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Decoupled Drupal

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Simply put, decoupled Drupal is the process of employing Drupal as a web service provider that exposes data for consumption by other applications (Figure 4-1). Drupal can be used to back other server-side applications, native desktop and mobile applications, single-page JavaScript applications, over-the-top applications, and IoT applications. Indeed, any application that can perform requests against a web service can be a consumer of the APIs exposed by a decoupled Drupal implementation.

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So, P. (2018). Decoupled Drupal. In: Decoupled Drupal in Practice. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4072-4_4

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