Drupal 8

Drupal 8 is supported until November 2, 2021. All Drupal 8 sites need to be upgraded to Drupal 9 by then. Drawing from the lessons of hard and painful migration from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8, Drupal devs have decided to make the transition from 8 to 9 as smooth as possible. Reading tweets and blog posts it may seem "it's just the matter of running update.php". Is it though? Here are some things you may want to know.
Aapp is a simple and robust decoupled app that works with Drupal 8 and facilitates simple actions like imports and custom batch jobs that developers can expose to their customers.
This handy JavaScript app, developed for arocom.de web agency, allows searching for contact using ajax without reloading the page.
Development and maintenance times for Drupal 8 can be strongly optimized, saving 20% or even 30% development cost for smaller websites thanks to using the tools wisely and using ready-built distros for lower start.
Now it has happened. In his DrupalCon Vienna keynote presentation, Dries Buytaert, the Drupal trademark owner, has announced, that “Drupal is no longer for small websites.” I am pissed. He should not have said that.