10.05.2019
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
Migrations are not always a walk in the park and, as we have already seen in previous articles, they may need a lot of planning. If we are talking about moving from big versions (namely Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 to Drupal 8), just talking about infrastructure can cause you to start to sweat. Even in Drupal itself, the truth is (or was until recently) migrations were not fully stable and they could give you more than a headache. On top of that, building the local…
23.04.2019
Posted by Theresa Anderson
Personalization is often associated with one-to-one customer experiences. But personalization doesn’t mean delivering a unique message to each individual customer. In fact, most customers just want to see content that is relevant to them and adds value. So there’s no need to create custom content for each customer. But you do need to start understanding what’s relevant and valuable to each of your customers. Right now, you’re probably sending the same message to the…
10.04.2019
Posted by Alex Moreno Lopez
I've been interested for some time in this whole idea of decoupling Drupal and decoupled architectures: collecting links, ideas, videos, and anything that I considered useful. Here is my list. I hope you find something useful, maybe not :-). Question: Decoupling Drupal… Wait, What? Why? When? In a few words, decoupling is good because: It unleashes cutting edge front-end technologies. This is important because these front-end technologies are constantly accelerating…
04.04.2019
Posted by Sibu Stephen
Pattern Lab with Drupal CMS What is Pattern Lab? As we encounter many frameworks and languages around us, we observe some of the basic "object oriented" and "design patterns" principles and rules being implemented. For example, there's “inheritance,” which is inheriting the property of one component or module and extending it, making it reusable across our application. "Decoupled" architecture is another principle, where in each component is independent of other…