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Drupal 9 release date has been pinned for June 3, 2020, and it's coming up super fast. What does that mean for your site?

Developer portals need three kinds of great content to succeed. 

  1. API Documentation

  2. Technical Documentation

Recently one of our clients asked us to come up with a better language detection and redirection solution for their multilingual Drupal 8 site.

On several occasions clients have come to us asking for a form with a gated resource. They want the  resource (.pdf, .doc, .xls etc.) to be available to download after the user fills a form.

Pattern Lab (PL), a commonly known pattern library, is an open-source project to generate a design system for your site. In the last two years it has gotten a lot of attention in the Drupal community.

Commenting system giant Disqus powers reader conversations on millions of sites, including large publishers like Rolling Stone and the Atlantic.

Most corporate websites have a career section where people can find out what jobs are open. These sections can range from just a few standing openings to hundreds of vacant positions across multiple job types that open and close frequently.

I presented at DrupalCon Nashville about working with the City of San Francisco to make a better transaction experience for residents. Moving beyond a simple content site where we tell users how to do things, we are now developing a brand new city

With all the changes in Drupal 8, it’s no wonder the landscape for access control modules is adapting.

Dreditor is a beloved and indispensable tool, in the form of a browser extension, that enhances project issue pages on Drupal.org.

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