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This week, these Web Dev Rev notes were reviewed: Microsoft Edge bugs can be reported by Tweet (again, whoops!); browser vendors come together on documentation; the winners of Smashing Magazine's CSS grid challenge; what's new in the latest Microsoft Edge; improving the UX of updating Drupal sites with composer; a "homeowner's guide" to Drupal security; the "hitchhiker's guide" to the "planet" Drupal; a quick look at Webshick's slides on Drupal 9 and backwards compatibility, in particular the callouts to the change records for Drupal core, "Core" on Drupal Groups, and the Drupal 8 backwards compatibility and API policy; a look at the coding standards change proposals from October 17th; a quick look at BADCamp 2017, happening around the same time as this session - a sure source for future Web Dev Rev videos but also with so much output that you should check it out yourselves; introducing Mannequin, a tool for component theming; form and view modes vs. field access in Drupal 8; what's new on Drupal.org for September 2017, and closing with an update on projects created for Drupal.
This week, regular Web Dev Rev host Kevin Paxman was on vacation, so in his place, guest host Eric Bremner from the WCMS dev team had these Web Dev Rev notes: Microsoft Edge bugs can be reported by Tweet; Microsoft Edge announced for iOS and Android, and what that really is underneath; how to port commands to Drush 9; a closer look at the Drupal out of the box initiative; what eBay's web font loading strategy (link no longer available) looks like; Drupal's new Creative Commons image library; and finally, how to use Drupal's Queue API.
This week, Web Dev Rev guest host Tyler Struyk brought forward the following Drupal-related Web Dev Rev notes: Drupal 8.4.0 was released and there are release notes; some notes on how to use the new Media features in Drupal 8.4.0; Dries posts on Drupal looking to adopt React; the proposal to use React for Drupal's administrative UIs; the Drupal business survey results; and finally, the Drupal Community Governance survey results and call to action.
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