At Chapter Three, we believe that most Drupal websites could gain a performance boost by going headless. While this is how we’re planning to build future Drupal sites, we understand going all in on headless might not be feasible for existing sites. This is why we built next-drupal for progressive adoption.
In this blog post I will provide an example of a method I use to deploy changes on the projects that I work on my own time. This method is very useful when there is a need to make a lot of manual changes to the site when there is a new release. You could use this method to automate deployment process of your Drupal sites.
In this blog post I will briefly overview some of the very useful HTTP response header parameters that will help to secure any website. In short - HTTP Response headers are name-value pairs of strings sent back from a server with the content you requested.
These are instructions on how to setup DigitalOcean droplet to host your personal website. DigitalOcean is a very affordable cloud hosting for developers (starting from $5 for a very simple droplet 512MB Memory / 1 CPU and 20GB disk).
As with many community-centric projects involving multiple parties, it is always difficult to juggle free time between teammates. Torn between client-centric activities and community-focused endeavors, we finally found a way to make bring all interested parties together. A group of us are all actively involved and eager to make waves in the Drupal administration game.
This is a very simple module that demonstrates implementation of a custom RESTful API in Drupal 8. Creating your own API with Drupal 8 has become a routine task that doesn't require a lot of work. However there are a lot of things I am not covering in this blog post, such as user login and user registration etc...
Origin pull CDN is a type of CDN where you don't have to upload files to the CDN server instead CDN does it for you. You only rewrite URLs to point to the CDN. When asked for a specific file, the CDN will first go to the original server, pull the file, cache and serve it
As a Project Manager at a digital agency, I live and die by my inbox. It's where every PM tool I use converges into a hub of notifications, important documents, questions and change requests. Time is money. Spending time manicuring your inbox improves communication, reduces overhead and reduces oversights.
I started an internal discussion with the team about the possibility of contributing an administrative theme to the community. Many were eager to help. A new Slack channel was born, and a impassioned flurry of ideas and concepts came pouring out.
When starting a new project we often outline our development process with our clients. The explanation helps our clients understand how important each aspect is to the immediate- and long-term success of their projects. This also illustrates the environment scheme needed.