We are thrilled to receive an #AcquiaEngage award in creating an excellent digital experience in Drupal, for our work on Lizzie Hodgson's project ThinkNation.co
Upon arriving I was welcomed to the office and settled in at a desk. Initially, I was tasked with exploring Drupal and what it could do. Acquia Dev Desktop was the first application I opened and after experimenting with some of the prebuilt sites I began to gather an understanding of Drupal and why it is used.
In July this year, Louis and I were invited to give a presentation at DrupalCamp Bristol on Decoupled (or Headless) Drupal. We talked about a few case studies, what the goals were, how we achieved those and what we had to take into consideration in doing so.
Alick's thoughts on this year's DrupalCamp Bristol.
In this final part of the trilogy, Alick looks at options other than WordPress and Drupal for a business CMS, before summarising how we go about making the right decision for clients at miggle.
In this part two of a three part post, Alick looks at few ways of making WordPress development more economical.
In this part one of a three part post, Alick looks at various considerations which come up when selecting a CMS for your business - particularly WordPress versus Drupal.
The journey of how at miggle, we developed a distribution based on Drupal 8 using composer for dependency management, features for config packaging and other tools along the way.
Ian's guide to working with Twig in Drupal 8.
The new configuration management system in Drupal 8 is great for code driven development and marks the end of managing configuration with features and strongarm.