Blog

Blog posts about Drupal, web development, open source and agency business.

The Story of Agiledrop: Introduction

We've started a series of blog posts that tell the story of what makes our developers successful when working with other Drupal teams. The first chapter introduces our workflow and the advantages it brings.
Written by:
Domen
Published on: 14. 12. 2018

How to Create a Node in Drupal 8 using REST

In this post, I go through the steps involved in creating content (nodes) using RESTful web services in order to demonstrate their capabilities.
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 11. 12. 2018

What to say (or not to say) when selling Drupal

How to get to the bottom of what a client really wants when wanting a CMS? Does it want Drupal or WordPress or there is something more meaningful behind it? And valuable?
Written by:
Ales
Published on: 27. 11. 2017

Interview with our Commercial director Iztok

Iztok explains how he began his career as a developer in 2008 and what are his duties today. Learn how he makes sure to be always in touch with clients and the team.
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 24. 11. 2017

Top 5 reasons to use Drupal

Drupal has become one of the most popular CMS around the world. Do you want to know what are it's greatest benefits?
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 23. 11. 2017

Top 10 Drupal blogs

Let us represent you our favorite blogs.
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 21. 11. 2017

Business sessions from Drupalcon Vienna

Nowadays business in a complex and dynamic environment. Because of its uncertainness, it's never too late to listen to a good lecture. If you have missed any session from DrupalCon Vienna, let us highlight some of them to you. 
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 10. 11. 2017

Top Drupal blogs from October

The October is over, so it's time to present you top Drupal blogs written in October by other authors.
Written by:
Ana
Published on: 8. 11. 2017

Why should agencies focus on building ambitious websites

Dries Buytaert, the founder of Drupal, gave great session this year at Drupalcon Vienna. Watch the part where he talks about who is Drupal for. Instead of focusing on big and small websites, or SME and enterprise clients, Dries describes the type of a website Drupal is made for as ambitious. 

Written by:
Iztok
Published on: 3. 11. 2017

We are not here to replace your team

When decided to grow your in-house team of developers, one might face several challenges down that road. For all of them, it is possible to find a suitable and working solution.
Written by:
Ales
Published on: 30. 10. 2017