Responsive & Ready: Why Drupal 8 is Ideal for Building Mobile-first Experiences on Any Device or Screen

One of the overarching missions of Drupal 8 since development began has been transforming Drupal into a mobile-first platform. Thanks to the hard work of the Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative, Drupal 8 is now an ideal platform not only for building sites on your phone or tablet but also for building mobile applications and responsive websites.

Join Acquia for a webinar that delves deeply into how Drupal is your optimal solution for all mobile-first approaches, including core responsive themes, responsive administration, and the fast-growing space of native mobile applications. With Drupal 8, creating mobile experiences for everyone from your users to your developers is a cinch.

  • Why Drupal 8 is now mobile-first
  • For editors: Responsive administration and toolbar
  • For themers: Responsive and mobile-friendly core themes
  • For site builders: The Breakpoint and Responsive Image modules
  • For application developers: Native mobile applications with Web Services in core

Watch the recorded webinar

occurred on

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 EST

time

1:00 PM

duration

60min.

Preston So, Acquia

Preston So

Former Director of Research and Innovation Acquia

Preston So has been a web developer and designer since 2001, a creative professional since 2004, and a Drupal developer since 2007. As Former Director of Research and Innovation at Acquia, Preston lead Acquia Labs and new open-source and research initiatives. Previously, he managed the Entertainment Weekly website, led its development team at Time Inc., co-founded the Southern Colorado Drupal User Group (est. 2008), and operated an award-winning web and print design studio. Preston has presented at conferences on four continents and in multiple languages about diverse topics such as decoupled Drupal, responsive design, front-end development, and user experience. 

"Working at Acquia allowed me to contribute back to an open source community I love deeply," he said.