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Our recorded presentation for GTDUG: July
As we progress through the Summer semester, we'd like to highlight a few key dates for Drupal in 2021 and 2022 to clear up any confusion.
Drupal 8 support ends on 2 November 2021:
Drupal 8 is dependent on Symfony 3, and Symfony 3's end of life is November 2021. Consequently, Drupal 8 support will end in November 2, 2021. A long-term-support (LTS) Drupal 8.9 minor release was released alongside Drupal 9 and will be supported until November 2021
Drupal 7 support ends on 28 November 2022:
[...] in light of the impact of COVID-19 on our community, we have now extended Drupal 7's support and moved the end-of-life date to November 28, 2022. (Drupal 8 is still end-of-life in November 2021.)
Other helpful documentation:
Expect more updates in the future for campus resources in order to help the community through this transition.
With Michael Martin
This presentation will cover the process and benefits of incorporating the BackstopJS visual diff CLI tool into your development process.
Download BackstopJS here:
Here is the link to the Backstop helper app:
Presentation showcasing the benefits of using Deployer (https://deployer.org/) to automate the process of deploying your Drupal 8 websites to your DEV/TEST/PROD Plesk environments
GTDUG Presents: Composer 101 - A rundown of what you need to know when working with composer for Drupal projects - Part 1 of 2 - Local Development with Eric Sembrat
GTDUG Presents: Composer 101 part 2 - Composer Plesk Installs
Our first video in the GTDUG: Back to Basic Series - Covering content cleanup, migration and post migration cleanup for users looking to migrate to Drupal 8