Drupal Camp Asheville 2024 - July 12th-14th
When a decoupled project begins one of the hardest parts that I’ve found is setting up a local environment to simulate all the necessary components. How will the CMS be served? How will the decoupled front end be displayed? What about the dev server for rendering previews? Can I still call it headless or is decoupled the only appropriate word?
Embracing the Future of Drupal with AI: Innovations, Technologies, and Trends for Competitive Digital Experiences
You've read the Statement of Work for your next client project: A full content audit of their website to prepare for the client's first migration to Drupal.
This client has 50k+ PDFs on their website, and few (if any) are 508-compliant. Your job is to audit all PDFs for 508 compliance to support a new, accessible Drupal website.
Adding new block types to Layout Builder is hard… harder than it should be. You either have to deal with Custom Block types which have a fairly rigid field structure that lack composability and are tracked as config. Or there’s Inline Blocks which require creating a new Block plugin PHP class and understanding how to create a form using Form API.
The hardest part of being a Jr Dev is understanding the value you bring to your organization and also understanding why you are considered a Jr Dev. and not a Mid Level one.
The difference between where you are and where you want to be is less about the technical knowledge you have, but more about the fine details in communication and delivering on expectations in a timely manner.