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How Automation Can Power the Human Side of Developing for Drupal

Drupal's automation tools allow developers to focus on experience not code details

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Keeping Things Secure with Drupal

Drupal security overview and best practices to keep your site safe

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Mapping the Evolution of Content Management Software With Drupal 7, 8 and 9

See how CMSs have changed through the lens of Drupal version evolution

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3 Ways An External Partner Helps Optimize CMS Platforms

Engaging a partner to help manage your website frees up your team to focus on business growth

Selecting Modules
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How to Choose the Right Drupal Modules for Your Website

Drupal rocketed from a pet project at the University of Antwerp to global notoriety due, in large part, to the foundational opportunity for members of the developer community to download and create site plugins, tools, APIs and other features designed to complement Drupal’s fully open-sourced core modules.

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How to Make the Most of the Drupal Community

What is the Drupal Community? This article give you the rundown and resources needed to get started in the Drupal Community.

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Contegix Launches Managed Services for Drupal on AWS

Starting this week, Contegix is offering a managed services solution for companies with Drupal sites on Amazon Web Services, enabling businesses to focus on delivering the best digital experiences to their users, rather than configuring website infrastructure.

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Your Guide to Migrating to Drupal 9

The time has come to prepare to update your site as the 2020 release of Drupal 9 draws near. While in the past, the massive changes between Drupal versions made developers cringe at the thought of migrating, the process has gotten much simpler over the past few iterations. If you’re running a relatively recent version of Drupal, like Drupal 8 or even 7, upgrading to a new major version shouldn’t be much different than upgrading to a new minor one (i.e. going from Drupal 8.7 to 8.8). There is potential for challenges to arise, however, if you’re using deprecated code.