Mauricio Dinarte

Today, we are excited to launch a detailed blog series that serves as an in-depth guide on utilizing the Drupal 10 Migrate API. This series is designed to equip you with thorough explanations and step-by-step guidance for migrating all your data from a Drupal 7 site to Drupal 10, facilitating a smooth upgrade to the most current version of the platform.

Janez Urevc

Ensure your Drupal websites run smoothly. Gander documentation walks you through setting up and using the performance testing framework.

Michael Meyers

Randy Fay, the maintainer of DDEV discusses the key features and functionalities of DDEV, a Docker-based development environment that streamlines setting up and managing local development for applications (no Docker knowledge is required). Whether you're creating applications in Python, PHP, or other languages, DDEV will save you tremendous time and effort. It also works great for managing multiple projects, or working with a large distributed team, ensuring everyone’s configurations remain in sync. Randy also demos...

Mariano Crivello

Drupal’s Layout Builder feature has established a critical content creation and display framework in the four years since its integration into Core. Replacing older, more complex tools like Panels and Display Suite, this integration marked a significant shift towards a more user-friendly, native layout-building experience. Better yet, unlike other JavaScript-based content layout tools, LayoutBuilder retains support for Drupal’s more powerful features like views, accessibility, and multilingual, to name just a few. Despite...

Janez Urevc

Our latest episode of Tag1 Team Talks is an insightful guide through the Extract phase of the ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) process in Drupal migrations. Hosted by Janez Urevc, the episode features experts Mike Ryan and Benji Fisher, who offer a deep understanding of data extraction relevant to migrations from older versions of Drupal (6,7,8) or other CMS platforms altogether and more.

Michael Meyers

Tag1 Consulting has been a part of the Drupal community for over 20 years - since before it was Drupal - and we pride ourselves on being the #2 all-time contributor to the platform! We are thrilled to be a Champion sponsor at DrupalCon Pittsburgh 2023 being held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center - June 5th - 8th! Tag1 is proud to announce 5 talks featuring our Drupal experts at this year's conference...

Lynette Miles

Drupal development never stops. Drupal 9 was released on June 3, 2020, and that’s already a year behind us. Drupal 10’s target date is June 2022! As long as 2020 was, 2022 seemed a long way away, but it definitely is not. As Drupal continues to progress, Drupal users and developers get more used to the consistent framework Drupal is built on. Planning ahead for everything from new features, to software upgrades, is faster and...

Lynette Miles

As everyone in the Drupal community knows, Drupal 8 was a major shift in the way the software was built and will be developed into the future. Prior to Drupal 8, each major release essentially caused major rewrites for core and all of the contributed modules. Drupal 8 aimed to fix this; moving forward, Drupal upgrades will be easy and fast. You get a great return on investment upgrading to D9 because you can seamlessly...

Lynette Miles

If you’ve ever worked with software, or in software development, you’ve experienced the potential crisis that comes with an End of Life (EOL) announcement. Decisions must be made - do you upgrade, when, how, to what version, do you change software entirely, how much will all of these changes cost?

Preston So

Tag1 Quo, Tag1's extended support service for Drupal, offers you peace of mind when it comes to receiving all of the important security updates that Drupal 7 Extended Support (D7ES) vendors maintain. But Tag1 Quo goes well beyond the minimum requirements of the D7ES program, because we cover all of your contributed modules and notify you right away of security patches that need your attention.