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Talking Drupal #421 - The Future of Drupal

Talking Drupal

Release Date: 10/23/2023

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Today we are talking about The Future of Drupal article, What Challenges Drupal may have, and How we can overcome them together! with guest Ricardo Marcelino.

For show notes visit:
www.talkingDrupal.com/421

Topics

  • Can you describe the article this topic is based on
  • Module percentages
  • Drupal’s challenges
  • Drupal’s unique selling proposition
  • How can Drupal expand relevance
  • Why is relevance important
  • How does Drupal move forward
  • What’s next for Drupal
  • Do you think this is a natural change for a project like Drupal
  • How do we ensure the future of Drupal

Resources

Guests

Ricardo Marcelino - omibee.com rfmarcelino

Hosts

Nic Laflin - nLighteneddevelopment.com nicxvan
John Picozzi - epam.com johnpicozzi
Mark Casias - kanopi.com - markie

MOTW

Correspondent

Martin Anderson-Clutz - @mandclu
(Next.js)[https://www.drupal.org/project/next]

  • Brief description:
    • Have you ever wanted to build a website with a React-based front end, but with lots of the robust and mature CMS capabilities that Drupal provides? There’s a module for that.
  • Brief history
    • How old: created in Jan 2021 by shadcn, who continues to support it, including in the #nextjs channel in Drupal slack
  • Versions available:
    • 1.6.3 for Drupal 9 & 10
  • Maintainership
    • Actively maintained, though it uses a Github repo as its place for collaboration, including issues
  • Number of open issues:
    • 135 open, 12 of them bugs
  • Test coverage? Y
  • Usage stats:
    • 1,249 sites
  • Maintainer(s):
    • shadcdn, who continues to support it, including in the #nextjs channel in Drupal slack
  • Module features and usage:
    • For anyone not familiar with Next.js, it’s a React framework for building front-end applications that gives developers a number a number of useful capabilities, such as dynamic routing, performance optimizations, integrations, and more
    • The Next.js module for Drupal optimizes your Drupal backend for use as the content repository for a Next.js front end
    • It add functionality like headless preview of unpublished content, even across multiple front end apps
    • It also supports Incremental Site Regeneration, a best practice to ensure your front end site can serve static pages for the fastest possible delivery, but without the risk of serving stale content
    • Works with the JSON:API Menu Items and JSON:API Views Drupal modules to allow even more of your front end site to be managed within your Drupal backend
    • There’s even a Next.js Webform module that allows your Drupal site builder to create webforms, and have the React forms automatically created
    • There is also a specialized version of Next.js, a “next-drupal-basic-starter”, also maintained by shadcn, that helps to get your Next.js front end working with Drupal more quickly