Drupal 10 released


The Drupal 10 release marks the start of an exciting new era for the open-source CMS. This major update includes a host of features, such as improved accessibility, a new front-end theme called Claro, and improved content workflows. Additionally, the update marks the end of support for older versions of Drupal, which will help ensure users are running the most secure and up-to-date version of the platform. With this release, Drupal is better positioned to meet the demands of the modern web.



For developers, Drupal 10 introduces a number of new features and improvements. These include a new unified JavaScript library, improved web services capabilities, and a new web component-based theme layer. Additionally, Drupal 10 includes improvements to the APIs and configuration system, which should make development with Drupal easier. On the end-user side, Drupal 10 includes a number of improvements to make content creation and editing easier. This includes improved media handling, content previewing, and content workflow. Additionally, Drupal 10 includes improvements to the content editing experience, with a focus on making creating and editing content easier for all users. Finally, Drupal 10 consists of a host of security and performance improvements. These include improvements to the update system, improved caching, and improved security hardening.



In conclusion, Drupal 10 marks a major milestone in the history of the open-source CMS. This release brings a number of new features, improvements, and changes to the platform, making it easier to use and more secure. With this release, Drupal is better positioned to meet the demands of the modern web.




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