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Photo of John Bickar Posted by John Bickar on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 8:25am

In November, 2015, the Stanford Web Services team got to dive into Drupal 8 during a weeklong sprint. I was excited to look at the RESTful web services that Drupal 8 gives out-of-the-box; what follows is my documentation of the various types of requests supported, required headers, responses, and response codes.

This is not intended to be an exhaustive documentation of RESTful web services in Drupal 8. However, I have pulled information from various posts around the Web, and my own experimentation, into this post.

Cynthia Mijares Posted by Cynthia Mijares on Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 8:00am

2015 has been amazing! Big thanks to all of our wonderful and devoted colleagues around the university and in the community. We wish you happy holidays over the winter break, and we'll see you in 2016!

 

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Shea McKinney Posted by Shea Ross McKinney on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - 9:14am

Not all modules belong on Drupal.org

Johan Baath Posted by Johan Baath on Monday, November 30, 2015 - 8:15am

Even though it feels like I have known the SWS team for years, the truth is that I have only been here for two months. The reason it feels that way might be because of the amount of things I’ve learned from my colleagues over the past 8 weeks could be compared to an intense 4-year combined degree in Computer Science/Customer Relations/Project Management. Another reason could be that the amazing people that comprise this team make you feel at home right away.

Posted by Greg Garvey on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 8:05am

The development team was recently given the opportunity to stand up a Drupal 8 REST server with the intent of improving on our D7 content server, learning what's new with the framework and seeing how our content types would fit into the revised architecture. Having just attended BADcamp at UC Berkeley, we were excited to use Drupal 8 and its new special sauce (yml, composer, console, bigpipe, twig, etc).

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