React is a flexible and efficient JS library aimed at interface creation for users. It is used for Instagram, Yahoo, Sony, Netflix etc. Drupal is a popular CMS targeted at website development of various complexity, which is also used as a framework for web-applications.
A long awaited release of Drupal 9 is going to take place in summer 2020. Thus, numerous questions arise with regard to preparation to this migration. What is the expected complexity of this process? Let us get some insight into the matter, taking into account certain facts.
If you need a site to effectively promote your business, but you do not want to spend a lot of money on it - then you'll be ideally suited for landing.
Information technology is constantly evolving and improving, so it is not surprising that appear new services, which differ in their purpose and range of services.
As we already know - every six months a new version of Drupal comes out. So in this article I want to talk about the opportunities of the latest version of Drupal - Drupal 8.4.0. It was released on October 4th.
Advantages of the newest Drupal 8.4.0
We already got acquainted with the new improvements in Drupal 8 and its features. In this article, I want to raise the issue of the best and most effective modules for Drupal 8. Among the many modules for Drupal 8, I propose that you pay attention to the most relevant and brightest ones in my point of view.
Improvement in speed - Drupal 8 module Subrequests.
All right, to migrate the Drupal site to a modern hosting, you must to transfer files and database of this web-site.
To do this, you can use:
• On the server - administrator rights, MySQL, PHP and Linux/Windows Apache.
• On the hosting - control panel or access by SSH.
Creating a database dump
Drupal 8 surprises us by its new features. Instead of our custom PHP Template, we will use the Twig Template. That is, if we used templates
*.tpl.php before, then we will now use
Twig - is a compilation handler of open source templates, written in PHP programming language.
Drupal 7 first introduced the Ajax API, which is quite handy and was also able to expand by writing its custom Ajax functions. In Drupal 8, the Ajax API has become more informative and even more flexible.
As you know in Drupal 7, the connection of JS and CSS files has been implemented quite simply, namely using the appropriate functions:
• drupal_add_js () - connection of the JS file
• drupal_add_css () - connection of styles
And there was one more for connecting libraries:
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