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Drupal Watchdog: Upgrading Your Modules

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous
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Drupal's philosophy regarding backward compatibility is "the Drop is always moving". In order to create a framework that is as performant, scalable, and extensible as possible, each major release of Drupal can and will make changes, often radical changes, to its developer APIs in order to provide optimal solutions for Drupal users and developers.

Drupal Watchdog: Upgrading Your Modules

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous
Feature

Drupal's philosophy regarding backward compatibility is "the Drop is always moving". In order to create a framework that is as performant, scalable, and extensible as possible, each major release of Drupal can and will make changes, often radical changes, to its developer APIs in order to provide optimal solutions for Drupal users and developers.

Drupal Watchdog: Upgrading Your Modules

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous
Feature

Drupal's philosophy regarding backward compatibility is "the Drop is always moving". In order to create a framework that is as performant, scalable, and extensible as possible, each major release of Drupal can and will make changes, often radical changes, to its developer APIs in order to provide optimal solutions for Drupal users and developers.

Drupal Watchdog: Upgrading Your Modules

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous
Feature

Drupal's philosophy regarding backward compatibility is "the Drop is always moving". In order to create a framework that is as performant, scalable, and extensible as possible, each major release of Drupal can and will make changes, often radical changes, to its developer APIs in order to provide optimal solutions for Drupal users and developers.

Drupal Watchdog: Upgrading Your Modules

Posted on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by Anonymous
Feature

Drupal's philosophy regarding backward compatibility is "the Drop is always moving". In order to create a framework that is as performant, scalable, and extensible as possible, each major release of Drupal can and will make changes, often radical changes, to its developer APIs in order to provide optimal solutions for Drupal users and developers.

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