Before Drupal 8, changes in site configuration could only be stored and moved between environments by using the Features module.
As several of our team members head to Drupal Camp Asheville this Friday, August 12-13, we’ve prepared a list of sessions we’re most interested in attending.
The Google Summer of Code initiative helps create new participants and enhance the free software produced by open source development communities. And we serve as a mentor for several Drupal-based projects.
Backdrop aims to step in and serve developers and end-users who want to continue doing things mostly the Drupal 7 way, but not fall behind the new technology (or product support) curve.
Docker has quickly become the favorite virtualization tool for many people, and at CivicActions we created a basic docker framework to facilitate our development processes.