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2019 Drupaldelphia

Preparing for Privacy Regulation

Last year's implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union has spurred a debate across the United States at both the federal and state level about how to improve data privacy practices through government regulation. Preparations for the California Consumer Privacy Act (which goes into effect at the beginning of next year) are underway at many businesses and it appears to be only a matter of time before other governments take action. 

Faster and better integration tests with Drupal Test Traits

Using drupal-test-traits you can run tests in an existing Drupal site, with all necessary configurations installed. This leads to better integration tests. Unlike default Drupal test framework, you only install all the config once, and this leads to faster integration tests.

I have used that test framework in a project at Axelerant. I would like to share the knowledge and experience in the session.

Scaling Community Decision-making

Any libre software, volunteer, or even startup project will have elements of do-ocracy (rule of those who do the work) but not all decisions should devolve to implementors. Rather, a basic principle is that decisions should be made by the people who are most affected.

Twig in Fractal in Drupal: Decoupling UI Components from Drupal Data Structures

A fully decoupled architecture can provide many benefits: more specialized front-end and back-end developers, easier project management with less dependencies, and more reusable front-end code. However, this solution is not right for every project: Hosting and deployment becomes more complicated, JS apps don’t have access to powerful Drupal functionality, and some clients don’t love the idea of also maintaining a separate JS stack.

Code signing modules in Backdrop & Silkscreen

Backdrop CMS includes an in-site module installer that downloads from BackdropCMS.org.  In an upcoming version of Backdrop, these module packages (and eventually the modules themselves) will be digitally signed by the Backdrop CMS team using a new Code Sign interface.  John will talk about how Code Sign works, why it is in Backdrop, and how it affects sites from the perspectives of site owners, site builders, and module developers.

Making Drupal Friendly for Editors and Clients

Drupal’s extensibility allow us to create the perfect CMS for our organizations. But too often the same level of design is not considered when building out the editorial interfaces. The default tools are often scary for first-time Drupalers and include confusing words like ‘nodes’, ‘taxonomy’, and ‘blocks’. Making Drupal friendly for clients means checking internal jargon at the door and building interfaces that are intuitive and distraction free. Topics include:

A Lando to Probo to Pantheon Workflow

Jody Hamilton of Probo, Matt Cheney of Pantheon and Mike Pirog of Lando come together to show how we use these three tools in harmony to handle local development, review and testing, through to deployment and hosting.

We start with Lando, a Docker-based local development solution. Mike will get you up to speed on the whys, whats and hows of getting started, including how easy it is to integrate with Pantheon.

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