We missed a week, but we're back with a super-sized retro episode where we talk with two of the original DrupalEasy podcast hosts! First, Andrew Riley drops by to cover some recent Drupal news and make some module picks-of-the week (including a Drupal logo memory game!) Then, Mike speaks with Ryan Price about feature flags - it's not a module, not a service, but rather a design pattern. Finally, Chris Weber also has some new change records for us.
- New Drupal Brand Ready for Drupal 9 Launch
- 2020 Drupal Local Development Survey Results
- Sustaining the Drupal Association | COVID-19 Impact
- Community Working Group's Wellbeing Hour - this webinar will be recorded and made available.
- Block exclude pages module
- Yoast SEO module
- Config readonly module
- Config split module
- Devel/Webprofiler module
- Scheduled transitions module
- Druplicon card game!
The Change Notice
- Professional local development with DDEV - 2-hour, hands-on, online workshop held monthly (Wednesday, June 3, Tuesday, July 7).
- Local Web Development with DDEV Explained
- Drupal Career Online - next semester begins August 31.
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During this episode around the 23rd minute, config split was discussed. I've found this DrupalCon session discussed its usage quite well: https://youtu.be/x2kYZhgUSU0?t=732
Correction Re: BLT
At around 6:39 Mike says, "BLT... uses the built-in web server that comes with PHP... 'Build Load and Test' is what BLT stands for, I believe. I believe what it does is it provides a really good structure for... a multi-branch developer workflow." That, unfortunately, is almost entirely incorrect. BLT stands for "Build and Launch Tools", and it's "Acquia's toolset for automating Drupal 8 development, testing, and deployment". It provides tools for local development, automated testing, production artifact generation, and continuous integration & deployment. Find the project, with further details, at https://github.com/acquia/blt. 🙂
"Amazing - every word of…
"Amazing - every word of what you just said was wrong."
Travis - thanks for keeping me honest. I've actually exchanged a few emails with Dane Powell, one of the BLT leads, on having him come on the podcast to further set me straight :)