Perspectives from the experts at Chromatic
All the new features and enhancements coming to Safari and Web Inspector this year that web developers should know about.
Chris shares why we dropped Drupal for the newest version of our website.
Do you love the developer experience of NextJS? Or want to enjoy the benefits of a static site generator but prefer Vue over React? NuxtJS might be the framework for you!
We have been using [Robo](https://robo.li/) as our task runner of choice on PHP projects for some time now. Over time our set of Robo commands has grown, and often they are quite similar across different projects causing us to duplicate code and then keep them in sync when changes are made to our commands.
We’re not the first to take one of the most popular React frameworks for a spin around the block, but we are definitely glad we did. GatsbyJS comes packed with easy to use features and plugins.
A new, open source way to see your organization's rank in the Drupal.org Marketplace.
This coming weekend is the Drupal Global Contribution Weekend where small local contribution groups volunteer their Drupal development at the same time throughout the world. This year there are local groups gathering in Canada, England, Germany, India, Russia, Spain, and the United States.
After a few weeks of work and testing, the [JSON Feed module](https://www.drupal.org/project/json_feed) now has an official release. Version 1.0 allows Drupal users to add a JSON Feed display to any view and map Drupal fields to the attributes defined by the JSON Feed [specification](https://jsonfeed.org/version/1).
[fastly-cli](https://github.com/ChromaticHQ/fastly-cli) is a command-line interface (CLI) for the [Fastly CDN](https://www.fastly.com) written in node.js.
We are excited to announce the first official release of the Recurly module for Drupal 8 ([8.x-1.0](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly)).
We're happy to announce the 7.x-3.0 release of the [Recurly module](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly).
We're happy to announce two new releases for the YouTube Field module.
Civil Comments brings real-world social cues to comments sections via crowd-sourced moderation, and Chromatic has brought Civil Comments integration to Drupal with a new contrib module.
Spin up a fully-functional, disposable instance of Drupal in about a minute. Try out an unfamiliar contrib module without sullying your main dev environment or give back to the community by testing patches with minimal fuss.
We're happy to announce the [dev release of Recurly 7.x-2.x](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly).
Google recently decided to deprecate the YouTube Data API v2, which caused a nasty bug to appear in the YouTube Field module. I was too busy enjoying the Los Angeles sun at DrupalCon to spot the bug myself. The community came to my rescue.
We're happy to announce the 7.x-1.2 release of the Recurly module.
This module allows users to enable automatic placeholders to textfields, textareas, select lists, and email fields within a webform created by the <a href="https://www.drupal.org/project/webform">Webform</a> module.
Each Drupal developer out there has their own list of their "must-have” modules. The following list is partially mine and partially that of my Twitter followers.
When someone asks, "Can Drupal do that?" the answer is almost always yes. However, when a recent project required that Drupal merge CMS capabilities with Photoshop-like functionality, I began to question if Drupal really was the right solution.