During his keynote, dubbed the 'Driesnote', Belgium-born Drupal founder, Dries Buytaert shares the state of Drupal with the community as well as where we are headed.
Drupal + Technology
The Drupal + Tech track is about technology-focused topics not related to a specific industry and concerning exciting new developments in Drupal core and contrib. This includes Drupal-specific topics, such as core conversations and Drupal backend and frontend development; but, even more importantly, it will showcase examples of integrating Drupal with cutting-edge technologies.
Buzzword Bingo: Did you know that Solr provides artificial intelligence?
Really? Yes, Solr is more than a fulltext search server and I'll introduce some of its advanced features to you. And I'll share some ideas with you about how you can use them in Drupal to build some cool stuff.
Periodically, security releases are published to patch vulnerabilities and make our websites secure again, but do we know exactly how these vulnerabilities (and their exploits) work behind the scenes? How does the patch change our code, so the vulnerabilities are fixed and the risk mitigated?
Autosave ensures that content changes will not be lost if a sudden power outage or network disruption occurs. The concurrent editing feature provided by the conflict module allows for the simultaneous editing of the same content by multiple users by performing automatic merges whenever possible.
Console applications - whether part of a larger (Symfony-)application or standalone-tool - usually are the bash-script of PHP developers. Thereby one often leaves the path of clean code and hacks a very pragmatic solution. Despite the fact that a lot of these fast solutions remain in project and need to be maintained for longer.
As an Open Source community, we have a Blockchain panel for the Open Free Web.
Blockchain technology is predicted to change the web as we know it. Our panelists are working on our future, applying blockchain technology within the realm of an open web by building fair publishing environments and enhancing open source communities.
This presentation looks at how you can build a web application that sources content from Drupal, renders ultra-fast static pages with Gatsby, then combines that with traditional React for optionally adding user authentication and personalization.
Configuration Management Initiative 2.0 roadmap and updates with practical examples of how to solve (some of) these challenges with contrib today.
Prettier is a great ally for the developer. It makes your code formatting uniform and consistent.
While ESlint detects and enforces certain rules, educating the developer about what's wrong with their code, Prettier takes a different approach, by parsing all your code and formatting it with its own opinionated style, so you don't need to worry about it anymore.
Remember when Drupal 8 was brand new and full of new features?
Are you still excited about Drupal 8? Drupal 8 has added many great features since 8.0.0 and many more features are coming soon(ish). If you haven't started with Drupal 8 or haven't kept up with new features that are being develped for Drupal core, this session is for you.
This workshop will demonstrate the value of integrating Pattern Lab into a Drupal theme, and will give practical experience configuring Pattern Lab into your theme architecture, building components in Pattern Lab, mapping Drupal templates to our Pattern Lab templates, and mapping Pattern Lab patterns to Drupal layouts, field groups, or views.
Is it possible to find navigation elements that result in the best visitor experience? The answer is likely yes, and this question can be reformulated as one of the classic machine learning tasks.
Let's talk what are other classic machine learning tasks, and if and how they can be applied to content management
Why would you want a chatbot, why wouldn't you? How does that even work? Male, Female? How to add in your api? How to organise all that architecturally?
Find some of your answers here.
This talk is for you if you don't know how to start developing a chatbot. Both from a development or a management point of view.
Not much Drupal, Very much chatbot. Most examples from dialogflow, few from watson.
As Drupal advances assuredly toward an API-first future with each passing day, it's high time we consider and critique the possibilities that lie before our community. How does Drupal's mission evolve? How will future users interact with Drupal?
Based on earlier event attendee feedback, the Dries Q&A, traditionally done as part of the “Driesnote” was far too short and not enough questions could be asked. This is especially true with Drupal Europe's shorter session formats.
The Dries Q&A being in its own session time will allow time for more questions and for them to be more in-depth. Dries will also have more time to explain his answers!
Learn how the migrate system works in Drupal 8 with hands-on examples. Move content into different field types including image, address, and paragraphs. No PHP coding required.
Drupal 8 is taking momentum as strong tool for Web Editors, Developers and Architects providing Good support for Web Services, Security to implement different Integration Channel like Voice First, Web VR, Augmented Reality, IoT etc. Drupal 8 able to achieve it with solid foundation of REST in Core and supported community modules.
Alexa is an intelligent personal assistant developed by Amazon. It is capable of voice interaction, music playback, making to-do lists, setting alarms, streaming podcasts, playing audiobooks, and providing weather, traffic, and other real-time information, such as news.
Drupal Ethereum is a module that integrates Drupal with the Ethereum blockchain. Ethereum can help Drupal applications leverage blockchain ledgers, digital signatures, payments, tokens, and a future internet of value and trust.
