DDEV Live

DrupalCon Seattle Wrap-up

Our time at DrupalCon Seattle strongly reinforced the core principles and values we’ve been building our tools on. We’re always excited to share updates and benefits of our DDEV local development environment and hosting platform, but even better is hearing what you’ve been working on and where your interests lie. The most valuable experiences at … Continued

Intelligence Engine: Long-Term Partnership with DRUD

Being a good host for your website is not unlike being a good host at a dinner party—we anticipate our guests’ needs, help them feel comfortable in our space by customizing their experience to their liking, and assure them they’ll get their coat back at the end of the night. DDEV-Live hosting is a solid … Continued

DDEV v Build-it-yourself

Despite its appeal, if building your own local development and live deployment solution isn’t your core business, you should consider a fully-supported, open source solution like DDEV. It offers you a much better long-term balance in terms of focus and cost, meeting your needs efficiently while remaining transparent, flexible, and extensible. Whether you’re leading a … Continued

Making Critical Updates Easier – What You Should Know

Professional developers–creating open source or proprietary software–have to take responsibility for every line of code they commit to a project. And they have to commit to keeping it up to date. Is the cost and pain of keeping your site updated leaving it open to vulnerabilities? DDEV is here to help make updates easier! The … Continued

Web Development Workflows Simplified

It is DDEV’s mission to create a faster, better, simpler, and more reliable web development workflow. Kamran Ahmed’s Roadmap to becoming a web developer in 2018 gives a bird’s eye view of the sprawling list of technologies a web developer needs to learn and be aware of to master web development today. From scripting languages … Continued

Removing the Biggest Barrier to Contribution

An open source project needs a steady intake of users who supply feedback and improvements, especially in the form of code. Project maintainers need support from other contributors. To make the flow of contribution, we need to help people over one of the biggest (and often overlooked) barriers to contribution: the local development environment. In … Continued