To celebrate the launch of Drupal 10, the Drupal community is throwing a global launch party online!
Single Directory Components in Core!
Drupal 10’s front-end continues to make great strides! This time, we’ve added a new Twig filter called |add_suggestion.
I attended DrupalCon Prague over the last week. It was wonderful to see old friends and meet new friends in such a beautiful location.
Next week I’ll be giving three presentations – two for DrupalCon Europe, and one for Inclusive Design 24, which is a remote 24 hour conference on accessibility.
I wrote an article in Smashing Magazine detailing all of usability and accessibility work that went into the menu system within Drupal’s Olivero theme.
This is huge! New to Twig in Drupal core (as of 9.5.x) is a much improved version of
Drupal 10 has completely refactored off-canvas stylesheets! While the look and feel is the same, it’s now dramatically easier to customize, and will likely have a new design soon.
Earlier today a new killer feature was committed to Drupal 10 core: Views Responsive Grids. But, it’s more than that.
In a normal (e.g. client) website project, we have an idea on how many menu items will appear in the menu. But, when you’re developing a default theme for Drupal core, any assumptions get thrown out the window. We have no clue how many menu items the user will add. How do we handle this ?