Drupal 10.2 is now available
Drupal Blog
by Gábor Hojtsy
4M ago
New in Drupal 10.2 The second feature release of Drupal 10 improves content modeling, block management, menu and taxonomy organization, and permission administration. New options to sanitize file names make it possible to clean up the names of uploaded files, and media item revisions now have a dedicated user interface. Easier content management 10.2 improves the user experience for managing several types of content: Field types for new fields are visually listed instead of a simple select list. Settings for fields are now all included on one form. Menu items and taxonomy terms have a dedica ..read more
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Drupal 10 will be supported until the release of Drupal 12 in mid-late 2026
Drupal Blog
by Gábor Hojtsy
5M ago
New major release schedule Beginning with Drupal 10, a new Drupal major version will be released every two years in even years (2022, 2024, etc.). Each major version will receive active support for about two years, followed by maintenance support and security coverage for about two more years. Each is supported until two more major versions have been released. This is an example. The exact schedule varies, and will be published on the Drupal core release schedule. Drupal 11 will be released in 2024 Drupal 11 will be released sometime in 2024. Like Drupal 9.0 and 10.0, Drupal 11.0 has three po ..read more
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State of Drupal presentation (October 2023)
Drupal Blog
by Dries
6M ago
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. Last week, approximately 1,300 Drupal enthusiasts came together in Lille, France for DrupalCon. In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote, commonly referred to as the "Driesnote". You can watch the video of my keynote or download my slides (264 MB). This keynote was unlike any other. I narrated a fairy tale that explores how the Drupal community is working together to simplify the process of starting, building, and maintaining Drupal websites. Yes, you read that c ..read more
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Drupal 10.1 is now available
Drupal Blog
by Gábor Hojtsy
10M ago
What's new in Drupal 10.1? This first feature release of Drupal 10 is packed with amazing improvements! It makes customizing the look of your site easier, adds support for decoupled navigation, improves content modeling and editing, block management, performance and many more. Customizing the look of Drupal is now easier Creating UI components with Drupal is easier and more enjoyable with the new experimental Single Directory Components module. The module bundles template, style, and JavaScript files together as components. Twig template debugging and render caching settings are now exposed on ..read more
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State of Drupal presentation (June 2023)
Drupal Blog
by Dries
10M ago
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. DrupalCon North America 2023 DriesNote presentation Last week, approximately 1,500 Drupal enthusiasts came together in Pittsburgh for DrupalCon North America. In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch the video of my keynote or download my slides (240.6 MB). The theme of this keynote was innovation. As we like to say in Drupal, the drop is always moving. If we don't keep progressing and innovating, we risk falling behind. That is simply no ..read more
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The evolution of Drupal's composability: from the command line to the browser
Drupal Blog
by Dries
1y ago
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. Discover Drupal's future: how Automatic Updates and Project Browser will empower ambitious site builders with a no-code composable platform and modern development practices. Drupal's modularity allows developers to combine and reuse modules, themes, and libraries to create custom solutions. This modularity is one of the key ingredients that makes Drupal a composable platform. The original motivation behind Drupal's modularity was to accelerate the pace of innovation and democratize the exp ..read more
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Drupal 10.0.0 is available
Drupal Blog
by Gábor Hojtsy
1y ago
Thanks to 2129 contributors from 616 organizations resolving 4083 issues in the past two and a half years, Drupal 10.0.0 is available today! This new version sets Drupal up for continued stability and security for the longer term. All new features will be added to Drupal 10 going forward. What’s new in Drupal 10.0.0? Better looking on the frontend and backend The new Olivero theme provides a modern look and feel. Olivero includes built-in support for multi-level menus and listings in responsive grids. The new administration theme, Claro, provides an accessible, clean interface for site manage ..read more
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Drupal 9.5.0 is available
Drupal Blog
by Gábor Hojtsy
1y ago
The fifth and final feature release of Drupal 9 brings a stable CKEditor 5 module, a command line theme generator and helps prepare for your update to Drupal 10. Bugfixes will be provided for Drupal 9.5 until June 2023 and security fixes will be provided until November 2023. What’s new in Drupal 9.5.0? CKEditor 5 support is now stable Drupal 9.5.0 is the only feature release of Drupal that includes both a stable CKEditor 4 integration (labeled as the "CKEditor" module) and stable CKEditor 5 integration (exposed as a separate "CKEditor 5" module). CKEditor 4 has been removed from Drupal 10 and ..read more
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State of Drupal presentation (October 2021)
Drupal Blog
by Dries
1y ago
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. Last week, Drupalists around the world gathered virtually for DrupalCon Europe 2021. In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch the video of my keynote, download my slides (156 MB), or read the brief summary below. I talked about end-of-life schedules for various Drupal versions, delivered some exciting updates on Drupal 10 progress, and covered the health of the Drupal community in terms of contributor dynamics. Last but not least, I talked about how we ..read more
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State of Drupal presentation (September 2022)
Drupal Blog
by Dries
1y ago
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. DrupalCon Europe 2022 Driesnote presentation Last week, over 1,200 Drupalists gathered in Prague for DrupalCon Europe. It was great to see everyone together in person. In good tradition, I delivered my State of Drupal keynote. You can watch the video of my keynote or download my slides (380 MB). Why the Open Web should win Today the web is ingrained in every aspect of our daily lives. We use it for work, to socialize, to pay our bills, get healthcare, and gain access to informat ..read more
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