Drupal 9 is just around the corner. Here's what you need to do to ensure a smooth upgrade.

Kim Pepper
/ 19 March 2020

How to Take Care of Your Tech Employees

Drupal has seen a range of administrative experiences over its history, starting with early Drupal mainstays like the Garland theme and Seven, perhaps the most recognizable iteration of Drupal's editorial experience in its history.

Current realities are rapidly shifting for all of us. What to do now? What can we expect? 

One of the seemingly intractable difficulties in content management systems is the notion of supporting collaborative editing in a peer-to-peer fashion.

Like many companies, PreviousNext didn't expect the Coronavirus crisis to hit so hard or quick, nor did we anticipate the rapid effects on the global economy.

One of the important aspects of keeping your Drupal 8 site up-to-date, secure and performing well is to remove unused modules.

There are a number of reasons why you would want to do this:

Very recently I relaunched this blog using Gatsby.js, which is in the category of static page generators.