DrupalCon is always one of my favourite events of the year. It's a great chance to see friends and colleagues and other members of the community face to face. It lets you discuss issues you've been facing, and to help plan out what things you want to accomplish going forward. As a remote employee, I can't stress enough the importance of these things.
This year was special for me, for the first time since DrupalCon Copenhagen (back in 2010), I was able to attend a DrupalCon, thanks to Appnovation. It's been a long time in Drupal years, and a lot has changed since. There is one thing that I can tell you has not changed, and that is the fraternity and kindness of the Drupal community. I felt as welcomed as ever, if not more.
I have been working recently in an integration project as a MuleSoft Developer. We have used many different technologies like Alfresco, Drupal, other external services... and we have implemented a large amount of APIs to support the integration between all the systems.
As the APIs were getting bigger, we've been experimenting with some performance issues.
Using cache has been one of many decisions that we have made to improve the performance in our project.
About caching in MuleSoft:
Appnovation QA team (QA) follows a strict practice for compliance standards. QA evaluates against the requested standards. They utilize manual testing and tools to ensure the proper experience is observed, coverage is delivered, and time is saved.
In this Blog, we will be examining the importance of accessibility testing in regards to web applications by going through the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How.
Drupal 8 blocks are implemented as plugins. Plugins are basically "small pieces of functionality that are swappable" (https://www.drupal.org/developing/api/8/plugins).
We'll create a simple Hello block that takes in name and simply prints it out.
First we'll create a module called Hello to store this block. To do that, we simply create a .info.yml file like so: /modules/custom/hello/hello.info.yml
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