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03.10.2018DesignBusiness & PM
Nowadays, people spend more time than ever being glued to the screen, so they can see hundreds of different websites each month. Are they even engaged when most of the websites look the same? Does your website stand out from competitors and is a real attention-grabbing machine?
It’s been two years since the première of Drupal 8. We already got used to the differences between versions 7 and 8, and a lot of websites were created based on D8. Many Drupal 7-based websites are applications that use Drupal Commerce – an e-commerce module for Drupal. Many of the applications were set-up with the Commerce Kickstart distribution, which was based on this add-on. What’s the way to do it with D8?
Sometimes I find questions like the following one on Internet forums: “I want to build a website. Should I go with a standard CMS (such as Drupal), or develop a proprietary CMS?” I've been working with a large, custom CMS that was developed for quite a while, as well as in Drupal and I wanted to share my insights.
At the last DrupalCon in Nashville, you could hear a lot of interesting lectures. I have chosen ten lectures for you, which I consider to be one of the most interesting. You can find the entire playlist of DrupalCon lectures at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpeDXSh4nHjRRbzQW5D6PQVFPrTuh5y8m Below are some of the lectures you cannot miss.
DrupalEurope is this year’s largest European conference devoted to Drupal. In previous years, each edition of the conference (formerly known as DrupalCon) was attended by about 2000 participants. We already know the programme of the conference with 162 hours of lectures over the course of three days! I decided to go through the programme and make a list of 13 lectures that I think are worth seeing.