NextJS in Drupal workshop

Decoupling can be hard. You don't have just to worry about your application (now actually two applications) but also now you have (at least) twice the number of services and infrastructure worries in both, production and non production environments. How can you manage a growing list of complexities while you also keep on building new features, fix bugs and all without losing your head?

Welcome to Pantheon. Pantheon is not just a hosting company specialised in Drupal and Wordpress. We are actually the number one webops company, producing some of the best tools for web development that save uncountable hours of productivity to thousands of developers across the world using our platform.

So when our engineers decided to put their heads together to help with the decoupled conundrum, they came up with a solution capable of saving again hundreds of productivity hours and downtime nightmares. Stop worrying about setting up local and non production infrastructure, hosting it in different environments, ensuring uptime, security and a long list.

Come to this webinar to learn the easiest way to start decoupling in Drupal. Long time Drupal architect and Software Engineer, Alex Moreno will walk you through a short 15 minutes demo while all attendees will have the opportunity to set up a new backend in Drupal, and then a new front end in NextJS, both connected and displaying the content from Drupal in our NextJS application.

But we won’t stop here. We’ll make our first change in the application and we’ll see how those changes could be reviewed in their own environment, automatically created for the PR by Pantheon infrastructure. Let me repeat that again. Automatically spin up, fully functional environments for each Pull Request created in minutes.

Did you have enough? Well, actually, we’ll see as well our own contributed solution to the community to preview content while editing Drupal before saving that content in our frontend applications.

Alejandro Moreno López

Alejandro Moreno is a Developer Advocate and Technical Architect who has worked in different roles, from pure development, to leading small and medium teams, to co-founding three different companies with different partners in Technology, Content management, Marketing Online and Tourism.

He's also been lucky enough to have worked and led some of the biggest enterprise projects in Drupal like Royal Mail, Parcelforce, BBC. He was consultant in London, in one of the biggest consultancy companies in the world, Capgemini, and Technical Architect for Acquia where he led and helped some of the biggest companies in the world running Drupal, including Pharmaceutical, retail or tourism.

Julian Valero
Zaragoza, Spain

Experienced drupal developer and software architect, I've been building complex sites from more than 15 years.

Drupal evangelist, local events organizer and community contributor.

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