Drupal 8 : with the new core enhancements, marketers can execute more effective marketing campaigns by delivering personalized content segmented by audience, language, and device type. You can develop relevant content that improves SEO, drives users to your website, creates leads, and results in more sales.
Still have a Drupal 6 website and looking to upgrade? You should. But is it better to upgrade to Drupal 7 or Drupal 8?
Read this article: The Marketing Value of Upgrading to Drupal 7 ASAP
A group of developers backing the Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative aim to improve the front-end and usability of mobile Drupal sites. A boon for marketers, this will mean better mobile experiences for visitors, content creation and editing on-the-go, and more.
Read this article: Mobile Marketing, Simplified: The Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative
This is not the first time that a fork has occurred in Drupal, but it is certainly creating the most amount of buzz in the Drupal community that I have heard over the last six and a half years.
BackDrop is being...
Read this article: Drupal 8 Fork, BackDrop, and What it Means For Marketers
The H Open has reported that the release of Drupal 8 will be delayed as developers complete new features. The Drupal 8 maintainers – Dries Buytaert, Nathaniel Catchpole and Angela Byron – have announced that the development team have decided to introduce a new "Feature Completion Phase" into the Drupal development cycle. According to Buytaert, this is necessary because "there are still incredible features for Drupal 8 that are heavily in progress, but not quite there yet".
There were several significant announcements about Drupal 8 in Munich this week. It's looking like the next major revision of the CMS is going to bring a lot of usability and functionality to the Marketers of the world. Here're the money quotes:
...the Drupal core programmers have been busy and at Drupalcon Munich, a series of significant usability and feature upgrades in the works for Drupal 8 have been demonstrated. These improvements are sure to please CMOs and CTOs alike.
This one really gets me excited for our marketing clients:
Content creation in Drupal 8 will be greatly simplified for less technical users. Drupal 8 will provide easier layout control and facilitate gorgeous designs with practically no coding. All of these features will greatly lower the learning curve for new developers.
It's looking like a huge step in the right direction for the community.
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