great projects.
Dries announced that the Drupal 8 RC1 is slated for October 7th.
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