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Drupal 8 Multi-Site - The Other Way: Building Separate Sites using Simple jQuery

This three-part article series focuses on using headless Drupal 8 and taxonomy to build a multi-site solution. With restful API built into Drupal 8, and headless Drupal being the new talk of the town, there are many possibilities of what you can do with it out of the box. This ranges from IOT and more streamlined mobile strategy to much more.

The third and final article in the series, “Building My Separate Sites: Simple jQuery,” will outline and detail the steps required to use the Simple jQuery app as a client to consume content and as the front end for the multiple sites.

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Drupal 8 Multi-Site - The Other Way: Building Separate Sites using Angular.js

This three-part article series focuses on using headless Drupal 8 and taxonomy to build a multi-site solution. With restful API built into Drupal 8, and headless Drupal being the new talk of the town, there are many possibilities of what you can do with it out of the box. This ranges from IOT and more streamlined mobile strategy to much more.

The second article in the series, “Building My Separate Sites using Angular.js,” will outline and detail the steps required to use the Angular.js app as a client to consume content and as the front end for the multiple sites.

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Drupal 8 Multi-Site: The Other Way

This three-part article series will focus on using headless Drupal 8 and taxonomy to build a multi-site solution. It will explain how to use frameworks such as Angular.js, node.js, etc. as clients to consume content and as the front ends for the multiple sites.

With restful API built into Drupal 8, and headless Drupal being the new talk of the town, there are many possibilities of what you can do with it out of the box. This ranges from IOT and more streamlined mobile strategy to much more.

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The Problem with controllerAs

For a while now, I've been silently bothered by the popularity of controllerAs syntax, how often I hear it recommended, and the reasons it's recommended. It's taken me the better part of two years to take the time to think about and write out why it goes against my gut so strongly, but I think I've figured it out.

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