The Drupal migration framework supports a variety of sources and the ability to specify custom sources and destinations. We are talking about how to pick the right migration strategy here.
In the second part of the PHP 8 blog series, let’s look at getting some of the common PHP extensions and configure it to run with Drupal.
We are taking a closer look at engineering best practices: why we need them and how they help us deliver value to our customers.
Why and how to update the Drupal Core after Drupal 9’s release with Composer and what are the challenges along the way.
The creation of dynamic routes has changed as compared to the past versions of Drupal. This tutorial can help you create a dynamic route and upcast its parameter.
Explore all the possibilities about the CKEditor integration in Drupal 8 and learn them practically with various methods in this blog post.
Taking a step towards creating a culture of learning with Quality Assurance Hackathons at Axelerant
The Drupal community welcomes all those who wish to contribute, including non-developers. That's what I learned during my first Drupal Camp: Bay Area Drupal Camp 2020.
Explore an automated testing solution that works better with headless Drupal applications or decoupled Drupal and get some real experience of using Cypress in actual Drupal applications.
In this post, our Director of Drupal Services discusses four things that he took away from Acquia Engage 2020 as a Drupal developer, architect, and contributor.
PHP 8 adds a lot of exciting new features, find out how to upgrade your Drupal site to PHP 8 and solve the prevalent challenges.
Acquia Engage Online 2020 is free for anyone to attend. This will bring enterprise-level technologists and CTOs, digital agency decision makers, CMOs, Acquians, members of the Drupal and Mautic communities, and others. And we’re proud to be sponsoring.