Drupal 8 and Configuration Synchronization

Developing any kind of enterprise site typically involves multiple environments, for example Development, Staging, and Production. A very common scenario developers run into is that a site is developed locally (on the developer’s own machine) and then the code changes get pushed to a repository (version control using Git, Subversion, Mercurial, etc). But what about database changes? Those aren’t code … but they can be.

Drupal 6 End Of Life

It’s official: Drupal 6 will be going the way of the dinosaurs on February 24th, 2016.

Drupal Internationalization (i18n) and hreflang for Multilingual SEO

Often multilingual sites will use URLs contructed with non-compliant country region codes. When using Drupal and i18n / Internationalization, this can be a problem since i18n_hreflang relies on the language codes as set (manually) within Drupal by the webmaster. In such situations it could be preferable to resolve this with code rather than changing the URL pattern.