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Progressive decoupling is a compelling approach to building Drupal’s front end where content editors, site assemblers, and front-end developers all maintain contiguous experiences. This allows you to continue leveraging Drupal’s rendering system, while simultaneously using a JavaScript framework to power client-side interactivity and a richer user experience.

There are many different approaches to progressively decoupling Drupal, all with different pros and cons. This webinar will cover the different compelling approaches and some use cases of each, including:

The digital needs of the federal government are changing in response to rising citizen expectations. To meet these demands, agencies are increasingly looking to deploy public facing websites quickly and efficiently. In some cases, like Treasury Department’s 10-dollar bill site, they’re looking to deploy a small micro-site for marketing purposes. In others, they’re taking a more agile approach and using a small website to prove the model of open source and the cloud.

Personalization has become either a requirement or a near term plan for almost every marketing organization and is being used in digital experiences across all industries and verticals. Yet the promise of personalization often falls short because of the lack of a defined personalization strategy and expert execution.

The Workbench module suite is a key component to most Drupal 7 web sites. Providing revision management, personal editorial workspaces, and editorial access groups, the module suite provides a unified solution to common problems. Workbench was so popular in Drupal 7 that Acquia helped move it to Drupal 8 as part of the Module Acceleration Program. And now, Workbench Moderation is in Drupal 8.2 core as Content Moderation.

Enterprise marketing’s shift from push to pull based acquisition models has formally changed the way in which organizations interact with their consumers. With today’s buyers searching for purchase information online, companies generate content to be found first and, with 88%* of organizations leveraging content marketing, those that don’t risk undiscovery and fewer sales.