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The Drupal team recently unveiled major upgrades to Drupal 8 with the release of Drupal 8.6.0. This improved version of Drupal offers significant changes for content editors, site builders, and developers. 
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A slick new feature was recently added to Drupal 8 starting with the 8.5 release  — out of the box off-canvas dialog support.
Web development

You don't need to go fully 'headless' to use React for parts of your Drupal site.

Content Editor
Drupal 8 is a great CMS for feature-rich sites, but how does it stack up for content editors?

This post is the second in a series covering Zivtech's usage of Gulp for front-end development in Drupal 8.

James Cole
James Cole

Gulp is a mainstay of front-end development nowadays.

James Cole
James Cole

Proper site architecture allows for content to be displayed in a dynamic and structured way that makes sense to humans and machines alike.

Looking ahead

At Zivtech, we're pondering what things might look like down the road as development for Drupal 9 begins.

Laurence Liss
Laurence Liss
Colored paper

The Drupal community welcomed the much anticipated release of Drupal 8 a few months ago. What themes are available in Drupal 8?

Alban Bailly
Alban Bailly
Boats at a port

Let’s port an existing theme (and subtheme) to Drupal 8.

Alban Bailly
Alban Bailly
Drupal 8 comes with a lot of improvements to the content editing experience, but it still doesn't have an easy way to embed 3rd party video and other content.

With Drupal 8 in the final stage of development, support for Drupal 6 will soon be coming to a close. If you are currently running a Drupal 6 site, now is the time to start thinking about upgrading, and choosing which version of Drupal is right for you.

Devon Walder