04 - July - 2018

Last month in Drupal - June 2018

Post by Drew J
Ixis Service

June saw another busy month in Drupal. Here is our take and what you need to know.

Development

Projects hosted on drupal.org will find that git authentication methods are changing as Drupal upgrades the developer tooling stack visit the Drupal website for more information regarding these changes.

The Drupal association engineering team worked with Core to convert the Core javascript tests from using PhantomJS to using Chrome Webdriver. More powerful and efficient tools will now be available for javascript development in Drupal thanks to this change.

Community

Elections for the Drupal Association board end on July 13th, 2018. There are nine candidates from 7 countries across six continents representing a wide variety of perspectives from the Drupal community. Anyone user who has been active in the last year and registered before the elections began is welcome to cast a ballot.

Events

Drupal Europe is quickly approaching, tickets are still available and as the event approaches it is gaining more and more interest so be sure to act fast to ensure you don’t miss out and what will likely be an amazing opportunity for the European Drupal community to come together as one. Keep updated with all the Drupal Europe announcements by following them on twitter @DrupalEurope.

New Modules

New modules, updates and projects were of course released throughout June, the pick of the bunch includes:

That’s the end of June’s Drupal roundup and be sure to keep an eye on our social media pages to find out what has happened on Drupal in the month of July.

Missed May’s round up? Catch up here...

Drew J

Digital Marketer

Digital Marketing Apprentice here at Ixis. I am responsible for all of the Ixis social media channels, often the writer of blog posts and forever trying to wrap my head around SEO.

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