Taking Maximum Advantage of Drupal Core's Composer Template
If you're looking to build a modern Drupal 8 or 9 site, then you're probably going to want to use the Drupal core Composer "recommended-project" template. Debuting with Drupal 8.8, this modern, (officially) community-supported Composer template gets your project off on the right foot.
This session will both deconstruct and provide examples, tips, and tricks for making the most of the drupal/recommended-project template. We will compare and contrast it with the "Drupal Composer / Drupal Project" template, and introduce some additional dependencies to help manage your project's codebase effectively.
Michael Anello (@ultimike) is co-founder and vice president of DrupalEasy, a Drupal training and consulting firm based in Central Florida. Specializing in Drupal training and development, he helped to develop one of the first long-form Drupal career training programs and has been developing Drupal sites for over 13 years. Michael has been one of the main organizers of the Florida Drupal Users' Group and Florida DrupalCamps for over 11 years, and also helps manage the Drupal Association's Community Cultivation Grants program and is a member of the Drupal Communitiy Working Group. He is a Acquia Certified Developer and a Drupal 8 core contributor. He can be heard interviewing fellow Drupal community members, talking about current Drupal news, and highlighting new and upcoming modules on the twice-monthly DrupalEasy Podcast.