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Use Vagrant Rsync feature to maximize performance

Original article appeared on X-Team.com


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We all know that Drupal doesn’t do really well under the default shared folder of VirtualBox. When we were given the task of creating a new box for one of our clients, we immediately went with NFS file system to circumvent this issue. We quickly realized two things:

  1. Vagrant is way faster with NFS enabled (but won’t work on Windows)
  2. Drupal is still slower reading files using NFS shared folder than using a default LAMP setup on the host directly

Thanks to the newly added feature in Vagrant 1.5, we can now use rsync to sync our shared folder with any Vagrant virtual machine. What does it mean for Drupal local development? A huge performance gain! Continue reading

Create a RESTful web service with Drupal 8

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Disclaimer: Drupal 8 is still in a very early stage. Therefore, some examples or content in this article is subject to change without notice. I will be using the Drupal 8.0-alpha10 package that you can find here.

My girlfriend and I (like mostly everyone really) are always looking for ideas about what to eat. We tried a lot of recipes over the years and couldn’t figure out a good way to file them for future use.

We finally took the time and created a  little website to expose all the recipes we loved; and we did it through a simple web service. It was the perfect time to try the new Drupal 8 web services!

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A first look at Drupal 8 translation

Read the original article on x-team.com.


Disclaimer: Drupal 8 is still in a very early stage. Therefore, some examples or content in this article is subject to change without notice.

Translating content in Drupal isn’t a straightforward task in Drupal 7. That is why they made it a priority in Drupal 8 to make this process smoother. They even created a whole initiative that you can follow here.

Let’s take a look at what is needed to get up and running with a multilingual website in Drupal 8.

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