Talking Drupal: Talking Drupal #386 - Drupal Vs Wordpress
Today we are talking about Drupal & Wordpress with Maciej Palmowski.
For show notes visit: www.talkingDrupal.com/386Topics
- What is Wordpress
- Do you have Drupal experience
- Pros of Drupal over Wordpress
- Pros of Wordpress over Drupal
- Selecting a CMS
- What sites don’t work well with Wordpress
- What sites don’t work well with Drupal
- Headless in Wordpress
- Will Wordpress use Symfony?
- Who wins?
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- Yoast for Drupal (Real-time SEO)
- 295 31 Days of Migration
- 352 Migration
- 381 A Modular Web
- PHP Compatibility
- Sanity Io
- Cassidy Williams Talk
- Matt Mullenweg on licensing derivative works
- Code and Coffee
- Security report
Maciek Palmowski - maciekpalmowski.dev @palmiak_fpHosts
Nic Laflin - www.nLighteneddevelopment.com @nicxvan John Picozzi - www.epam.com @johnpicozzi Katherine Druckman - katherinedruckman.com @katherinedMOTW Correspondent
Martin Anderson-Clutz - @mandclu WordPress Migrate Supports migrating Wordpress exports into Drupal, including posts, pages, attachments, tags, and categories.
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The Drop Times: Remembering Rachel Olivero
Four years have passed since Rachel Olivero left us. Drupal rever her by naming the current default frontend theme, 'Olivero.' Drupal is now WCAG compliant, and our added support for ATAG 2.0 proves that we live by her legacy. Drupal encourages the use of assistive technologies. It is all the more important for a person with vision disabilities. Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion are the cardinal ideals we follow, and Rachel was involved in all these areas. Her memorial in Drupal.org recalls that as a person who was blind, transgender, and a lesbian, Rachel understood a lot about the importance of diversity. She passed away on February 03, 2019. Let us keep on her vision forward, keeping Drupal open and accessible for everyone.
Last week, TheDropTimes (TDT) ran two interviews with the organizers of Florida DrupalCamp. AmyJune Hineline (volkswagenchick) emphasized the importance of accessibility in her interview, stating accessibility is not an option or an add-on; it should be a default. In the second interview, Adam Varn (hotsaucedesign) opines that the success of Olivero and Claro as modern, accessible themes shows that Drupal still has plenty to offer a themer interested in Drupal, and with the new Starterkit project coming to stabilization in Drupal 10, there will be even more tools.
Drupal 10 Development Cookbook got released last week, thanks to Matt Glaman, Kevin Quillen, and Justin Cornell. Drupal Association announced Rosa Ordinana and Lynne Capozzi joining as its new board members. As part of diversity and inclusion, the association is aligning with Black History Month. On Monday, 21 February 2021, at 10:00 am EST (15:00 hrs UTC), Joi Garrett, will introduce the new 'Black in Drupal' program.
Scroll further down for the rest of the stories from the past week.
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Cameron Eagans: Seeking feedback on the dev version of Composer Patches
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Matt Glaman: The Drupal 10 Development Cookbook is out!
The Drupal 10 Development Cookbook is officially out! Special thanks to Kevin Quillen for his amazing assistance in writing the book. And my good friend Justin Cornell as a technical reviewer. You can order the print or ebook on Amazon (affiliate link) or Packt! This is technically the 3rd edition of the book. The first edition came out with the Drupal 8.0 release, and the second was around Drupal 8.5.0. So this covers everything that came with Drupal 9 and was added for Drupal 10!
We have 450 pages and fourteen chapters with walkthroughs and breakdowns for development with Drupal 10.