Twig in Drupal: Boosting Performance and Templating Efficiency

With Twig replacing PHP as the template engine in Drupal 8, the Drupal community's approach to templating has significantly changed. The debate between Twig and PHP template engines has been ongoing, but Twig has emerged as the preferred choice due to its numerous advantages. Yogesh Kushwaha's comprehensive blog post shared insights into Twig in Drupal, shedding light on how Twig boosts Drupal's performance. 

As a versatile and secure templating engine, Twig leverages Symfony's power to introduce modern templating features to Drupal, enhancing its intuitiveness for developers and themes. Unlike PHP templates, Twig offers clearer syntax and ease of use, especially for front-end developers less familiar with PHP. With its simplicity, extensibility, documentation, and security features, Twig is a fantastic addition to Drupal, offering developers a powerful tool to enhance application performance effectively.

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