After months of work, Drupal 9 is now available for download, and the team behind it is releasing it as a Beta release.
The Drupal community is already eager to see what’s new in this release, and we’ve put together a quick guide to get you up and running quickly.
We’ve also included a quick video walkthrough.
Read moreRead the full release notes:We have an exciting beta version of Drupal 9 available for public download, with a new UI, new themes, new features, and more!
We are pleased to announce that Drupal 9 will be available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android users on March 16th.
We’re also happy to announce the first Drupal 9 beta-release candidate, and have a few other new features to share with you.
Drupal 9 Beta 1 has been released to the public, and it’s available on Windows, macOS, Linux and Android.
We recommend running the beta first before diving in, as the beta has a few bugs in the initial release, but those can be fixed in the final release.
DependenciesDrupal is a modern web development framework that’s easy to use for anyone who’s familiar with the latest Drupal, and also easy to get started with.
You can start out with a few of the most popular modules in the Dividl package, including Dividli-ui and Dividls-admin, to quickly get your feet wet with Drupal.
If you’re more experienced with WordPress, we also recommend using Dividi-admin to get Drupal up and working with a CMS.
Dividlis-ui also provides the same functionality as Dividlies-admin for Drupal, but for Drupal 8.
Dividli is a new package for Drupal 9, which is a more modern version of Dividels-ui.
It offers a more advanced user interface, including new theme choices, new theme icons, a new admin panel and more.
The package also includes a lot of new features in the upcoming release, including theme-aware modules, theme-driven development, theme and module support, and even support for theme caching.
We have a lot to share about Dividlicious for Drupal.
Check out our blog post for more details.
Dyno-mode is the most modern Drupal theme for Drupal 7.
It features a sleek new design and tons of options to customize it for your site.
It also offers a number of other useful features, including the ability to edit multiple modules at once, a powerful theme system, and a flexible CMS plugin system.
Drupal 8 has the same theme options and features as Drupal 7, and Drupal 8 Dyno-Mode will be supported in the next release.
We hope you’ll find the Drupal 9 Beta Preview to be a great introduction to the power of Drupal 8, and to start exploring the power and flexibility of modern Drupal 8 modules.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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