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How To Publish Books with Booktype on Debian 8 | DigitalOcean

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:58 -- rprice

Booktype can be installed on any suitable GNU/Linux or Apple OS X server and in principle could run on Windows too, but this tutorial focuses on the recommended platform of Debian stable, version 8.2 (Jessie). While writing and editing books, authors can use any device with a modern web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

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How To Publish Books with Booktype on Debian 8 | DigitalOcean

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:58 -- rprice

Booktype can be installed on any suitable GNU/Linux or Apple OS X server and in principle could run on Windows too, but this tutorial focuses on the recommended platform of Debian stable, version 8.2 (Jessie). While writing and editing books, authors can use any device with a modern web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

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How To Publish Books with Booktype on Debian 8 | DigitalOcean

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 17:58 -- rprice

Booktype can be installed on any suitable GNU/Linux or Apple OS X server and in principle could run on Windows too, but this tutorial focuses on the recommended platform of Debian stable, version 8.2 (Jessie). While writing and editing books, authors can use any device with a modern web browser such as Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

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Sending a Drupal Site Into Retirement | Lullabot

Wed, 01/06/2016 - 19:56 -- rprice

maintaining an inactive Drupal site can be a pain. There is a constant stream of security releases that you need to apply. And it's really maddening if you apply a security release to an inactive site only to find out the release contains other changes that break things that used to work, so that you have to spend time trying to get that inactive site working again. Not to mention that it's expensive to pay for hosting that can securely deploy Drupal sites if you aren't even using any Drupal interactivity any more.

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Sending a Drupal Site Into Retirement | Lullabot

Wed, 01/06/2016 - 19:56 -- rprice

maintaining an inactive Drupal site can be a pain. There is a constant stream of security releases that you need to apply. And it's really maddening if you apply a security release to an inactive site only to find out the release contains other changes that break things that used to work, so that you have to spend time trying to get that inactive site working again. Not to mention that it's expensive to pay for hosting that can securely deploy Drupal sites if you aren't even using any Drupal interactivity any more.

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Sending a Drupal Site Into Retirement | Lullabot

Wed, 01/06/2016 - 19:56 -- rprice

maintaining an inactive Drupal site can be a pain. There is a constant stream of security releases that you need to apply. And it's really maddening if you apply a security release to an inactive site only to find out the release contains other changes that break things that used to work, so that you have to spend time trying to get that inactive site working again. Not to mention that it's expensive to pay for hosting that can securely deploy Drupal sites if you aren't even using any Drupal interactivity any more.

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Drupal 8 Services, Dependency Injection, and Decoupling Your Code | FFW

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 11:53 -- rprice

Notice that while there are lots of OOP-isms in this project, we never really had to use the new keyword. We are not in the weeds instantiating objects, just snapping together Services, Config and finishing everything off in the Drupal UI. Once you learn how to work with Services and Dependency Injection, you'll be thinking at a higher level and you can focus on one specific task. This is one of the promises of Drupal to solve 80% of the problems for you and let you focus on the 20% of your project that is unique.

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Drupal 8 Services, Dependency Injection, and Decoupling Your Code | FFW

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 11:53 -- rprice

Notice that while there are lots of OOP-isms in this project, we never really had to use the new keyword. We are not in the weeds instantiating objects, just snapping together Services, Config and finishing everything off in the Drupal UI. Once you learn how to work with Services and Dependency Injection, you'll be thinking at a higher level and you can focus on one specific task. This is one of the promises of Drupal to solve 80% of the problems for you and let you focus on the 20% of your project that is unique.

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