Blog /Drupal

Drupal is a great ecosystem. By choosing it, you get access to a number of additional opportunities that coexist with it.

On the blog, we describe specific solutions that can be implemented as part of Drupal, give examples of Drupal websites as inspiration. You will read about the benefits of open source and the resources of a huge community. You will also learn why Drupal is characterized by high security standards.

Did you know that every twentieth website built on the CMS system on the Internet is built on Drupal?

When creating websites on Drupal, as developers, we should try to make our job easier. Managing modules, users, generating code – all these processes can be automated and performed with single commands. In this article, we'll take a look at the tools available and discuss them, giving specific examples of use.

Drupal is one of the most popular content management systems for websites today. Part of the natural cycle in the life of any software are regular updates and development, as well as the creation of newer versions. We bring it up because the 10th version of the Drupal system is coming, and with this article, we want to provide you with a closer look at it.

Standardization has a positive effect on any business. There are certain coding standards in the software industry that are needed for successful software development. Coding standards are a set of rules and good practices that make code more legible and easier to develop. In this article, we’ll present what standards are used to create Drupal projects. We will show you the basic aspects that are worth paying attention to and the tools that make work easier.

Happy birthday, Drupal! It’s been 21 years since the release of the first stable version of our favorite open source content management system. With each subsequent year, it allows for creating more and more complex, modern, and responsive websites for companies of all sizes. Let’s take a look at Drupal possibilities over the years, the projects it's been used for, and the planned functionalities.

Choosing the right hosting on which we’ll place the website or application is the first very important decision that we need to make. Many aspects of the functioning of a web page may depend on it. There are many hosting services, and each one may provide a lot of content management systems (CMS) such as Drupal, which is one of the best solutions of this kind.

For laying out content on a website, Drupal standardly uses a single body field that takes advantage of the WYSIWYG capabilities and is available immediately after installation of the CKEditor. This solution is easy to use but not flexible enough to be suitable in every case. For more advanced layouts, we can use the functionality prepared by the community in the Paragraphs module.

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