I was so excited about going to DrupalCon Seattle, I started packing one week in advance. Granted, I decided to travel light, so my carry-on suitcase quickly showed the task wouldn’t take long.
DrupalCon been a very productive conference so far. The first two days of pre-conference sprinting resulted in fixing the testing pipeline of the webpack module, a prototype for using Drupal as a datasource for Gatsby using GraphQL instead of JSON:API and even solved an unexpected issue for the devel module to provide a way to load dump an entity with all its references embedded inside. You can read more about these solutions here.
When conversations began a few months back about DrupalCon Seattle, I was so thrilled about the prospect of heading west and being fully indoctrinated with all things Drupal for the first time! As a newcomer to the field, I have been eager to simply be surrounded by, and learn from, so many in this community. Additionally, DrupalCon is providing the perfect opportunity to hang out with some incredible colleagues.
It’s been roughly four years since I last attended any DrupalCon, the one in L.A. being my endmost venture to the North American watering hole. After that, I took a break from the seasonal migration and remained at home, in the office, like an overfed cat with agoraphobia.
Amazee Labs webinars allow us to share our knowledge and experience with the community. Last week we discussed the challenges in choosing the right CSS-in-JS solution and the advantages of using CSS modules.
We’re excited to attend and present at DrupalCon Seattle this year. Here’s a breakdown of what we’re looking forward to day by day, and information about where you can see Amazee sessions throughout the week.
Welcome to the second part of our article series, where we unpack the reasons why collaboration with clients is essential for success.
It’s hard to imagine life without mobile devices. While a developer controls the display of the site and its structure, editors are the ones adding content to a site on a regular basis. One tool that developers can use with editors in mind is Responsive Preview.
Amazee Labs is excited to introduce our newest Project Manager, Marleen Bos!
Born and raised in a small city in the Netherlands, Marleen couldn't wait to explore the world. Now she’s lived in ten cities in five different countries, speaks multiple languages, and is looking for her next challenge.