At this point we finished with our introduction to Drupal. We looked at various languages and technologies used in Drupal. We then had a high-level overview of the Drupal architecture followed by an examination of some key Drupal concepts, such as users, blocks, and nodes. From there we moved on to developers tools, learning about a few utilities that can expedite Drupal JavaScript development.

This chapter has been introductory in nature, and has been light on code. In the next chapter we'll make a practical turn, focusing on writing Drupal-centric JavaScript code. There, we will build our first JavaScript project.

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