Decoupling Drupal From Its Frontend System to Use in an Existing Website

By Jack D. Polifka

The ability to create and publish content in real-time without knowing HTML or the ability to program is a common feature of many websites. This capability allows individuals to produce web content regardless of their technical ability. Producing web content is a common feature of many content management systems (CMS). Some websites don’t allow direct creation and publication of content, so a possible solution to address this shortcoming is integrating a CMS into these websites. This article describes how Drupal, a CMS, was added to an existing Symfony website to allow users to publish content in real-time. Implementation details about integrating Drupal into the existing website using Headless Drupal are shared.

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This article was originally published in the May 2020 issue of php[architect] magazine. To read the complete article please subscribe or purchase the complete issue.

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