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As more and more organizations grow their digital presence into online empires, the demand for innovation and efficiency for managing content across a number of websites has never been greater.
With the arrival of Drupal 8, organizations all around the world are talking about what they can do to improve their current Drupal websites. Meanwhile, others are asking whether now is the time to build a new Drupal site in D8.
Drupal is so much more than just an open source content management system. Drupal continues to evolve as a leading tool for creating exceptional digital experiences. Building loyalty online is no easy task as more consumers flock to the internet to shop.
Everything great about Drupal 7 just became a whole lot better. Everything difficult about Drupal 7 just got a whole lot easier. As a platform that can help your organization transform itself around digital business imperatives, Drupal 8 has unparalleled potential.
Your Drupal website is done, it looks the way you want it to, and it has all of the functionality required, right? Wrong! Often, people finish what looks like a complete Drupal site without giving a second thought to security.
Disclaimer: This is not a tutorial about the services module, but rather the object-oriented PHP concept of Services, the Service Container and Dependency Injection.
It’s time for one of our favorite Drupal events of the year: BADCamp! FFW is so excited to once again be sponsoring this great event for the Bay Area Drupal community and everyone who makes Drupal awesome.