Webinars

Drupal4Gov hosts monthly webinars each third Thursday at 3pm EST.  

We are actively seeking webinar speakers. If you have an idea you would like to present, or see presented, please email us @ [email protected].

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Interested in past webinars, take a look at 2021 Webinars.

2022 Webinars

2022 Webinars
Date Webinar

March 17, 2022

Time:  

3:00PM - 4:00PM (EST)

Easy Intro to Using Composer with Drupal

Presenter:  Ashraf Abed

Use of Composer is vital to development in Drupal 8+. Simplify upgrades and improve stability & security by managing your site's dependencies using Composer, the package manager for PHP.

Attendees Can Expect to Learn how to use Composer for:

  • Strategies to simplifying upgrades.
  • Security improvements
  • What the php package manager does
  • How to manage your sites dependencies
  • And how using composer will assist in over all site stability

February 17, 2022

Time:  

3:00PM - 4:00PM (EST)

Deploying an Ecosystem to Serve California's Justice System

Presenters: John Faber & Mike Madison

California's court system is the largest in the nation and serves a population of more than 39.5 million people — about 12 percent of the total U.S. population. The state's court system is in the middle of a multi-year process of deploying a shared infrastructure and design system that will eventually serve dozens of affiliated court websites. Chapter Three is helping guide the technical and strategic rethink of how to run a modern, multi-tiered court system online.

January 27, 2022

Time:  

3:00PM - 4:00PM (EST)

Content Management: From Docs to Components

Presenter:  Yanko Ivanov & Madison Taylor

Headless Drupal enables content distribution from one central authoring point to many front-end user experiences. To enable full flexibility for tailored user experience, we need to ensure that front-end applications are able to request and consume only relevant components of the content. In this webinar, we will explore the journey from a CMS as a tool delivering complete web pages to a CMS that is built around content components that can be assembled in many different ways to deliver that coveted customized end-user experience.