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Drupal Development

Classifying, understanding and building models of networked Drupal sites

by Sam Becker /

One of the increasingly popular architectural paradigms that Drupal has been seen as a leader in, is the concept of a single Drupal software package that can be spun up to power networks of websites with varying degrees of commonality. This is usually driven by the ambitious goal of being able to code and configure Drupal once and then leverage that effort as either an entire platform or foundation for many "networked" sites.

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Introducing Drupal Testing Traits: Drupal extension for testing existing sites

by Jibran Ijaz /

Drupal allows writing tests for installation profiles. A profile can have sample content which is created during installation, like umami in Drupal core. Drupal allows writing tests for modules as well. A module can also have sample content which is created during installation or config import.

Drupal Testing Traits allows writing tests for an already installed site. A site with content types and content. You can write tests for the all the pages in your site in different viewports and test user interactions aka JavaScript tests.

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