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.
In this post, we'll take a look at localization and explain why translation by itself is not enough. We'll also briefly discuss one website trend that is the same in all cultures and as such doesn't need to be localized.
We had a great talk with Suzanne Dergacheva, co-founder of the Canadian web agency Evolving Web and member of the Drupal Association Board of Directors. She's also involved in the Admin UX study and the Promote Drupal initiative, and is an active member of the Canadian Drupal community. Find out more about Suzanne in our interview.
We’re back with an overview of the blog posts we wrote last month. If there are some you particularly enjoyed, this is the perfect opportunity to revisit them, as well as catch up on the ones you might have missed.
Well, summer’s officially come to a close. We at Agiledrop were a little bummed about it and decided to try to do something to prolong it, even if just for a bit. To that end, here’s a recap of our favorite Drupal blog posts from the sunny August - we hope you enjoy it!
In a recent press release, TopDevelopers.co declared Agiledrop one of 2019’s best Drupal development firms in the world. With over 10 years of extensive Drupal expertise and several Acquia certified developers, we see this recognition as a true testament to the quality of our work, both with clients and within the Drupal community.
This time we talked with Greg Dunlap, pinball wizard and Lullabot's senior digital strategist. We spoke of how satisfying it is to work on interesting things with the right people, the importance of the Drupal Diversity and Inclusion initiative, and the close similarities between the Drupal community and Greg's local pinball community.
In our latest interview, Ricardo Amaro of Acquia reveals how his discovery of Drupal has enabled him to work on projects he enjoys and that make a meaningful impact. Give it a read to learn more about his contributions and what the Drupal community in Portugal is like.
At the start of every month, we gather all the Drupal blog posts from the previous month that we’ve enjoyed the most. Here’s an overview of our favorite posts from July related to Drupal - enjoy the read!
We had an amazing talk with the super friendly Maria Totova, a driving force behind the Bulgarian Drupal community, organizer of various educational events, avid speaker and co-founder of Drupal Girls. Have a read and learn more about her numerous interesting projects and her love for Drupal.