Search API is one of the great things about Drupal. The ability to take any of your content and map its fields, run it through processors, and add boosts allows for crafting a powerful search all from the Drupal interface.
As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance at an unprecedented rate, there is an urgent need to consider its ethical implications. AI has the potential to revolutionize many industries, but it also presents new challenges and risks.
Funded as part of the Pitch-burg Innovation Contest, The Drupal API Client project aims to assemble a group of contributors in order to combine the best of existing Drupal API clients into a set of utilities that can both address common use cases with little configuration, and also be extended to
Brian Perry, Pantheon
Business, DevOps, End users / Content Admin, Project Management, Site Building
Summary: For many of us, asking for and receiving feedback can be the most nerve-inducing part of our working lives. Our discomfort with this topic results in lost opportunities to address areas of improvement before they influence our career.
DDEV features and add-ons could ease your developer workflow. However, you might already be using Lando and be an expert at it. This talk provides you with a quick DDEV intro as well as a side-by-side comparison of 3 Lando config files and what would it take to get the same features on DDEV.
The contract is signed, the project team is defined, and goals are set. So you’re probably thinking, let’s kick the project off. Although it’s exciting to jump in and make progress on a new project, there’s a lot to think about before getting started.
Drupal has an amazing community and body of resources for learning, connecting with individuals and entities, and getting involved. But as a beginner or even a tangential/peripheral user, it can take a bit of stumbling, word of mouth, etc. to know what's out there.