Blog /Drupal

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

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 a resource from 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?...

In the era of increasingly distributed architecture of applications and web portals, there is a need to provide flexible methods of authentication while maintaining convenience for the user. From this article, you will learn how to easily create an authentication server and client application in Drupal using OAuth2 and OpenID Connect.

Website statistical data is required knowledge if one wants to effectively manage the website, and thus – determine the directions for its further development. Thanks to numerous Drupal modules, you can make the necessary improvements also via integrations with Google Analytics. In this article, you will find information about the GoogleTagManager (google_tag) module, thanks to which you can conduct an effective and structured analysis of your website.

Google Analytics is, by far the most popular tool to track your web page visits, used by tens of millions of sites around the world. Integration with Google statistics is the most basic and essential function of every CMS, which means it is also available in Drupal – you can enable it with the google_analytics module.

Drupal can be configured to serve multiple websites from one codebase. Such a Drupal installation is called a multisite. The ability to use one Drupal to run multiple websites is great, but on the other hand, requires some considerations. In this article, I will discuss Drupal multisite in detail to give you an in-depth, complete understanding of how multisite works, why it is used, when it makes sense and when to avoid it

Recurring payments are gaining in popularity and are also increasingly used by well-known brands. You will find this type of a settlement model in Netflix, Spotify, or Apple Music, among others. Undoubtedly, they are convenient for e-business due to the regularity and timeliness of payments, full automation, and security. If you want to implement this method of collecting payments, I encourage you to read this article. You will learn how to do it in Drupal Commerce.

Drupal is being chosen as a platform for building websites, among other things, due to its flexibility. If you want a system ideally suited to your business model and better than the competition's systems, Drupal will prove to be perfect. One of the areas you can customise in Drupal is the user permissions system. Take a few minutes to learn about the permission management abilities of Drupal.

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