While Fortune 500 brands, landscaping companies and technology organizations are very different, they all share a similar challenge: providing their end-users with consistent and engaging digital experiences on any device.
It seems like a no-brainer that websites today should be mobile responsive, but this can be a major overhaul depending on a company’s unique needs, combined with the capabilities of their existing CMS. Applied Materials, BrightView and Viavi all sought out open-source Drupal as a solution to their mobile demands.
Lightning provides developers with a lightweight framework for building advanced authoring experiences in Drupal 8. Developers gain a massive head-start when building great authoring experiences with Lightning, but it has not been a simple development roadmap. In this webinar, learn about some of the decisions we had to tackle, including:
Looking at core and contrib modules for Drupal 8, you may be wondering "where did the code go?". Drupal 8 has removed many of the "info" hooks that were found in your module file and converted them to plugins.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how plugins work and how to upgrade your module to Drupal 8 if it used one of the hooks that's been converted to a plugin. Topics covered will include:
Internet usage has exploded worldwide over the last decade. More than one third of today’s world population has internet access. In fact, as of 2014, the number of internet users worldwide was 2.92 billion, up from 2.71 billion in the previous year. This shows that the ability to provide fully translated content to users is more important than ever. Translated content can help you to better market your brand in new regions, and establish your website as an international authority on its subject matter.
Today’s technology landscape is riddled with constantly evolving web platforms, exciting new technologies, and stubborn legacy systems. It’s easy for business teams, who are rapidly creating content for these many sites and channels, to lose sight of what content is created and where it lives.
As a result, data and content are locked in back-end systems across organizations. And, because it’s difficult and expensive to connect technologies, teams end up wasting time and resources in efforts to publish that content on the web.