Version 10 of the Angular framework was released at the end of June, and this means our recap of June’s top Angular blog posts is bound to feature some good ones. Give it a read and make sure you didn’t miss any of them!
Kicking off with the highly anticipated and groundbreaking WCEU 2020, the project’s most expansive virtual event so far, June was another exciting month for WordPress. Check it out and revisit some of our favorite WordPress-related blog posts written in June.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some different terms related to experience in the digital landscape: Customer Experience, User Experience and Digital Experience. We'll explain each of them, discuss the differences and connections between them, and provide a short glossary of useful terms.
This month’s recap is focusing on the release of Drupal 9 - because it is getting closer - and, of course, on different views on digitalization. We could say without a doubt that in the past month a lot of businesses learned the benefits of an on-line world in a hard way.
It’s been a long and - probably - very different month. We all have probably learned a lot and hopefully discovered some new opportunities; on one hand, a lot of companies have likely realized that they underestimated the power of digitalization, meanwhile on the other hand some companies identified where in the on-line process they could do even better.
A co-founder of PreviousNext and a member of the Drupal Association Board of Directors, Owen Lansbury is a key figure in the Drupal world, with his company also largely responsible for the mass adoption of Drupal in the Australian government. Find out more about Owen's journey with Drupal in our interview.
I spoke with Ivana, our super capable project manager, who was happy to talk about her efficient process of juggling multiple development teams and client-side stakeholders, and offer some tips and tricks on successfully tackling it all.
We’re past the middle of April now and we’re still waiting for our lives to return to normal (whatever that will look like when the dust settles). Luckily, working from home doesn’t prevent us from reading and producing interesting development-related content - here's a recap of the top Angular blog posts from March.
We recently spoke with Jonathan Wold, Community Lead for WooCommerce at Automattic. Taking into account the current situation with COVID-19, we focused our discussion on how WordPress and other tech communities have been affected, and how event organizers and community members in general should act in such times of crisis.
With the release of Drupal 9 drawing nearer and nearer, there’s been a plethora of Drupal 9 readiness posts recently. With this in mind, you can expect to see several of these make it to our recap of the top Drupal blog posts from March - read on to find out which!
We hope you’re all staying safe and enjoying your (for some) new-found work from home experience. If you’re looking for some good WordPress-related reads while you’re stuck at home, here’s a recap of some of last month’s top WordPress blog posts.
Covid-19 was a great surprise to all of us; it hit us from nowhere and we don't know for how long it'll be here. And this bring new business challenges: how to communicate in times of crisis, how to rethink our strategies and how to we even find new opportunities? We have made a round-up of interesting and inspirational blog posts that you'll probably find useful in these hard times.
Our first Business Leaders interview features Tiffany Farriss, CEO of the digital consultancy Palantir.net. We spoke with Tiffany about the power of the Drupal CMS and being digital native, and discussed the current global crisis and how it necessitates a shift in the way we approach remote work.
In this post, we'll discuss the most important element to an agency partnership: communication. We'll explain why it's so essential, provide examples of good and bad communication practices, and finish with some tips for more effective communication with partners.
In this post, we’ll clear up some confusion around the two front-end frameworks Angular and AngularJS. We’ll explain some key differences between them and present some considerations that will help with the decision of which one to choose for you applications.