Mastering Drupal: A Developer's Guide

Configr Technologies offers a comprehensive guide on Medium. It delves into Drupal's fundamentals and highlights its modularity, robust security, and developer-friendly features. 

Drupal excels as a flexible, scalable, and secure open-source CMS ideal for complex websites. This guide covers Drupal's core concepts such as modular architecture, robust security measures, and a community-driven development approach. Key features include customizable content types, taxonomy, Views, and user access controls. Setting up involves choosing a web server, PHP, and a database, with recommended tools like Composer and various IDEs. Drupal-specific development environments like DDEV and Lando streamline workflow, while Drush aids in command-line management. Adherence to best practices in coding, version control, and security ensures high-quality projects. Drupal continues to evolve, focusing on a headless CMS approach, enhanced developer experiences, and API-first integrations.

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