GraphQL is becoming more and more popular every day. Now that we have a beta release of the GraphQL module (mainly sponsored and developed by Amazee Labs) it's easy to turn Drupal into a first-class GraphQL server. This is the new GraphQL series in which we'll describe the features that are new in beta and provide a detailed overview of the integration with Drupal's entity and field systems.
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Fully recharged and back in Zurich, let’s recap what happened at DrupalCon Vienna; a week filled with exciting sessions, motivating BoFs (Birds of a Feather) and entertaining social evenings.
At the end of a great month of cycling, a great week of summits, pieces of training, keynotes and more at #DrupalConEUR, the last and final day of this week-long conference was all about sprinting. Let me share my wrap-up of the DrupalCon’s Friday sprints in this blog post.
#DrupalConEur is 3 days of talks surrounded by a day of summits and a day of collaboration sprints. Thursday was the 3rd and final day of presentations.
Vienna is my first #DrupalConEUR and due to family obligations, I could only attend 1.5 days out of the full week of events, so I made the most of my time. Here’s a quick recap.
The people have arrived from all around the world. The booths have been set up. #DrupalConEUR 2017 - It has begun!
This is my wrap up of, Monday September 25, the day before #DrupalConEUR started. DrupalCon officially starts tomorrow, and even without sessions, the Amazee Team’s day was really busy!
In a bit less than a week's time of writing this post, I’ll be packing my bag and getting ready to fly from Edinburgh to Vienna for the annual DrupalCon event.
In the last three blog posts, you learned about the current palette of features of the GraphQL module and how you can further extend and adapt it according to your needs. In this blog post, we want to shed some light on our future plans for the of the module and show you where we are headed and how you can get involved.