With Drupal 8's change of theming engine from phptemplate to Twig, developers have more power and theme developers can develop faster.
In this article we’ll take a focused look at Drupal 8’s new technologies. We’re not going to cover any of the specifics of installing and setting up Drupal 8, or the logic behind theme and sub-theme creation – plenty of other sites cover these topics and offer tutorials. Instead we’re going to look at YAML and Twig.
Drupal 8, the newest version of the Drupal Content Management System (CMS), was officially released on November 19, 2015. It boasts an impressive list of new features
Whether you consider yourself an early adopter or a bit more conservative, it’s probably best to choose Drupal 8 when its maturity aligns with your sense of investment and your project’s life cycle.
In this post, we’ll explore a few of the major differences (and a few similarities) between two of the most popular and most robust CMS systems, ExpressionEngine 3 (newest update released in Oct. 2015) and Drupal 8 (newest update released in Nov. 2015).
Drupal is a web development framework / platform. With a background focused on generating online communities and user-generated content, Drupal is a versatile platform that allows efficient website development.