Useful Drupal modules
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Recommendations (for and against) are my personal opinion only and may be out of date. Feel free to email with corrections/suggestions.
Why haven't you mentioned Drupal 9? As of February 2022 I've updated all the sites I look after to Drupal 9 (experience: mixed). I haven't decided how to label future version compatibility as D10 will be coming soon as well. The upgrade_status module is superb. You're bound to have issues with composer. Also watch out for a nasty session headers bug with redirect_after_login.
What about sites still running Drupal 7? In short I still recommend leaving them on Drupal 7. Your decision is really if you will gain anything from Drupal 8/9 and for many then answer will be no, and one of the main hassles - apart from converting each content type one at a time, and setting up a new theme, will be recreating all your views by hand, as views can't be automatically upgraded.(1 modules in list)
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One of the best maintained contrib modules. Main benefits: nicely presented forms with powerful conditional logic, YAML configuration, flexible user permissions, very clean data storage, secure. Codebase is also very much written "the Drupal way".
I'm currently using this patch to avoid AJAX errors - it's only necessary where you've both enabled Automatically save as draft when paging, previewing, and when there are validation errors, and are using a confirmation type like inline, that still uses AJAX to submit the form when there are no validation errors.
Troubleshooting install of webform external libraries: (Jan 2020)
Follow these instructions: https://www.drupal.org/node/3003140
If you get a composer SSL error, follow these instructions.
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