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Drupal has a very active community with tens of thousands of developers all around the world and they also have a huge focus on standard compliance and on security.

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Drupal 7 is going End-of-Life eventually. While this had been originally scheduled for a date which has passed for a couple of years already, support got extended and may well be finished in November this year - although that may still get extended again for another year or two. That's why there are plenty of discussions in and around the Drupal community of what should be done to all those still existing and mostly deeply necessary Drupal 7 sites. The options are:

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The complete power of Drupal is also accessible to all site builders with

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Back in July, we've been so excited about the launch of ECA 1.0.0 after around 3,000 hours of development work in only 12 months, that we didn't even write a blog post at the time. The following weeks, the team was busy dealing with feedback and support, as well as starting to build even more features. That's how 4 months went by, certainly time for a recap of what has been happening and what ECA brings to the Drupal project and its community.


A LakeDrops client runs a campaign where a single block containing a view should only be visible to invited, still anonymous users. This block is embedded in a landing page which remains accessible to all visitors. Due to high traffic, turning off Drupal's page cache isn't an option. So, how could that be done? The problem to solve: once the landing page gets visited the first time, that content will be cached and delivered as is to all subsequent anonymous visitors.

To solve this problem, we've chosen a 3-step-approach:

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ECA stands for "Events - Conditions - Actions" and is a powerful, versatile, and user-friendly rules engine for Drupal 9+. The core