Marc Drummond (mdrummond), Front-end developer at Lullabot, Drupal core contributor, and self-processed Star Wars expert joins Kelley and Mike to discuss all the things the Drupal front-end community has been talking about lately. We also discuss the next major version of Drupal, whether or not a major Drupal contrib module will be deprecated, as well as our picks of the week.
- Component-based rendering
- How would we implement this in Drupal? (contrib: Zen + Components?)
- Create a new user-facing core theme
- How can people get involved in components and/or the new theme? Drupaltwig on Slack
- Is Composer too hard?, Will Composer be a barrier for sitebuilders?
- Writing tests for Drupal
- Responsive images
- Liberty theme
- Windup theme
- The Fall, 2016 session of Drupal Career Online begins September 26; applications are now open.
- Introduction to Drupal 8 Module Development at DrupalCon Dublin.
- Proposal: Deprecate Field Collections for Drupal 8, focus on Entity Reference Revisions & Paragraphs.
- The Average Web Page (Data from Analyzing 8 Million Websites).
- There will never be a Drupal 9 vs. There will be a Drupal 9, and here is why.
- MyDropWizard.com - Long-term-support services for Drupal 6, 7, and 8 sites.
- WebEnabled.com - devPanel.
Picks of the Week
- Mike - Smart Trim module.
- Kelley - Drupal Security Team shield on Drupal.org project pages. I’m looking at you, Typogrify and Administration Menu!
- Marc - Making web accessibility great again: Auditing the US Presidential Candidates Websites for Accessibility, and nested doc root on Pantheon.
- Midwest Drupal Summit - August 19-21, 2016.
- DrupalCon Dublin - September 26-30, 2016.
- NEDCamp September 30 - October 1, 2016.
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- Docker for Mac
- Writing a fantasy novel
- DrupalCamp Twin Cities
- Chunk-y Town - performed by Marc Drummond at Twin Cities DrupalCamp 2016.
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