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This week during Web Dev Rev note time, we looked at the Drupal Core strategic initiatives, Bolt, Acquia's new tool for generating Drupal 8 projects, a quicker way to apply Drupal/contrib patches, upcoming changes to Tweets and what that means for people using Twitter's API, what you can do with forms and the "autofill" attribute, including having mobile Safari use the phone camera to take a picture of a credit card to populate card number fields, and a change coming to WebKit which will prevent location data from being shared over non-HTTPS connections.
This week during Web Dev Rev note time, we looked at the proposed sessions for Drupal North, why it's a complex issue to move Drupal to GitHub, the Drupal Association membership drive (with a limited time free certificate), Angie "Webchick" Byron's ultimate guide to Drupal 8, how Drupal can integrate with Amazon's Alexa, and the funeral for Drupal 6 at DrupalCon New Orleans.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: DrupalCon New Orleans just ended, and the location for the next DrupalCon in North America was announced; videos from DrupalCon New Orleans have already been posted; during his DrupalCon keynote, Dries announced the Content Workflow Initiative for Drupal 8; Dries wrote a blog post following up on outside-in editing, talking about how it could work with contexts; a detailed look at contrib module ports to Drupal 8; and another blog post about how comments are important, this time talking about what you should always comment on in your CSS.
This week in Web Dev Rev notes: Drupal 8.1.1 was released; Workbench for Drupal 8 is out; some caching best practices and max-age gotchas; an ultimate guide to CSS pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements; how supporting IE 10 and below may violate PCI compliance; and a web development reading list.
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