Drupal is among the most popular CMS’ and has been offering the community with several version updates. With Drupal 6 no longer being supported, by the Drupal Community, a huge amount of sites need to be migrated to Drupal 7 or 8, and quickly!
Given the significant changes in Drupal 8 structure, migrating from Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 is particularly challenging. But with all the hustle in the market, organizations often miss out on the basic aspects before updating their sites.
Right up there with Joomla and WordPress, Drupal takes a seat as one of the three most popular systems for content management available today. A major advantage that comes with using Drupal is that ability to boost the functionality of your website by using custom lines of code, which are otherwise known as modules.
Drupal has patched multiple vulnerabilities in the CMS platform, some of which are deemed critical.
Earlier this week, the open-source content management system (CMS) provider issued a security advisory detailing a series of bugs which have now been resolved.
The vulnerabilities impact version 7 of the platform, alongside Drupal 8 up to version 8.4.
Google Maps has become an essential piece for looking up business or residential addresses. With a few clicks, users can look-up any location in the world. Moreover, businesses benefit from it, as it provides higher visibility and also gives users a perspective on what the surrounding areas are. While working with several clients, developing their real estate, hospitality, and care homes websites, Google maps was integrated into their sites.
Before getting on with the actual topic of integrating Solr with Drupal 8, let us get the basics out of the way. What is Solr?
Solr is an open source search platform built on a Java library called Lucene. One of the few reasons it is favored is because Solr is enterprise-ready, fast and highly-scalable. The applications built using Solr are sophisticated and deliver high performance.
Drupal Connect and Intracity geeks launch innovative after school stem program at rogers High School
Program seeks to provide access to and help students have fun while discovering latent skills in rocketry, robotics, video game development and computer programming.
STEM educational advancements continue at Rogers High School in Newport, RI. Through a generous grant from Drupal Connect, IntraCity Geeks will run its 60-hour “STEM Fun-0-One” after school program for high school students.
Last spring, Acquia Labs built a chatbot prototype that helps customers choose recipes and plan shopping lists with dietary restrictions and preferences in mind. The ability to interact with a chatbot assistant rather than having to research and plan everything on your own can make grocery shopping much easier. We wanted to take this a step further and explore how augmented reality could also improve the shopping experience.