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Apr 26 2021
Apr 26

Now on Drupal 9, the community isn’t slowing down. This month, we continue our interview with Angie Byron, a.k.a Webchick, a Drupal Core committer and product manager, Drupal Association Board Member, author, speaker, mentor, and Mom, and so much more. Currently, she works at Aquia for the Drupal acceleration team, where her primary role is […]

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Feb 09 2021
Feb 09

Now on Drupal 9, the community isn’t slowing down. This month, we continue our interview with Angie Byron, a.k.a Webchick, a Drupal Core committer and product manager, Drupal Association Board Member, author, speaker, mentor, and Mom, and so much more. Currently, she works at Aquia for the Drupal acceleration team, where her primary role is […]

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Jan 08 2021
Jan 08

Now on Drupal 9, the community isn’t slowing down. This month, we sit down and talk with Angie Byron, a.k.a Webchick, a Drupal Core committer and product manager, Drupal Association Board Member, author, speaker, mentor, and Mom, and so much more. Currently, she works at Aquia for the Drupal acceleration team, where her primary role […]

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May 05 2020
May 05

The cornerstone protocol for the global web is HTTP—a plain text, lightly structured thing. Despite its apparent simplicity, it does its one job exceedingly well. In the May issue, we dive into how HTTP to compose responses, look at how to protect API requests, read about decoupling website requests, wrap up our introduction to Machine […]

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May 05 2020
May 05

The ability to create and publish content in real-time without knowing HTML or the ability to program is a common feature of many websites. This capability allows individuals to produce web content regardless of their technical ability. Producing web content is a common feature of many content management systems (CMS). Some websites don’t allow direct […]

The post Decoupling Drupal From Its Frontend System to Use in an Existing Website appeared first on php[architect].

Dec 11 2018
Dec 11

This article demonstrates six different methods of changing content and functionality in Drupal. Each method requires a different skill set and level of expertise, from non-technical inexperienced users to advanced Drupal developers. For each method, we describe the components, skills, knowledge, and limitations involved. The goal is to highlight Drupal’s flexibility as a Content Management framework.

This article was originally published in the December 2018 issue of php[architect] magazine. To read the complete article please subscribe or purchase the complete issue.

Feb 01 2018
Feb 01

As a digital agency we need to have a good content management solution for our clients. Even in situations where we are developing more custom apps than content web applications, we still need a good, modular CMS solution. As Symfony developers, we wanted to find powerful CMS solutions built on Symfony. We wanted to use our Symfony knowledge for building custom things on our chosen CMS solution. In this article, I will show you what we learned and how you can build things using Symfony inside Drupal.

This article was originally published in the February 2018 issue of php[architect] magazine. To read the complete article please subscribe or purchase the complete issue.

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