Drupal 9

One of the goals of our blog posts is to spread the word about the best web development practices. When it comes to the best practices for PHP-based CMSs like Drupal, the famous package manager Composer is always on top of the list. Some time ago, we published an article about the superpowers of Composer in Drupal development but would also like to dedicate a special post to its new release. Read on to see why it’s a great idea and how to upgrade to Composer 2.

14 Jun 2021
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Several years ago we were all happy to discover the great news about the upcoming Drupal 9 that promised to be super easy to upgrade to. Finally, the ninth version of the CMS was released in June, 2020. Now that it has almost been a year after the release, there is a growing number of websites that have already made this easiest upgrade in history.

04 May 2021
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It’s no secret that all software products work significantly better when updated. Drupal is no exception. All websites built with the Drupal CMS benefit immensely from the regular updates of the Drupal core, modules, and themes. On the contrary, ignoring these procedures can bring trouble.  Discover more about the importance of and the options for updating Drupal websites from today’s blog post by the Golems team of Drupal experts.
22 Jan 2021
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What's new in PHP 8: overview of key features and improvements A major update of a programming language is always a huge event in the software development world. One of these big days was November 26, 2020 — the PHP 8 release date. Our Drupal development team was happy to welcome the arrival of PHP 8.0. It’s not just Drupal development teams that their breath at this release — PHP also lies at the heart of WordPress, Joomla, Magento, OpenCart, Craft CMS, PyroCMS, OctoberCMS, Contao, ExpressionEngine, and other CMSs. In addition, this open-source, platform-independent, powerful, flexible, fast, well-documented, and easy-to-learn programming language is used on websites without any CMS. In total, according to the stats, PHP works on 79.1% of websites whose server-side programming language is known.
03 Jan 2021
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