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How to make Your Content Architecture AI-First

By 2020, 85% of all enterprise interaction will be via bots.

AI-powered bots can make frictionless customer experiences, and drive more conversions. But how are you getting your chatbots to deliver the right answers? Are you stuck recreating all your content in a format that bots can use? That's definitely needless duplication of work, and the slower way, so your competitors could beat you to market.

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Comprehensive Guide to Image Configuration in Drupal 8

Drupal has always been on the forefront of image processing and configuration in the content management world. Simple things, like real-time generation of image presets and an administration interface for creating and displaying different image styles, are a dream for site builders and designers.

There is a wide range of contributed modules that extend the power, flexibility, and responsiveness of Drupal core image management.  This session will highlight some of the leading solutions for managing your imagery, the pros and cons, and where their usage is most appropriate.

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What alternatives we have to reinvent content authoring in Drupal?

In this session, we will take a critical look at how the new JS world is impacting Drupal. We will address the barriers we have to make Drupal relevant for this novel ecosystem and analyze how our current Drupal administrative interface lags behind.

We rely our whole Drupal administrative interface on the fact that there is a site builder to build things. Maybe it's time to look at it differently. An alternative is OpenStory, a decoupled administrative interface aimed to improve the editorial experience in Drupal.

We will address the following points:

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Site Building 2.0: How Layout Builder will change everything

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Come get an all access preview of how your next generation Drupal sites are going to work with Layout Builder.

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Layout Builder is a new experimental module for Drupal 8 and its implications are vast. In this session we're going to dig into the site builder implications of this new tool and how it's going to change your builds for the better.

 

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Letting Editors Win - Who Needs More Than 1 Column?

In the years that I have been a front-end developer and site builder in Drupal, one thing has remained constant—the battle to allow editors more power without sacrificing design or performance. With Drupal 8 Layout Builder and Paragraphs, I finally have a solution that provides a good balance between flexibility and control. The best thing is that it all happens in a single column.

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101 Usability improvements (more reasons to choose Backdrop CMS)

In this session we'll showcase many of the user experience improvements that went into (and are still going into...) Backdrop CMS.

Because Backdrop's audience is a slightly less technical crowd than Drupal's it was important that the software be more intuitive and easier for everyone learn. Because many Backdrop projects may be also be considering WordPress as a software solution, Backdrop needed to be nearly as straightforward while still retaining it's ability to produce more flexible highly customized websites.

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Why fork Drupal? The philosophy behind Backdrop CMS

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Backdrop CMS is the Drupal fork. It is a faster and less-complex version of Drupal 7 with more features you want, and fewer you don't.

This session will highlight the Backdrop Mission, it's intended audience, and it's guiding principles.

We'll explain the decision making process, introduce the Project Management Committee, and expand on how the project's direction is set by the needs of the whole community.

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Meta and Schema: Defining the Content about your Content

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You know how your content looks on your own website, on desktops, laptops and phones, but how does it look when it leaves your site? Using open source protocols like Schema.org, Open Graph, and W3C specified meta data to markup your structured data, you can help boost your content’s chances of outperforming its competition in search engines, and shared on social media sites.

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