Remodeling Four Kitchens: A look inside our new brand
With the additions of Advomatic and Manatí, we’ve had an exciting few years at Four Kitchens. While we’ve remained fundamentally the same organization, we’ve also been evolving into something new. It’s time for our brand to catch up.Learn more
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Making reactive Headless Drupal 8 interfaces with Meteor
Nearly headless Drupal
Drupal is a pretty strong content manager, allowing you to build robust data models, easily enable content revisioning, and build a publishing workflow complex enough for even the strictest of editorial standards. However, the blistering speed of development on Drupal 8 appears glacial when compared with the rate of invention on the frontend of web development.
With the first party API building tools built into Drupal 8 core, there's been a lot of talk about building semantic APIs in Drupal; when, how, and why you should or should not. However, a commonly overlooked piece of this picture is how to go about actually consuming these APIs. As it turns out, consuming an API, even a well designed one, can present a number of challenges. That's why we created Saucier, a Node.js framework for creating web pages using Drupal-based content APIs.
Four Kitchens is ready for Drupal 8!
Acquia has just announced their [active support for Drupal 8 on their hosting platform](https://www.acquia.com/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/acquia-launches-next-generation-digital-experience-platform-july-13). As Acquia Partners, we've been hard at work preparing for the upcoming Drupal 8 release. Four Kitchens will continue to lead and innovate in the Drupal 8 era. In fact, our work in Drupal 8 has already begun - continue reading to learn more!
Four Kitchens at NYC Camp 2015
This week is a big week for Drupal in New York City at NYC Camp - a self proclaimed mission-driven open source conference. Our team is excited to head to the Big Apple for this premier Drupal event held at the UN Headquarters. Be sure not to miss out on these great sessions and learning opportunities from our very own Web Chefs.
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