There are a number of different tools that allow you to validate and test a Drupal site. Inspecting your custom code allows you to adhere to coding standards and ensure that you stamp our common coding problems. Adding tests allows you to make certain that the functionality of your Drupal site works correctly.
This year's DrupalCon Europe was hosted between the 17th and 20th of October, in the French city of Lille. My DrupalCon adventure began early on Monday morning when Chris Maiden picked me up to drive to France via the EuroStar train. We arrived in Lille a little after 4pm, which was really good going for a nearly 400+ mile trip.
Drupal's modular system allows for all kinds of additions to be added to your site through plugins, entities and configuration.
Drupal is a great platform to create communities of users where you can allow users to create their own content and interact with each other. One way of keeping users engaged on the site is by letting them know when other users are interacting with content they have created.
Performing behavioural testing on a Drupal project allows you to make sure that all of your features work as they should do. This is especially important when you update code as this can introduce bugs that are otherwise time consuming or difficult to spot.