React is fantastic for building super fast and slick frontend applications. It is great for building UIs for complex data intensive backends. In this post, I will show how we used React to build a modern application for a Drupal7 system.
You can find many comparisons between popular CMS systems on the internet. Whenever Drupal is mentioned in them, it is always described with words like: safe, open, regularly updated. Today I'm going to explain why it has such an opinion. I will also present evidence that the level of security claimed by the Drupal community is not just empty words. Here are five reasons behind the Drupal's safety:
As always at this time of the year, we set our course on DrupalCamp London 2019. DrupalCamp London is the event most awaited by us. This year our team was somewhat bigger. Grzesiek and Maciek were joined by Jaro. As always, we had great expectations and thirst for knowledge – and as always, we were fully satisfied.
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.
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.
Drupal is an open-source platform that more than a million of people across the globe find useful for their content management purposes. They choose Drupal because of its flexibility, reliability, and security. However, not all of them know how to use it properly. Find out about the mistakes that Drupal beginners often make.
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.
After the deployment of our new websites – droptica.pl and droptica.com – in mid-2016, we decided to improve a few things related to content optimisation, page loading speed and SEO. At the end of the year, we carried out a technical SEO audit, which enabled us to detect a certain number of shortcomings. While at it, we decided to implement solutions recommended by Google.