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Palantir: D8FTW: Storing data in Drupal 8

Posted on Tuesday, August 11th, 2015 by drupalroot


Storing data in Drupal 8 blog post illustration

Newsflash: Storing and retrieving data is rather the point of a Content Management System like Drupal. Of course, not all content is created equal. Some needs a robust structure and curatorial controls built around it, while other data isn't really content at all but administrator-defined configuration. The way those need to work can vary widely.

DrupalOnWindows: Adding native JSON storage support in Drupal 7 or how to mix RDBM with NoSQL

Posted on Saturday, March 28th, 2015 by drupalroot

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I rencently read a very interesting article of an all time .Net developer comparing the MEAN stack (Mongo-Express-Angluar-Node) with traditional .Net application design. (I can't post the link because I'm unable to find the article!!).

Among other things he compared the tedious process of adding a new field in the RDBM model (modifying the database, then the data layer, then views and controllers), whereas in the MEAN stack it was as simple as adding two lines of code to the UI.

Lullabot: Drupalize.Me 2015 Spring Update

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2015 by drupalroot

The Drupalize.Me team typically gets together each quarter to go over how we did with our goals and to plan out what we want to accomplish and prioritize in the upcoming quarter. These goals range from site upgrades to our next content sprints. A few weeks ago we all flew into Atlanta and did just that. We feel it is important to communicate to our members and the Drupal community at-large, what we've been doing in the world of Drupal training and what our plans are for the near future. What better way to do this than our own podcast.

Drupalize.Me 2015 Spring Update

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2015 by drupalroot

The Drupalize.Me team typically gets together each quarter to go over how we did with our goals and to plan out what we want to accomplish and prioritize in the upcoming quarter. These goals range from site upgrades to our next content sprints. A few weeks ago we all flew into Atlanta and did just that. We feel it is important to communicate to our members and the Drupal community at-large, what we've been doing in the world of Drupal training and what our plans are for the near future. What better way to do this than our own podcast.

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