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Day: June 22, 2023

Drupal 10.1 is now available

Drupal released Drupal 10.1, which makes customizing the look of your site easier, adds support for decoupled navigation, improves content modeling and editing, block management, performance, and more. A sample of the changes include:

  • New APIs for retrieving menus configured in Drupal using the Linkset standard.
  • Various CKEditor improvements including an autoformat feature.
  • A unified entity revision editing experience was added. This makes prior versions of content easier to manage regardless of whether they are in content blocks or nodes or other entities.
  • You can create custom blocks directly under Structure in the administrative interface. More granular permissions allow granting block management per type and revisions to block content can be reviewed and rolled back.
  • BigPipe supports serving interface previews for delayed content, which makes the user experience smoother.
  • HTML pages and AJAX responses can now be served before dynamically processed JavaScript and CSS assets have been generated.
  • The request type used for making AJAX requests can be configured allowing certain dynamic requests to be cached using render and edge caching capabilities, enabling faster response times.
  • Drupal 10.1 is also approved as a Digital Public Good (DPG) by the Digital Public Good Alliance (DPGA).

MongoDB launches five new capabilities for MongoDB Atlas

MongoDB, Inc. announced five new products and features for its developer data platform, MongoDB Atlas, that make it faster and easier for customers to build modern applications, for any workload or use case. The new products and features include:

  • MongoDB Atlas Vector Search simplifies bringing generative AI and semantic search into applications for highly engaging end-user experiences.
  • MongoDB Atlas Search Nodes now provide dedicated infrastructure for search use cases so customers can scale independently of their database to manage unpredictable spikes and high-throughput workloads with greater flexibility and operational efficiency.
  • MongoDB Atlas Stream Processing transforms building event-driven applications that react and respond in real-time by unifying how developer teams work with data-in-motion and data-at-rest.
  • MongoDB Atlas Time Series collections now make time series workloads more efficient for use cases from predictive maintenance for factory equipment to automotive vehicle-fleet monitoring to financial trading platforms.
  • New multi-cloud options for MongoDB Atlas Online Archive and Atlas Data Federation enable customers to tier and query data in Microsoft Azure and in addition to Amazon Web Services.

Together, these new features for can speed up their pace of innovation by standardizing many types of workloads on a single developer data platform across the enterprise.

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