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Recently, the Drupal community has introduced its new release with some flexible, powerful features, i.e. Drupal 8.7.0. This version gives the big-league enhancements to the previous versions of Drupal and takes the whole Drupal Content Management System experience to a new level.
Drupal 8.7.0 keeps the project’s commitment to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) and permits keyboards or screen readers to navigate options, which means the particular version has something offered to all. Dries Buytaert, the founder of Drupal, said that “Not only can this version support basic use cases, it also supports advanced use cases.” He also added that “These types of templated layouts and workflow updates are not available in competitors’ layout building tools.”
The newly stable layout of Drupal allows you to drag and drop editing experience without requiring custom code or theme to layout the pages. However, Drupal 8.7.0 goes a long way and modernized the experience of Drupal site builders and content creators, permitting front-end developers to work without difficulty and effectively.
Executive Director of the Drupal Association Tim Lehnen, said, “Drupal 8.7 is a milestone release for the Drupal project. It simultaneously extends Drupal’s lead as a powerful, API-first content framework, and leapfrogs competitors’ tools for content editors.”
So, update your CMS with the latest yet incredibly powerful Drupal version. As Drupal 8.7.0 is quite easy to learn and put into practice for testing, debugging, and scaling the Drupal sites.
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