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On Tuesday, Dries gave the best keynote I’ve heard him deliver.
I recently had the opportunity to see Nate Haug deliver a presentation about his Backdrop CMS project and it's upcoming 1.0.0 release (Jan. 15).
What follows is part one in a series of posts on web performance that I've wanted to write for quite some time.
If you're a frontend developer or designer that has grumbled about the challenges of Drupal theming, you no doubt applauded the announcement that the Twig template framework
I've been working on a Drupal 7 installation profile and accompanying theme for the past couple months (demo site here).
A common scenario that Drupal developers and site builders run into is keeping the database in sync between the dev, testing and production versions of a site.
In the post on base themes that I wrote earlier this week, I pointed out that core adds a lot of CSS to your site that you may not want.
When it comes to Drupal base themes, it seems the conversation is often limited to which one you should choose, rather than discussing whether you should be using one at all.
Last weekend in Orlando was the 2014 edition of Florida DrupalCamp. It was a great event with loads of outstanding presentations and community building.
Want to learn what's on tap with Drupal 8? Maybe spend a little time in a warm and sunny place? Then Florida DrupalCamp 2014 might be just the ticket for you.