Update on the Workflow Initiative from Dries Buytaert

January 17, 2017

In a recent status update from Drupal founder, Dries Buytaert, we’ve learned that the already released Drupal 8.2, and the upcoming release of Drupal 8.3 in April 2017, provide significant inroads to high-value features requested by content editors in the Drupal community’s latest 2016 survey, in particular, workflows.

Updates to content workflow will appear in two different ways; content save states and workflow permissions prior to content being published.

Sprint #18 Complete

December 14, 2016

The changes accomplished during this latest sprint have been merged to our test environment for review and will shortly be uploaded into the SiteFarm service for your use.

Introducing: Use Case Scenarios

November 16, 2016

In some instances, users may find themselves wanting to create content that is more complex than a simple training how-to can achieve. This section is intended to assist in exploring scenarios that draw on a cross-section of knowledge to accomplish more advanced layouts and solutions.

Let Gunrock be your guide.

Drupal 8.2 get experimental

October 14, 2016

Drupal 8 core introduces the concept of experimental modules. These are modules that are provided with Drupal core for testing purposes, but that are not yet fully supported.

Into the future: Dries Buytaert’s vision of Drupal

September 14, 2016

This year’s North American Drupal convention was hosted in New Orleans this past May and, from all accounts, it was a tremendous success. Drupal’s creator, Dries Buytaert, gave the keynote address, discussing his proposed vision for the future of the Drupal Project. For those users who are new to Drupal, Buytaert himself subscribes to the ideal that development is community-led; he doesn’t set the agenda—users decide what to accomplish.

What is Drupal?

September 02, 2016
A quick introduction if you've never used Drupal before

In the easiest of terms, Drupal is an open-source content management system used by people who want to build websites. But honestly? It’s way more than that.