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Why Use Decoupled Drupal

Decoupled Drupal, also known as Headless Drupal, is the practice of using Drupal as a back-end content repository with at least one non-Drupal front-end. When using this approach, Drupal exposes APIs that you can use in a mobile app, a single-page JavaScript-driven app, or any other front-end. Websites have used Drupal this way for years, but the increasing prevalence of mobile apps and maturity of JavaScript frameworks has contributed to increasing interest in Decoupled Drupal.

Acquia at BAD Camp 2012 – see you there!

I am pleased to be able to announce that Acquia is a core sponsor of this year's Bay Area Drupal Camp. We've been part of BAD Camp and sponsored before, but it's a privilege to be part of making Drupal's largest and best free, annual event a reality again this year. And we're so excited about everything going on: hiring, sessions, summits, and more! Old friends and new, stop by our table and say hi.