Drupal’s biggest strengths have always lied in its capabilities and flexibility as a CMS.
Fanatical security and initiatives like decoupling enables developers to leverage those strengths while making the data within the CMS available to some other system(s) to actually render and display the content.
As we step into 2019, it’s a good time to stop and take a look at what’s been happening with the Drupal editing experience. 2018 seemed to be the “year of the editor” for not only Drupal, but the entire open source CMS world.
Earlier this fall, I attended BADCamp 2018, an annual celebration of open-source software. The conference was held in Berkeley, CA and featured four days filled with talks and training sessions about the latest tools to hit…