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This week, Web Dev Rev guest host Chris Shantz brought forward the following Drupal-related Web Dev Rev notes: Larry Garfield responds to last week's Drupal Association statement; take the Drupal Community Governance Summit survey; and finally, Drupal 8.4.0 release plans.
Here's what we have to talk about since the last Web Dev Rev: Drupal core "experimental modules" don't get upgrade paths - and it's affecting something we're planning to use; Drupal Console hits 1 million downloads (link no longer available); Drupal Association and Drupal Project Lead issue statement regarding Larry Garfield; Drupal 8 modules that extend Entity Reference; what's next for CSS; and finally, the "reduced motion" media query.
Here's what we have to talk about in the Drupal world since the last Web Dev Rev: stop waiting for feeds - importing RSS in Drupal 8; June's post about what was new on Drupal.org in May; Drupal Association board meeting minutes; the Contenta Drupal 8 distribution, designed for "create once, publish everywhere"; building a custom migration in Drupal 8 using Paragraphs; an insider's look at DrupalCon session selection; embedding "just about anything" in Drupal 8; common pitfalls configuring Entity Browser in Drupal 8; check your coding style on Drupal 8; and finally, a look at some of the new features in Webform 8.x-5.x-beta14 (and we watched the included videos).
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