I saw a post recently about another Drupal 8 site that got launched. It was Rainforest Alliance. Nothing special at first. But then, out of curiosity, I clicked on it and checked it. While I was admiring the impressive pictures of the forests, I suddenly remembered that over a month ago I read an article about city of Boston launching its website on Drupal. Then it hit me. Who are the »big names« that Drupal can show off to the world and say 'These are our most proud members'?
Mobile apps are known to handle offline world very good with their native apps capability, which can cache basically all the assets whereas web applications are falling behind, losing this battle. A lot of us cannot afford to create a dedicated mobile app. Therefore, we need to find some solution with what we already have.
Last time we guided you through early beginnings of Drupal. We explained how all started and how first versions of Drupal were made. This time we will look how this open-source content-management framework evolved from its fourth to its latest, eight version.
Drupal is one of the leading free and open-source content-management frameworks. It provides a back-end framework for at least 2.2% of all Web sites worldwide. But to establish itself at this level, Drupal overcome a long and painful path. We will therefore guide you through the early beginnings of Drupal and present you how everything started.
IoT is a way that everyday objects have the connection to the Internet, allowing them to receive and send data. Those things can actually be almost everything and we can already find them in many branches, like healthcare, energy, transportation, agriculture, in our household, etc.
Before I found myself in marketing, I was a journalist. I have written many blogs and other journalistic articles in my career. Practically all of them were written either on Drupal or in Wordpress. Ok, there were exceptions, when I was writing for the newspaper, but we are talking here about writing for digital platforms. When I stopped being a journalist, I found my way in content marketing, where my focus is still on blogs. Therefore, I will compare Drupal and Wordpress regarding content.
Gulp and Grunt, which were presented in our previous blog post both use Node.js. After Node.js Interactive Europe in the previous week, which was this year placed in Amsterdam, we decided that we will introduce you to Node.js. Especially that you will be better equipped with knowledge in front of the similar upcoming event in Austin, United States, which will be organized from November 29 to December 1.
As we said in one of our previous blog posts, Grunt and Gulp get, accidentally or not, mixed up very often. The confusion is therefore present on more occasions that we would have liked or cared to admit. To avoid any misconceptions we promised that we will present you the differences between the two. And our promise lies here, in front of you.
AGILEDROP has recently changed its tagline from "Drupal A-team" to "Trusted Drupal Teammates". Focusing on building the best team of Drupal experts is a default promise. Our vision is to step up and to be what our clients really need. Dependable teammates that are there, when they need them most.
Web developers are constantly looking for tools, which will optimize their work and make their lives as easy as possible. When they come to Gulp they often, accidentally or not, mixed it with Grunt. These two cause confusion all the time, but be careful, they are not the same. To avoid any misconceptions we present you Gulp and some of its differences with Grunt.