AGILEDROP: Other Top Drupal Blogs from February

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Again late maybe, but besides our blog activities in February, we still owe you the work from the other authors. So, here's are the best Drupal blogs from February that were not written by us.

We'll start our overview with Tim Mallezie and his Porting Drupal 7 modules to Drupal 8. A lot has been said that many modules are not properly converted to Drupal 8. So, the author explains, how to properly import modules from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8. In addition, he explained one of his approaches which he tested on one of his modules.

You can read the full blog post here.

Our second choice is Dries Buytaert and his Sharing innovation with your competitors. The founder of the Drupal explained how many projects began to challenge the prevailing model by outsourcing their projects, so that everyone, even the competitors can see their work (code).

You can read the full blog post here.

Our third choice is Mateu Aguiló Bosch, who wrote Using the serialization system in Drupal. The blog post explains what serialization means, how it differs from deserializing, and how it is used in Drupal 8.

You can read the full blog post here.

We continue with Aiesha Hasan and her Pros and cons of using Drupal for large Ecommerce store. She tried to present the readers, why Drupal could be a right choice for their e-commerce solution. First, she explained the advantages (better scalability ...) and then the disadvantages (difficult to learn ...) of Drupal as a solution.

You can read the full blog post here.

Our fifth choice is Overview of Twig Extentions in Drupal 8 by Ashish Pandey. The author wrote about templating system Twig, which brought a big change in the Drupal community.

You can read the full blog post here.

Making the sixth spot was Dave Vasilevsky with writing Installing Drupal Console on Windows. Drupal console is a command-line tool for managing Drupal 8 sites and enjoyed a large number of downloads. However, getting Drupal Console running on Windows can be quite difficult, so the author wrote this step-by-step guide for a help.

You can read the full blog post here.

We'll conclude our overview with Ivan Zugec and his How to create Responsive Image Galleries using Juicebox in Drupal 8. The author presents, how to use Juicebox, HTML5 responsive image gallery, which integrates with Drupal with using Juicebox module. It’s not open source, but it has a free version.

You can read the full blog post here.

That's our selection for the past month. We are quite aware that not everyone is interested in everything and that some other important topics were covered as well. But as we said, that's our selection. Don't forget, we'll make a list every month so that you will be informed as much as possible. Until then, wait for our next blog post.

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