The traditional approach of directly styling default Drupal markup is not a scalable solution when we consider the volatility of the modern browser ecosystem. It is now necessary for front-end developers to abstract design patterns into manageable components. By using a styleguide we can automate the process of isolating and cataloguing patterns so they can be iterated and tested against independently. In this post I discuss ideas and put forward some informal rules around managing these components from within a styleguide.
With a rapidly expanding global infrastructure, Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of websites around the world. PreviousNext are pleased to announce we’re now AWS Consulting Partners, offering diversity in enterprise-grade Drupal hosting and support for our clients.
There’s a buzz in the air as Drupal enthusiasts prepare to descend upon Melbourne for DrupalSouth 2015, to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from 5 - 7 March.