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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?

Efficiently running a Drupal website involves more than just content updates and design tweaks. Understanding application monitoring within the Drupal ecosystem is critical to maintaining web page performance and ensuring a seamless user experience. In this guide, you’ll learn about the importance of monitoring, and highlighting key metrics and practical tools.

The Splash Awards recognize the best Drupal projects. The event is an example of another unique initiative in the Drupal community. After all, the competition is meant to acknowledge not only developers but also clients’ websites. At the same time, the Splash Awards itself can be organized by anyone who wishes to promote the venture in their country. Let's see how this year's Dutch edition, which Droptica is a silver sponsor, promises to be.

Website migration is, for many people, changing to a new website. However, it’s worth understanding what this activity actually entails. It's not just switching or updating a CMS but also a process that can significantly affect the web page's performance, security, and alignment with modern standards. In this article, we’ll focus on the general approach to migration, but we’ll use Drupal as an example to provide a comprehensive perspective on the topic.

Effective integration of different systems in a company today is an elementary factor for success. In a world of dynamic technologies and IT tools, Drupal stands out because it’s a constantly evolving open source software with the support of a large community. With its flexible structure of modules written in PHP and the ability to use tools such as Composer, Drupal becomes an ideal solution for integrating various programs in an organization.

Did you know that a website on Drupal 7 can carry potential risks in the long run? Due to technological advances and changing security standards, outdated platforms are becoming less effective and more vulnerable. Upgrading to a newer version of Drupal is not just a matter of modern design but, more importantly, security and functionality. Here are some reasons why you should make this decision sooner rather than later.

The conference season is slowly winding down, but one major point is still on the horizon – DrupalCon 2023. This year's European edition of this educational event will take place in Lille, France, from October 17th to 20th. Let’s take a closer look at this gathering and see why it’s a must-attend occasion for anyone interested in Drupal.

The long time to build a system is often pointed out as a drawback of using Drupal in web development. However, creating complex websites using this technology doesn’t have to be time-consuming at all. In this blog post, I’ll present you with a list of modules and tools that clearly reduce the time to build systems on Drupal.

The world of technology is constantly evolving - striving to create new solutions and improve the old ones. Consequently, the life cycle of any software sooner or later reaches its inevitable end. Such a fate awaits the distinguished and still popular Drupal 7 with the end of its official support by the developers. This is the perfect moment to recall the novelties it brought in relation to the previous versions and shed some light on what's next.

Site speed is crucial, particularly nowadays, when modern websites are more dynamic and interactive. The traditional approach of serving pages is notably inefficient in this context. Numerous techniques exist to achieve optimal performance, and one such method is the BigPipe technique, originally developed at Facebook. The good news is that the BigPipe module, which incorporates the same functionality, has been integrated into Drupal 8 core since version 8.1.

As active members of the Drupal community, we can’t miss the upcoming chance to meet developers and fans of this CMS in Vienna, Austria. And the opportunity can’t be better - several days of contributing to Drupal, listening to insightful presentations, and participating in Birds of a Feather sessions, which everyone can join and propose their ideas to discuss. Let’s look deeper at some of the points of the rich program of Drupal Dev Days.

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