Preston So

In this second installment of a two-part blog series about Reason, we take a closer look at why Reason's applications outperform their JavaScript and TypeScript counterparts and embark on a quick tour of Reason's community and burgeoning ecosystem.

Preston So

Reason, also written ReasonML, is a technology that has gained considerable attention over the past several years due to its compelling developer experience and enduring resilience. A functional programming language with built-in React support, Reason also includes an efficient toolchain and JavaScript-like syntax.

Preston So

ReasonML is a functional programming language that has built-in React support, JavaScript-like syntax, and a highly efficient toolchain optimized for code management and compilation. With seamless interoperability with existing JavaScript and originally written by Facebook, ReasonML is quickly becoming a language of choice not only for functional programming enthusiasts well-versed in OCaml but also for React architects and developers who need better state handling and more robust typing. Already leveraged by mission-critical applications at organizations...

Preston So

In this multi-part blog series that covers Fabian's session in detail from start to finish, we summarize some of the key ideas that could promise an exciting vision not only for the front-end developer experience of Drupal but also for the user experience all Drupal developers have to offer their customers. In this fifth installment in the series, we continue our analysis of some of the previous solutions we examined and consider some of the...

Preston So

Among the most pitched debates currently in the Drupal community is the discussion over the future of Drupal's front-end and whether decoupled Drupal marks how front-end development in one of the world's most popular content management systems (CMS) will look for years to come.

Preston So

Drupal is quickly approaching a critical inflection point in terms of its ability to adapt to and outperform other technologies in the web development space, particularly in the front end. Trends like decoupled Drupal, are rapidly gaining adoption in the Drupal community, but such architectural approaches do not resolve the issue of how Drupal's front end can contend with the increasing focus on popular front-end technologies like React and Vue.

Preston So

A debate has been ongoing for several years about how Drupal's front end can compete against the primacy of JavaScript frameworks that are rapidly gaining steam in the wider web development community. In this multi-part blog series, we review the most important concepts behind this potential future for Drupal's front end, including Web Components, virtual DOMs, and what Drupal can learn from other ecosystems. In this second installment in the series, we examine how Drupal's...

Preston So

The question of where Drupal's front end is headed has led to much handwringing in the community, with a variety of ongoing discussions about whether decoupled Drupal is the future for Drupal's presentation layer. Out of all the debates in the community, few have engendered as much consternation and spilled ink as how, when, and whether to replace or augment Twig's functionality as the default theme engine for Drupal.

Michael Meyers

Rich text editors are an integral part of content creation and content management workflows, but they can often present challenges for developers when it comes to robustness, extensibility, flexibility, and accessibility. What are some of the considerations you should keep in mind when evaluating rich text editors, especially for mission-critical systems like the application Tag1 is building for a top Fortune 50 company? In this Tag1 Team Talk, we explore the new generation of rich...