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Sponsoring Drupal Contribution

by kim.pepper /

As an open-source project, Drupal relies on the sustained contributions of individuals and organisations to keep it well maintained, develop, and grow to stay relevant in a competitive landscape.

The project founder, Dries Buytaert has highlighted the problems many open source projects have of balancing the makers and takers. Increasingly, organisations that have traditionally contributed to Drupal have had challenges keeping the level of contribution going, and have had to look to new ways to support the project.

Sponsoring Drupal contribution is a new and exciting way for PreviousNext to give back to the project as well as the community.

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Overview of our Front-end Stack

by kim.pepper /

Front-end technology stacks tend to move quickly. At PreviousNext, we have been constantly evolving the tech stack to take advantage of best-practice.

In this post, we take a closer look at the front-end tools we use at PreviousNext in 2021 and some of the rationale behind the decisions.

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Work/Life at PreviousNext

by Owen Lansbury /

As a company that's been running since 2009 we've evolved our working culture and approaches over the course of the past decade. When new people do join we provide them with a handbook that outlines how we work together and the benefits we all enjoy, so we wanted to share some of this publicly for people that might be considering roles we're currently advertising.

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Creating a layout plugin with dynamic regions

by lee.rowlands /

Layout plugins in Drupal are typically declared via a YML file, with the regions nominated ahead of time.

But what happens if you need your regions to be dynamic - e.g. an arbitrary number of tabs in a tabset?

In this post we explore how to declare a layout plugin with dynamic regions.

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Introducing the Filter Format Audit module

by lee.rowlands /

Securing filter formats is one of the most important tasks when setting up a new site.

But sometimes when you inherit a site you find it wasn't done securely, or perhaps over time the format has gotten a bit lax and you want to make changes.

The Filter Format Audit module makes this task easy.

 

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