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I have been updating my site with Drush since beginning of Drupal 8. This week, an update has been released (Drupal 8.3.6) so i figured this would be a good time to start managing my site with Composer to maintain any external libraries that some modules may require.

If you have been working on many WP sites, at some point you may encounter having to move a WP site to another host with a different domain name. Or more commonly, working on a local development build and need to migrate to production (live site).

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Some great useful small modules that can save you hours of custom coding.

Drupal 8 can be thought of as a complete new application under the hood. So moving from Drpual 7 to Drupal 8 can be like migrating to a completely new 3rd party application because it is not backward compatible.

There's no point explaining all the goodness of NodeBB, just watch the video.

Since Flarum is still in Beta, this will be a short article guide on installing Flarum and a summary of the pros and cons.

So far, i am really impressed with Flarum. The stable release should hopefully be made available some time next month.

Open Social is a distribution for building social communities and intranets. The distribution is positioned as the successor of Drupal Commons, taking full advantage of the new possibilities of Drupal 8.

Initially, I was going to use WHMCS because of the tight integration with cPanel as it was built to accommodate selling web hosting but then I felt it was a bit overkill for what I needed.

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