Drupal 8 core ships with a trio of modules that enable push-button support for offering up content as a web service. Larry Garfield explains in our third installment of our Web Services in Drupal 8 blog series with Acquia.
In this episode of On the Air With Palantir, host and Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by engineer Joe Purcell who shares a thorough yet entirely accessible definition of performance, and how it relates to your website.
Drupal's need to better handle Web services drove most of the changes that are included in Drupal 8. But what was exactly was the problem with Web Services in previous Drupal versions?
Today’s Secret Sauce comes from one of our talented web designers Ashley Cyborski, who is a champion of designing in the browser. Not only is the method a major part of the design process here at Palantir.net, a deeper understanding of code and how it relates to design can allow web designers to push the limits of what their designs can – and probably should – do.
Our Director of Professional Services Ken Rickard joins the Secret Sauce podcast today to tell us a little more about our consulting services, and what works and what doesn't with such engagements.
This time we're joined by Palantir.net Engineer Kelsey Betham who tells us all about exporting features in drupal, including why and when you should, and how doing so could be a huge benefit should something go horribly wrong with your site.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a butler on hand to help streamline things? Well, in this case we're not talking about a person who comes and waits on you, but rather an impressive and integral front-end development tool developed internally at Palantir.net to help automate some of our work.
Our collaboration with Acquia to help developers get up-to-speed with new web services features in Drupal 8.
This is the first in our weekly bonus podcast called the Secret Sauce that deals with shorter tips and resources that will help you with some straightforward facet of your web project. This week Larry "Crell" Garfield helps you prepare for Drupal 8.
Using caching to improve performance on Drupal sites that use token replacement for ad tracking.