Acquia-compatible Drupal application based on the Drupal Recommended Project
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This is a project template providing a great out-of-the-box experience for new Drupal 9 projects hosted on Acquia. It is based on the Drupal Recommended Project and similar to the Acquia Drupal Minimal Project, with the principal difference being the addition of several modules and packages that provide the best possible out-of-the-box experience for Acquia customers.
This project includes the following packages and configuration:
- Drupal core
- Drupal core scaffold
- Acquia CMS (Starter kit)
- Drush (Drupal CLI and development tool)
- Asset Packagist repository, package, and configuration
- Acquia environment detection
- Acquia platform memcache settings
- Best practices for Drupal development, testing and project architcture
The Acquia CMS starter kit allows you to install Drupal for a given style of CMS:
|Acquia CMS Enterprise Low-code||The low-code starter kit will install Acquia CMS with Site Studio and a UIkit. It provides drag and drop content authoring and low-code site building. An optional content model can be added in the installation process.|
|Acquia CMS Community||The community starter kit will install Acquia CMS. An optional content model can be added in the installation process.|
|Acquia CMS Headless||The headless starter kit preconfigures Drupal for serving structured, RESTful content to 3rd party content displays such as mobile apps, smart displays and frontend driven websites (e.g. React or Next.js).|
Create a new project using Composer:
composer create-project --no-interaction acquia/drupal-recommended-project
Once you create the project, you can and should customize
composer.json and the rest of the project to suit your needs. You will receive updates from any dependent packages, but not from the project template itself. It's yours to keep!
For instance, you can remove a provided package by running the following command and committing the changed
composer.lock to Git:
composer remove acquia/mysql56
You should only commit changes to
composer.lock. Do not commit files in the
docroot/core, and similar directories (these are ignored by the provided
.gitignore file). In order to run your application in another environment, you’ll need to run
composer install to reinstall these assets. Acquia Code Studio’s Auto DevOps feature can do this automatically when deploying to Acquia Cloud.
Drupal 9 is installed by default. If you want to try Drupal 10, use the
composer create-project acquia/drupal-recommended-project:dev-drupal10
Note that the
drupal10 branch is completely untested, lacks many packages with known compatibility issues, and is slightly more resource-intensive to install due to not shipping with a
After creating your project, if you'd also like to use Acquia BLT, do the following:
- Add BLT via Composer with
composer require acquia/blt
- Install the BLT Launcher and follow the rest of the BLT setup guide.
- Set up automated testing using BLT recipes and plugins such as BLT Behat and the Acquia Drupal Spec Tool.
Copyright (C) 2020 Acquia, Inc.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.