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Should you use Paragraphs or Layout Builder to design flexible pages for your Drupal site? Let's compare Layout Builder vs. Paragraphs from a content perspective.
Today, we'd like to honour Princeton mathematician John Conway, who passed away from COVID-19 at 82 years old. He made impressive contributions in various areas of mathematics but is most widely known for his invention of Conway's Game of Life, a cellular automaton in which simple rules give rise to surprisingly complex behaviours.
This is Part 2 of our article on how to tweak BLT so that it can work with Pantheon. If you want more information about BLT, Pantheon, and our setup, go to Part 1. In this part of the article, we'll go into the details of setting up the CI/CD system in a Drupal project with BLT and GitLab CI.
This article will help you make tweaks so that BLT can work with Pantheon. In Part 1, we'll give you an overview of Acquia BLT, Pantheon, CI/CD pipelines and the other parts that make up the system and explain why they're important. We'll introduce a simple use case and set the groundwork for the implementation of the setup in Part 2.
Last year, I created a presentation for DrupalCamp Atlanta called "Growing the Drupal Community". Since then, it's been my hallway track conversation of choice, and everyone I talk to seems onboard with the goal of growing Drupal. As part of my role on the Drupal Association board, I'm chairing the Community & Governance Committee. We've been having lots of conversations about facilitating community growth, and I wanted to share some of what I've been thinking.
In today's hyper-connected world, offering mobile apps for your business or services have become an expectation. At Evolving Web, we have been actively researching and experimenting with cross-platform technologies. Here's an overview of the pros and cons of React Native and Flutter, two top mobile development frameworks for 2020.
Now that the year is nearing its end, I have the chance to reflect on what I learned about UX design this year, and want to share some highlights from a conference I attended last month.
Good ideas and innovation come from a variety of sources, and we're proud to have built a multinational team and an open culture where ideas are freely shared. Aside from Canada, our employees come from countries as diverse as Vietnam, India, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, and the Netherlands. We're happy to be working with talented people who bring their unique experiences and skill sets to our growing agency every day. Here are the stories of two developers, Robert and Jigar.