The October is over, so it's time we present you top Drupal blogs written in October by other authors.
Let's start with How to maintain Drush commands for Drush 8 and 9 and Drupal console with the same code base by Fabian Bircher from Nuvole. He shows us that the solution is actually really simple, it is all about separating the command discovery from the command logic. Check it out!
Our second choice is Decoupled Drupal Hard Problems: Image Styles by Mateu Aguiló Bosch from Lullabot. He shows us the problems when back-end doesn't know anything about the front-end design. He presents a solution to provide a way to express the image styles that front-end developers want for their use case.
Ranking third was Josef Dabernig from Amazee Labs with his Tour de Drupalps - my Amazee extreme challenge recap. In this blog post, he is reflecting on his extreme tour by bicycle and sharing his experiences along the way.
We continue with Drupal Commerce – when is it the best choice for an e-commerce platform? by Henna Pelkola from Druid. She is showing us the way to choose the best e-commerce platform for our business since a multitude of choices are being offered.
Fifth is Making the tech industry more inclusive by Helen Winslade from Inviqa.
Ada Lovelace Day celebrates the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and maths. For this opportunity, she talked with four of her female colleagues about what is needed to make tech a more inclusive place.
The sixth one is Test Automation for Mobile Devices in Drupal 8 – DrupalCon Vienna 2017 by Anastasios Daskalopoulos from Exove. His presentation is showing us the details about test automatization for mobile devices, giving us tips about it and answering the question, how is it possible, that mobile devices have overtaken the desktop browsers.
The last one is Drupal 8 Experimental Modules: An Overview by Newtarget, which is answering when should we use experimental modules, it is giving us an overview of Drupal 8 experimental modules and their stability, and showing us the list of experimental models currently in core.
That's our selection of Drupal blogs for the past month. 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.