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Drupal 8 has been known to be slightly slower then its predecessor. But given the fact that it is more complex and so many modules added to core, it would be forgiven to suffer a bit on the perfomance side.

This is why BigPipe is a huge welcome feature since Views to be incorporated into Drupal 8.x core.

I've looked through many tutorial videos on installing WordPress and i feel this is the easiest one to follow. It is a little old but still applies to WordPress 4.5.x

It goes through 3 different ways of installing WP:

Since Composer will become a useful tool to manage Drupal 8 site, it would make sense to install this on your server.

I am using CentOS 7.2 for my web hosting server so will cover how to install it under this Linux distro.

Composer is a cross-platform dependency manager for PHP libraries.

In this guide, i'm installing Composer on a machine running Mac OSX with MAMP.

There have been so many changes not just under the hood but to the admin Interface as well that it is impossible to list them all on this page.

Highlights of some of the important changes are:

At work, the drupal hosting sites were growing and it has become cumbersome and tedious to update them individually on our VPS server. At first we thought it would be great to have a central site to manage all other Drupal sites but we drop this idea pretty quickly as explianed below.

Is it better to use paid search (PPC) versus organic search marketing? Sounds like a simple question, but the answer is much more complex. Both methods have specific benefits and drawbacks. Let's discuss some major differences and consider the best approach.

Today there are more ways to measure performance than ever before, but which metrics really matter? How can you be sure you're measuring the right thing? This video, written by Cliff Crocker (@cliffcrocker), will explain how to identify and track the most important metrics for your company and your users.


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