Top Drupal Blogs from June
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 by Matic
Because of the summer, many people were or are going to the holidays. But that doesn't mean that they rested. In fact, there were many high-quality blog post about Drupal in the past month, so let's take a lot at the top Drupal Blogs from June.
We'll start with Sasa Nikolic and his Nested Paragraphs Translation. In this blog post the author warns that translating content in Drupal isn't a straightforward task and has many obstacles. So, he recapped the basics first and then dug deeper in nested paragraph translation.
Our second choice is a fascinating story of how Jack switched his career from teaching English to web development titled Learning Web Development with Agile Collective. He reveals how everything began and what all he learned on the way.
We continue with When Drupal Met CARTO from Pablo López Escobés. The author reveals that Drupal hasn't always been the best option for handling spatial data visualisation. Therefore, he offers a solution with the combination of Drupal and CARTO, a powerful spatial data analysis platform.
Making the fourth spot was Geoff Appleby with Drupal and HTTP/2: Time to Experiment. He discusses where HTTP/2 works and is supportive. Moreover, he also explores the possibilities for Drupal 8 to take advantage of some new features and improvements.
For the second time in the row, Luke Zagata makes our list. This time with 4 Must-Have Drupal Spam Prevention Modules. As the title says it all, the author presented Drupal spam prevention modules he sees as the best fit for your site.
The next one in line is Ben Regis with How to Customize Content Forms and Pages Using Field Group in Drupal 8. The blog post reveals what module Field Group does. The first part of the blog post talks about how to group fields to make editing content easier, while the second part demonstrates how to display groups of fields to create a simple but effective layout.
We'll conclude our list with Do I have to wait for Drupal 9 for my web project? by the author, we could not find. This blog post is about the release cycles of Drupal and some issues and speculations going with it. However, the most focus is on the maintenance.
That's our selection for the past month. We are quite aware that not everyone is interested in everything and that some other important topics were covered as well. But as we said, that's our selection. Don't forget, we'll make a list every month so that you will be informed as much as possible. Until then, wait for our next blog post.