Reliable API calls are critical to any decoupled application. A simple configuration change to an entity or updating Drupal core can alter an API response and lead to application-breaking changes on the front-end. An API test suite can watch out for these API breaking changes by running a slew of tests against your endpoint.
When you need to create an API test suite, Postman delivers.
We will learn about the different use cases of distributions, ranging from quick start tools and starting points for developers and site builders up to full-featured distributions.
Drupal GDPR Module - Exploration of a suite of Drupal specific GDPR tools to help achieve compatibility.
A live demo of the GDPR module and how it can be used by site builders, developers and Data Protection Officers to achieve GDPR compatibility. We will be focusing on the GDPR consent tools and the GDPR field settings that enable a site owner to easily response to subject access requests and requests for erasure.
Experience how to leverage Elasticsearch for making Drupal sites and application more powerful than ever, and how to easily start to integrate it as development team.
With Drupal 8, we received more powerful control over who can do what to a specific entity. The only downside is that this whole system does not apply at all to entity lists. The only exception being nodes (content), which still use the rather complex yet limited grants system. It's time we fix that and come up with a solution that works for all entities, all operations and still has decent performance.
Hackers automate but the Drupal Community still downloads updates on drupal.org or: Why we need to talk about Auto Updates
This session will highlight these topics:
The current state of the Drupal community and their common update processes from a security point of view
What’s the Automatic Update Initiative discussion about?
Auto Updates in Drupal - future case discussion
In this session we will start with an demonstration of how we implemented Vue.js on a Drupal 8 site for one of the biggest government agencies in Sweden. What hurdles did we encounter and was the effort worth it?
Drupal needs a modern UI for rich content creation. This fall WordPress 5 is out with the brand new Gutenberg editor, a decoupled React based editing experience. It works great! And: It's open source, so we ported it to Drupal. Combining Drupal and Gutenberg is a killer combination, empowering content authors to build rich landing pages inside a rock solid CMS framework.
Composer isn’t just dependency building tool, it’s more than that. As we are planning to move Drupal 8 composer ready let’s explore some unknown usages of composer.
Composer can be used for variety of other purposes as well.
In my session I'll show the most common vulnerabilities that our Drupal code can have and how we should be prepared to avoid such an unsecure code to be released. The presentation covers trends in vulnerabilities, starting in general aspects then showing Drupal specific ones. I'll also speak about what we should do if we find any vulnerabilities in contributed solutions.
This panel will focus on interlinking data, dynamic data flows, and the newest web technology to bring value to the enterprise. Drupal can play an integral part of this, being a robust content model with adequate access and revisions. Rocket.Chat adds a proven collaboration platform facilitating decentralized exchange of information, with optional federation across internal and external partners.
To improve the first-impressions of Drupal, the Out of the Box (OOTB) team developed an installation profile called Umami. This is available behind a flag in Drupal Core 8.5 and will be fully available in 8.6. Here's what it is...
Progressive Web Apps bring the experience of a native app to your website. Whether you have brochureware, a content-driven blog, or an actual web app, enhancing your site with a PWA is a win-win.
The Drupal project has been following a responsible disclosure model for more than 12 years. As Drupal has grown from a few thousand installs to more than 1 million, and as the number of contributed projects on Drupal.org has grown from tens to tens of thousands, the Drupal Security Team has continually evolved our processes to scale our security coverage.
For many organisations Drupal 8 websites evolve over time from a traditional coupled HTML front-end into much more. As the API first initiative is underway unlocking the potential of our content, existing Drupal 8 sites can be progressively decoupled or used as content hubs that power other digital experiences. What does this mean for established websites that are undergoing such transitions?
We wish to share with you our learnings over the last year, implementing varied SSO solutions for the enterprise using SAML/JWT. At the end of the session, you will be able to install and configure SAML/JWT with Drupal 8 and create your SSO network.
Come get an all access preview of how your next generation Drupal sites are going to work with Layout Builder.
The HTTP Archive and Chrome UX Report enable us to understand the state of the web in terms of performance, security, and accessibility. In this session we'll dig deep into the lab and field data to understand the performance of Drupal ecosystem and how it compares to the web as a whole.
This presentation shows how you can use Behat, Drupal Extension, Selenium and Travis CI to provide cheap and effective testing for client project.
User interface texts are all those words that users see when they interact with a Drupal site and they are an important factor in the user experience. So it is time we got a UI text standard, that would make it easier to write good UI texts.
The frontend ecosystem and especially the React community is very large and confusing to new developers. This workshop aims to provide a gentle introduction to developers used to the traditional Drupal theming approach how they might use React in the wild today.
How do you tell if a change you made to your website has unintended side effects? Security updates should rarely result in anything changing visually, but how can you be sure?