This presentation is for anyone who has created a website using Drupal and is interested in discovering a standardized, simpler, and faster way to model and build a website's content and information architecture.
The Drupal community's current approach is to create a site using varying practices and then define the Schema.org types on top of the 'custom' content architecture. The Schema.org Blueprints module turns this current Schema.org-last approach around and explores what a site creation experience would look like if we take a Schema.org-first approach to building a site's content architecture leveraging Schema.org's schemas for structuring data.
Learn more about the future of our Drupal CMS and Schema.org: APIs, UI, and UX.
This presentation will explore and answer…
What is Schema.org?
What are some examples of Schema.org?
What are some key things to know about Schema.org?
Schema.org and Drupal
How is Schema.org being implemented in the Drupal community?
Why is Schema.org an afterthought?
What if Schema.org was aforethought?
What is Schema.org-first approach?
What are the challenges of a Schema.org-first approach?
What are the benefits of a Schema.org-first approach?
Schema.org Blueprints module
What is the Schema.org Blueprints module?
Why use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
Who should be using the Schema.org Blueprints module?
When to use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
How to use the Schema.org Blueprints module?
What is next for the Schema.org Blueprints module?