The new year brings summaries and resolutions. It was a special time at Droptica. There has been a lot going on in the company and we are proud of what we did in 2018. We want to share it with you! :) Five years of Droptica In February, we celebrated the company's fifth anniversary. We had every reason to celebrate!
Automate actions on your Drupal-based website. This will enable it to run even more independently from your input. Automated mailing, publishing new content at a specified time and redirects after meeting certain conditions are only some of the functionalities featured in the Rules module. Rules is a tool that enables you to define automatic, conditionally executed actions, triggered by various types of events.
Droopler 1.4 is now available and you can download it right now! Personally, I’ve been testing the 1.4-rc version on Droptica’s websites for a number of weeks and I can honestly say that the new version is a great improvement in terms of editing work. Finally, creating long and beautiful websites in Drupal is a simple and pleasant affair.
Page loading speed is one of these factors that attract more visitors. According to Google’s research, nine seconds difference in the page load speed can increase the bounce rate by 123 percent — doesn’t sound good, don’t you think? Find out how you can speed up your Drupal website.
15.11.2018Business & PM
Over the last few years, we could see business blogs popping up all over the internet. I bet most of your competitors run their own blogs, so you’re probably wondering whether to create one. Read on to find out why you should start a business blog.
06.11.2018Business & PMTechnology
The entry barrier in e-commerce is relatively low, which is confirmed by the fact that there are over 800,000 e-commerce websites in Europe alone. However, entering the industry comes with a great competition. So, what are the unique e-commerce challenges?
Training Realm offers unique fitness training routines. They asked us for an application for their users. Till now, training routines were posted as static pages and users had to calculate training days and remember results by themselves. The aim of the app was to make it easy for everyone to plan training days and progress automatically without having to remember about routines yourself.