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Drupal Nights joins Boston Drupal Group

Starting in January 2017, Drupal Nights has merged with the Boston Drupal Group.  Join us on Meetup.com!  We will continue to post event videos and materials to our library here.

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Sass has awesome built right into its name, and there’s a reason for that: it takes CSS and adds a preprocessing layer that saves tons of time and allows web designers to streamline the way they write their style sheets. This talk addresses the basics of Sass, gives some solid advice on how to...

Drupal is—as always—better and more successful than ever, but Drupal is threatened from two sides. On the one, we risk discouraging new contributors who face an ever more difficult ascent, choking off our own lifeblood. On the other, proprietary platforms increasingly squeeze out custom web...

As UX becomes increasingly Agile, a need arises to quickly create and iterate new interface elements. Many popular frameworks exist to document front-end design patterns. Most of them connect directly to the website's CSS, and help developers easily create new interface elements and templates...

Looking at core and contrib modules for Drupal 8, you may be wondering "where did the code go?".

Drupal 8 has removed many of the "info" hooks that were found in your module file and converted them to plugins.

This session will be a practical discussion of how plugins work and...

Let's face it... sometimes mobile web pages suck. Ads, social sharing widgets, auto-playing videos, and other "enhancements" can actually make reading articles on your phone an exercise in frustration. In early 2016, Google launched Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project to solve this problem....

Drupal 8 provides a robust configuration management system which represents a paradigm shift from previous versions of Drupal.  It's now easier than ever to represent your configuration in code and manage it with source control.  However, that may not be enough.

This session will...