Turning your Drupal websites into a digital experience
It's about time to consider your update from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 or 9. What can you expect from this update? How can you organize your Drupal migration in the best possible way?
In this webinar you will learn:
Evolution of content types between Drupal 7 and 8/9
The Content Types got a big upgrade in Drupal 8. As a developer you have a lot more dynamic possibilities than in Drupal 7.
How paragraphs and layout builder give more options to marketers
More marketing with less development. Drupal 8 works with paragraphs and Drupal 9 introduces a new layout builder. That allows digital marketers to build landing pages faster and easier without the support of a web developer.
Mobile first: say goodbye to desktop
Mobile web development has grown revolutionarily in recent years. For that reason, Drupal 8 is made for development with a mobile first approach. Drupal 7 was still closer to the traditional desktop development.
Object Oriented Programming
New Drupal developers learn Drupal faster than ever. Drupal 8 contains less specific programming methods, which means that a developer mostly just needs to find his way around the features.
Drupal 8, Drupal 9, Drupal 10. A bright future.
Drupal 9 is already here. Can you simply make the jump from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9 without Drupal 8 as an intermediate step? And what about the external components such as PHP and Symfony? Nick shows and clarifies the Drupal roadmap for the following years.
Who is this webinar for?
CTO, Drupal site owners & Drupal developers.
About the speaker
Nick Veenhof is CTO at Dropsolid. He's passionate about Open Source and actively engaged in the Drupal community and Association for over 13 years.
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