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Drupal 9 is coming. Even if it feels like you only just upgraded to Drupal 8, soon it’ll be time to make the switch to the next version. Fortunately, the shift from Drupal 8 to Drupal 9 should be relatively painless for most organizations. Here’s why.
F.C. Copenhagen, the Danish football champions and the largest football club in Scandinavia, recently made the switch to Drupal 8. The club wanted to offer its fans a better, more immersive experience, so it contacted FFW for help.
When evaluating an eCommerce solution for your digital platforms, there are several important factors to take into account.
Last week we released our latest white paper, 4 Reasons to Fast Track Your Move to Drupal 8.
In November of 2016, mobile device web traffic surpassed desktop traffic for the first time ever... and that trend is only growing.
While working on a presentation for DrupalCon Baltimore, I was brainstorming various tactics and proposals for removing components and modules from Drupal core. The act of deleting something from core can, at first glance, seem simple, but it brings up a more interesting discussion.
Extending in Twig is a method by which one template can inherit content from another template, while still being able to override parts of that content. This relationship is easy to imagine if you are familiar with Drupal’s default system of template inheritance.