Drupal is a beast of a CMS. Its framework and backend architecture are solid, well-tested, and completely water tight.
Everyone knows that the performance of their own business is one of the most important aspects for its further development!
We recently received an enquiry from a Drupal customer of ours asking for our opinion as to why there is such a distinct difference between the drag-and-drop page builder offerings available for WordPress versus Drupal, and whether this was to do with an API limitation of Drupal.
It’s an age-old debate that’s been sweeping the web for the best part of the last 13 years (that’s how old WordPress is, by the way).
As a web developer, at times it can feel hard to stay productive. Read on for our top tips to hit productivity-draining behaviors on the head.
Apple’s Mac range has long been a topic of debate amongst the web development community.
It’s a proven fact—web users are impatient, and are becoming more so with each year that passes.
Many of us simply don’t have spare hours to spend catching up on multiple blogs and studies every week. This makes podcasts a great tool for web designers and digital entrepreneurs, as they bridge the gap between a constant lack of time, and learning new things.
It’s a great time for Drupal, with the impending release of Drupal 8 just days away (November 19, 2015, in case you didn’t get the memo).
The truth about shared hosting environments, is that while they certainly won’t put a dent in your pocket, they are simply not well-tuned for reasonable CMS performance.