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Let’s Rethink Multi-site, ok?​

September 14, 2021
Drupal multisite is the method used to host many sites using one Drupal installation. This concept and ability have been around since the beginning of Drupal. It solved lots of problems at the time but created ...
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John

Google Maps View with Custom Overlays

September 02, 2021
Maps are a common feature many websites want to implement, and depending on requirements, often it is enough to simply embed the map. However, what if you want to create map markers using your own site data or ...
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Gabe

The Best Part Is No Part

January 14, 2021
I once sat on a mountain and deeply contemplated the mysteries of Drupal development. Actually, I live on a mountain, so I do this every day, and the title of this post isn't a Zen revelation, I stole that from ...
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Calvin

An Experiment: GraphQL in Twig

December 03, 2020
While experimenting with Gatsby + Drupal and doing research for my previous posts here, I came across the GraphQL Twig module. This module is beta and hasn't had a lot of activity. I'm not sure how it addresses ...
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Calvin

Drupal Backender Learns Gatsby: Core JSON:API vs GraphQL 3

November 18, 2020
At BADCamp 2019 I attended Michael Schmid’s presentation on decoupled web site building and hosting. There, I learned about the GraphQL module that's been developed to do decoupled Drupal, instead of JSON:API ...
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Calvin

Local Behat Testing with Lando and Pantheon

October 08, 2020
If you've followed Pantheon's Build Tool Instructions and used Pantheon's Example Drops 8 Composer as the base to take advantage of CircleCI then you've encountered Behat tests. Behat tests are extremely ...
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Zakiya

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