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WCMS update for June 2017

In this issue:

  • Path review report
  • Infrastructure changes affecting WCMS sites
  • Drop-in lab closed July 11
  • Developer 1-on-1s
  • ​Reminder: WCMS migration to responsive cut-off date – August 31, 2017

WCMS Web Dev Rev wrap-up for June 2, 2017

WCMS Web Dev Rev

After a guest week last week, there are plenty of Web Dev Rev notes this week: Drupal creator Dries Buytaert takes on a new role; how Drupal 8 and Composer can be friends; notes on how to write a Drupal 8 installation profile; how Drupal 8 configuration management can work with multi-site; a selection of interesting/potentially useful Drupal 8 modules: Configuration Split, Config Ignore, Config Filter, and Default Content; the Style Guide, Retina Images, and Real-time SEO modules for Drupal 7 and 8; the SiteDiff tool to see differences between two versions of a website; user facing state; the difference between URLs and URIs; Emoji on the web (and how Microsoft Edge is the only browser to support every colour font format); how Chrome won; a case for Firefox; little Git tips; an issue to discuss neat Git tips; a script to visually select Git branches to check out; a love letter to CSS; and finally, some fun tooltip animations.

WCMS update for May 2017

In this issue:

  • Refined brand implementation (Publications theme)
  • UWaterloo Scholar
  • Developer 1-on-1s
  • Need WCMS training ASAP?

WCMS Web Dev Rev wrap-up for May 26, 2017

WCMS Web Dev Rev

This week, Web Dev Rev guest host Liam Morland brought forward the following Drupal-related Web Dev Rev notes: things that are new on Drupal.org in April; insight into Drupal Association financials; and finally, an update from the April 26th Drupal Association board meeting.

WCMS Web Dev Rev wrap-up for April 28, 2017

WCMS Web Dev Rev

This week, Web Dev Rev guest host Eric Bremner brought forward these Web Dev Rev notes: DrupalCon Baltimore has just ended; the next North American DrupalCon will be in Nashville; a look at what's coming in Chrome 58; a look at how early Nintendo programming worked without a keyboard; a post about the myth of software time estimations that got its author fired; and finally, a look at what programming languages are used late at night.