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Building multifunctional websites and web applications is hardly an easy task. We support ourselves in this process with various programming languages and tools.

We are the largest and best-known company dealing with creating and supporting Drupal-based websites in Poland. Our areas of expertise also include Symfony, PHP, ReactJS and front-end development. In our endeavours, we also use a variety of other software solutions, such as PHPStorm, Jenkins and Docker.

We are happy to share our experiences, describing the process of work on building and developing websites and applications at Droptica. Thanks to SCRUM and the right tools such as Slack and Jira, we ensure seamless communication between the team and the client. We systematically improve or change the software we use in order to automate repetitive actions and speed up the development work.

You can learn more about the ins and outs of our work thanks to our extensive blog articles, or you can find out what benefits we can offer you thanks to our Case Studies.

Testing on multiple browsers is a must nowadays. But is it worth automating these tests? We should definitely consider this. The following article may help you make that decision. I will show you how to minimize the disadvantages and how to use the advantages of this solution. You will learn how to set up such types of tests in Codeception and where to get the browsers you want to use in the tests.

A Drupal multisite is an installation which allows us to use one codebase to serve multiple websites. In this post I will explain in detail how Drupal multisite works, what approaches can be taken to set up a multisite installation. I will also explain some of the settings that may be important for a multisite which are not applicable when we build just one website on Drupal.

Nowadays we have social media everywhere, so having the ability to share content on your website is essential. By default Drupal doesn’t provide social media sharing buttons out of the box. However, when delivering Drupal services, we use modules that can help with this. The most popular solution is the AddToAny module.

PHP is an interpreted programming language, which has long struggled to improve its performance, which was particularly bleak in comparison to other competing programming languages used in web development. Among what is new in PHP 8, the JIT compiler deserves special attention, as it was officially included in the latest version. Will this step be an actual breakthrough, or nothing but a blip, an interesting addition to the language? Let's see what real benefits it can bring and whether it will bring any real-world improvement of the performance of your application.

Drupal Commerce is a whole ecosystem thanks to which an online store can be constantly expanded. On drupal.org – the website where the Drupal community provides its solutions under the Open Source license – some modules can improve online sales depending on your individual needs. Below, I present nine examples of commerce modules that can be extremely helpful in everyday store management.

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