Decoupled Days is THE conference to attend if you’re at all interested in all things headless and decoupled. Now in its seventh year, this year’s conference will be held in person in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from August 16 to 17.
Chapter Three is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of Decoupled Days 2023. We’re also excited to have the opportunity to discuss Next-Drupal and its reverberating impact on the Drupal community with this year’s attendees.
John Faber and Andy Marquis of Chapter Three will be presenting on the second day of the conference from 10:00 to 10:30 am. In a session entitled What is Next-Drupal and Why Use It?, they will discuss the evolution of the Drupal front-end from Twig to Next.js and how this has accelerated innovation by lowering clients’ total cost of ownership by moving to a composable business model while retaining all the real-time editorial functions of the Drupal front end.
Other sessions we will be checking out include:
- The Future of the Open Web is Composable: Bryan Gruneberg and Bree Benesh
- Delightful DX When Working with a Decoupled Drupal Integration: Jesus Olivas
- The What, Why, and How of Composable Architecture: James Luterek
- Successful Content Practices Rely on Strong Organizational Design Principles: Matthew Weil
- How to Use AI in a Decoupled and Composable Architecture: Michael Schmid
Decoupled Days 2023 comes on the heels of DrupalCon Pittsburgh, during which Pantheon co-founder Josh Koenig boldly declared that “the future of Drupal is headless.” We couldn’t agree more, and it’s exciting to see this new path gaining increasing traction within the Drupal community. The market is clearly shifting towards the API-first composable model, and Drupal is a standout in this open web, API-first, composable digital future.
If you want to attend Decoupled Days, please register here and book your reservation at the Hotel Andaluz in Albuquerque here. We look forward to the great conversations we expect ours and the other presentations to generate, and we hope to see you there.
If you have any questions about how a decoupled API-first approach can help your business, always feel free to contact us.