Lullabot Podcast

News, interviews and tips about Drupal and Open Source from the team at Lullabot.

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Drupal Console

In this episode, Amber Matz talks with Jesus Manuel Olivas, one of the maintainers of the Drupal Console project. Drupal Console brings the Symfony Console component to Drupal 8 and provides code generation and module scaffolding commands as well as commands for interacting with a Drupal 8 installation. Extended notes and resources are on the Drupalize.Me blog.


 27 February 2015  35m

Front-End Fundamentals, a Book Written by Bots

One of the coolest things about Lullabots is their desire to teach and share their knowledge. They do this in many formats: podcasts, articles, presentations, and even writing books. Joe Fender and Carwin Young decided there was an absolute need to write a book that brings all aspects of Front-End tools, frameworks, concepts, and procedures into one place — Front-End Fundamentals...


 13 February 2015  35m

Drush and Composer

In this week's episode Addison Berry hosts Greg Anderson, one of the Drush maintainers, and Juampy Novillo Requena to discuss Drush. We start off by explaining why Drush exists and some cool things about it. One of the big hangups people have with Drush is installation, so we talk a bit about that, and how it is easier now with Composer...


 30 January 2015  47m

The RESTful Module

In this episode Kyle Hofmeyer talks with the maintainers of the RESTful module, Mateu Aguiló Bosch and Amitai Burstein. They discuss decoupling, headless Drupal, and how the RESTful module they maintain may be the right solution for you when it comes to using Drupal as a backend CMS while maintaining a completely separate front end...


 16 January 2015  50m

D8 Accelerate

What is D8 Accelerate? Amber Himes Matz chats with Angie Byron and Holly Ross about this new pilot program from the Drupal Association to put $125,000 of community funds toward resolving critical issues and accelerating the release of Drupal 8.


 23 December 2014  33m