Almost all of the DrupalEasy Podcast hosts congregate to take a look back and a look forward at Drupal 8. We discuss some of our favorite things about Drupal 8 as well as what we're looking forward to the most in the coming year. Also, Anna provides us with a first-person look at DrupalCamp Northern Lights (Iceland), and Ted leads a discussion on Drupal 8.3.
Our favorite things about Drupal 8 (so far).
- Mike - everything you can do with just core, plugins.
- Ted - object-oriented codebase, experimental modules.
- Ryan - configuration management, migrate in core.
- Anna - module and theme libraries in core and base themes in core, view modes.
- Andrew - Restful services in core, Composer all the things.
What are we looking forward to the most in the Drupal universe in 2017?
- Mike - Pathauto, Pathauto in core issue, Redirect, Metatag, Paragraphs, more migration classes in contrib module.
- Ted - Media in core, JSON API in stable in contrib or core.
- Ryan - DrupalCon Baltimore - Being Human and Horizons tracks, non-Drupal-based theme systems.
- Anna - contrib getting up-to-speed (Rules and Webform, for example).
- Andrew - Florida DrupalCamp 2018.
- DrupalCon Baltimore "Introduction to Drupal 8 Module Development Training by DrupalEasy - Monday, April 24, 2017 - with Mike and Ted.
- Florida DrupalCamp 2017 Recap: Bigger in All Dimensions.
- DrupalCamp Northern Lights (Iceland)
- DrupalCon Vienna Program Changes
- What New Features Will You See in Drupal 8.3?, Improving Drupal 8's Usability and the Impact
- MyDropWizard.com - Long-term-support services for Drupal 6, 7, and 8 sites.
- WebEnabled.com - devPanel.
- DrupalCon Baltimore - April 24-28, 2017.
- Drupal Dev Days - March 21-25, 2017.
- MidCamp - March 31-April 2, 2017.
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Five Questions (answers only)
- Brewing beer.
- Windows Subsystem for Linux.
- Hiking the Appalachian trail (Jim Smith's blog).
- Doing three Drupal sites in three months, the first Orlando Drupal meetups.
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