Drupal 9 has been around since June 3, 2020, and many websites have already upgraded to it.
According to Drupal core usage statistics on drupal.org, there are 23,753 websites using the 9.0.x and 26,411 using the 9.1.x branch. 162,090 websites are currently on the 8.9.x branch, so they are really very close to a seamless Drupal 9 upgrade.
Hello everyone! Isn’t it great to live in the era of ecommerce? It has erased all geographical boundaries and transformed the shopping experiences forever. All that shoppers may need is a comfortable chair, their favorite cup of coffee… and your online store!
It’s just the time to create one, or upgrade your existing online store so it keeps up with the latest digital trends. Consider an awesome option — a Drupal 8 or 9 online store on Drupal Commerce.
Today, we will discuss one of the powerful tools that transformed authoring experiences in Drupal 8 and 9. The Layout Builder jumped into the Drupal core in version 8.5 as an experimental module. Since then, it has become stable and enriched with more capabilities for both editors and developers. In Drupal 9, it keeps getting better. Welcome to take a look at how the Layout Builder works!