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Gizra.com: Yo Hedley!

Posted on Thursday, December 25th, 2014 by Anonymous

Bingo! I think we're on to something here. It's called yo hedley - and its one command that brings a true headless Drupal to everybody.

In my last DrupalCon Bof presentation "Gizra - we've got your headless covered" I've taken the time to explain why "headless" was in fact mostly a buzz word. While I encourage you to have a look at the presentation, I'm actually more excited about telling you why I feel this is no longer the case.

Go ahead an check the live demo!

Continue reading…

Gizra.com: Yo Hedley!

Posted on Thursday, December 25th, 2014 by Anonymous

Bingo! I think we're on to something here. It's called yo hedley - and its one command that brings a true headless Drupal to everybody.

In my last DrupalCon Bof presentation "Gizra - we've got your headless covered" I've taken the time to explain why "headless" was in fact mostly a buzz word. While I encourage you to have a look at the presentation, I'm actually more excited about telling you why I feel this is no longer the case.

Go ahead an check the live demo!

Continue reading…

Gizra.com: Yo Hedley!

Posted on Thursday, December 25th, 2014 by Anonymous

Bingo! I think we're on to something here. It's called yo hedley - and its one command that brings a true headless Drupal to everybody.

In my last DrupalCon Bof presentation "Gizra - we've got your headless covered" I've taken the time to explain why "headless" was in fact mostly a buzz word. While I encourage you to have a look at the presentation, I'm actually more excited about telling you why I feel this is no longer the case.

Go ahead an check the live demo!

Continue reading…

Drupal Watchdog: The Drupal 6 to 8 Upgrade Challenge - Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, December 24th, 2014 by Anonymous

Nathaniel Catchpole , the Drupal 8 release maintainer and Tag1 Senior Performance Engineer, suggested that Drupal shops everywhere could support the release of Drupal 8 by upgrading their own sites and addressing the issues they find along the way. This is part two of a series chronicling the journey from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8.

Part 1: Readiness Assessment

Part 2: Preparing to Migrate D6 to D8

Having concluded the readiness assessment, we turn next to migrating the content and configuration. In reality, there’s little chance that we would migrate anything but the blogs from our old site, For the sake of giving Migrate in Core a workout with real conditions, however, we’re going to upgrade with core’s Migrate Drupal module rather than rebuilding.

Drupal Watchdog: The Drupal 6 to 8 Upgrade Challenge - Part 2

Posted on Wednesday, December 24th, 2014 by Anonymous

Nathaniel Catchpole , the Drupal 8 release maintainer and Tag1 Senior Performance Engineer, suggested that Drupal shops everywhere could support the release of Drupal 8 by upgrading their own sites and addressing the issues they find along the way. This is part two of a series chronicling the journey from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8.

Part 1: Readiness Assessment

Part 2: Preparing to Migrate D6 to D8

Having concluded the readiness assessment, we turn next to migrating the content and configuration. In reality, there’s little chance that we would migrate anything but the blogs from our old site, For the sake of giving Migrate in Core a workout with real conditions, however, we’re going to upgrade with core’s Migrate Drupal module rather than rebuilding.

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