Discover the importance of applying patches in a Drupal project to modify the core, modules, or themes without directly hacking the files, as well as enhancing things or fixing bugs in modules. Learn how these patches can even help make a module compatible with Drupal 10, ensuring smooth operation and updates.
Upgrading Drupal from version 9 to version 10 is a multi-step process that involves several different tasks. Read on to find all the details you need to perform this major Drupal core upgrade.
In this guide, you will find all the information about various drupal/core-* packages. Let's see what all these packages are and what they do.
Drupal 9.3 will be released on December 8, 2021. Updating from 9.2 should be painless, but if you are using the Swift Mailer module then you'll probably encounter some issues.
This article will explain how to deal with some specific and concrete issues you might encounter during the upgrade to Drupal 9 and Composer 2.
In less than a month (to be precise on November 2nd), Drupal 8 will no longer be supported. If you still haven't upgraded your site to Drupal 9 you should do it as soon as possible, to keep it secure and to get new features.
Installing a Drupal distribution is not always smooth sailing. In some cases, a core or module patch can prevent you from properly installing the distribution. Let's explore one way to deal with this situation.
Composer is a great tool for Drupal and in general PHP developers, but in some cases, it might take some effort to accomplish what you want. I tried to install Drupal 9 (dev version) and Drush 10 today and here's what I had to do to make it work.