The recent post on Dries’ blog about REST, JSON:API and GraphQL caused a bigger shockwave in the community than we anticipated. A lot of community members asked for our opinion, so we decided to join the conversation.
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On Thursday 29th November, the SOS scrum team decided as everyone from the team was in Zurich, that it would be a great idea to do a mob programming session.
Progressive decoupling is changing fast, and there’s a lot to talk about since our last blog.
The second Amazee Labs webinar took place last Friday, 28th September 2018. Philipp Melab gave a stunning presentation on “Atomic Design in Drupal with GraphQL & Twig”. Here's a short recap of what we learned together.
We will host the next Durpal Meetup at our Amazee Labs offices in Zurich on 11 July.
“Absolutely incredible!” - just one quote from our first Amazeenar in which we explore the power of GraphQL Twig. Decoupling Drupal is the future, however, it may be a big leap to learn a whole new development stack. With GraphQL Twig, we can take baby steps with a soft-decoupled approach by writing GraphQL inside our Twig templates.
In this series we’ll take a closer look at progressive decoupling in Drupal 8. We’ll go through the project setup, check the tools and libraries and discuss potential applications. Let’s start with the definition.
A few days ago I was fortunate enough to attend ReactFest, a conference/festival organized by the React community in London. From an awesome and diverse speaker lineup to a well laid out venue, the end result made more than one happy attendee declare that it was the best conference they had ever been to.