Drupal 9

Drush (the Drupal Shell) is one of the most convenient and functional assistants of all developers. Those who have already worked with it won't let us lie. Today, our Drupal development team continues to uncover all the power of this command-line utility and UNIX scripting interface for Drupal. Read on if you're interested in learning how Drupal 9 and Drush work together, what benefits it has, and how easy it is to sanitize data with Drush. Well, let's start!
06 Mar 2022
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One of the most important Drupal news of late 2021 is that Drupal 8 has reached its end of life on November 2. This means it’s high time to upgrade websites to Drupal 9 for all those who have not already. Moreover, Drupal 10 is planned for release in 2022 (most probably in June), so D8 websites are at risk of getting too far behind. Here is where the opportunities for automated deprecated code removal come in handy. Read on to find out more from this blog post by our development team. Deprecations and their role in Drupal 9 upgrades
01 Jan 2022
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Understanding the secret code that powers the work of software has long been the privilege of developers. For them, it’s not a mystery at all — just the professional use of a programming language. Non-tech-savvy people have not even dreamed of creating digital experiences, and every change in an app or a website usually required the developer’s input with coding.

06 Dec 2021
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Drupal is getting more modern in everything, and the default front-end theme is no exception. You might have heard that Drupal has a new front-end theme — Olivero. It was added to Drupal in version 9.1 as an experimental theme and is going to become the out-of-the-box option soon, which means all newly created Drupal installations will have it from the start instead of Bartik. Let’s see why this is great news, what design features Olivero has, and what philosophy is behind it.
03 Nov 2021
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