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Drupal 9: Getting Ready For The Upgrade

Drupal 9 is expected to be released on June 3, 2020. Here’s how you can start preparing for the upgrade.

PHP_CodeSniffer: Ignoring Standards

Learn how to write maintainable and readable code by making code violations.

Reducing Cyclomatic Complexity and NPath Complexity: Steps for Refactoring

Increased cyclomatic complexity and NPath complexity of code make it hard to read and test. Let's see how we can ensure that our code is in its best form.

A QA Engineer's Perspective to Accessibility Testing

Here's why it's important to test all applications for accessibility, as well as the guiding principles and QA checklists to get you started.

Creating A Custom View Field In Drupal 8 To Use With Workflow States

Here's how to create a custom view field in Drupal 8 to use with workflow states.

Creating A Custom Exposed View Filter In Drupal 8 To Use With Workflow States

Here’s how to create a custom exposed view filter in Drupal 8 to use with workflow states.

Setting Up A Custom Bootstrap Theme With Drupal 8

Learn how to set up a Bootstrap 4 based sub-theme on your Drupal 8 website.

GirlScript India Summit 2018: A Learning Experience

The GirlScript India Summit 2018 was packed with great speakers, valuable information, and many learning opportunities for beginners in technology.

Drupal 8: Inline Form Errors - Transitions

While using the core’s Inline Form Errors module, I found it had some minor usability issues. I created a custom module called Inline Form Errors - Transitions to help address some of these and improve user experience.

Clean Up Unwanted Content In A Drupal Website

What to keep in mind when approaching a clean-up project to remove duplicate, spam, or other unwanted content from a Drupal website.

Decoupled Drupal: Webhooks Vs. APIs

APIs and webhooks both offer their own advantages. An efficient application should make the best of both worlds and use a combined approach.

API Testing with Postman: Part 3

In this part of the API testing series, we’ll discuss the Newman CLI tool, which is helpful for developers and testers when running API calls and collections in the command line.