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​Welcome to part two of Hell is Programming a Calendar, where I will dive into some of the more nitty-gritty details about handling time specifically in Drupal.

At Chapter Three, we believe that most Drupal websites could gain a performance boost by going headless.

On a couple of recent Next.js projects, the design called for highlighted excerpts to be displayed in the search results:

A project team is managing a site for people to see events in their local community. The client asks the team to make a (seemingly) pretty simple feature; they want logged-in users to be able to make their own events.

Drupal 7 and PHP’s end-of-life are right around the corner and many people are thinking about the best path forward.* The three options tend to be: a.) traditional “Lift and Shift” to Drupal 9, b.) “Lift, Shift and Improve a few things,” and c.) “

The notion of using Drupal as an API-first CMS has been floating around the community for many years. There has been a dream to fully use Drupal as a content platform and a cool React-based technology for the front of the house.

One of the major selling points of Drupal 9 is that the upgrade is really easy: fix your deprecated code, update your contrib modules, run some composer magic, and you’re done.

Chapter Three has been working to ensure our Next-Drupal product is the best solution it can be, and so we're thrilled to announce that Chapter Three is now an official Solutions Partner with Vercel.

You are ready to make your Drupal site headless; what do you need to know about hosting?

In some upcoming posts, we'll provide more details about the practical steps to implementing Next-Drupal.