At Hook 42 we value inclusivity in all aspects of our business. From the people we hire to the products we build, creating a space that is accessible to everyone is important to us.
Drupal 8 has a wonderful migration system that generally boils migrations into a particular entity type down into a single YAML file. This file specifies the data source, the output entity type, and how to process input fields and where in the entity they get stored.
Getting started in Drupal, WordPress, or Backdrop website development can have a steep learning curve involving a lot of different parts of the system. Not only do we need to learn how to edit the code for the website, but we need a place where we can safely practice and make mistakes. We need to be able to run websites on our own computers, and we need good tools (applications) that can help us learn. That collection of tools is commonly called a “local development environment”, and this blog post is meant to provide an overview of some tools we like to use here at Hook 42.
For years, community members from Chattanooga talked about their local camp. These community members routinely support other camps, through attendance, volunteerism, and by giving talks. It was our time to return the favor.
At Hook 42 we have an excellent team of WordPress Architects and Developers who work with you to create flexible, performant, and secure WordPress sites to fit any business need.
Building the process, tools, and environment for rapid and predictable development will help speed your business initiative's time to market.