If you’re about to embark on a CMS website project, now is the time to consider whether you might benefit from an approach that decouples your CMS from your website. In this post, we assess the pain points of tightly-coupled Drupal that led us to adopt a decoupled approach. Traditionally, building a Drupal site goes like this: Download and install Drupal.
Last week, Pixo launched an exciting new website, DigitalLearn. org, created for and led by the Public Library Association (PLA), and launched in conjunction with a national digital literacy campaign by the Ad Council for EveryoneOn and Connect2Compete (a national nonprofit on a mission to eliminate the digital divide for all Americans). The goal of DigitalLearn.
Now that we’ve returned from the March DrupalCon in Denver and had a chance to reflect, we’ve pulled together this unofficial roadmap to Drupal 8. Here are the top things you need to know about Drupal’s next big evolution. Mobile-Friendly and Responsive The biggest change coming in Drupal 8 is the built-in support for mobile.
Drupal 7 was released in January 2011, but is it ready for your next project? In the last few months, usage of Drupal 7 has finally started to tilt higher. After all, the Drupal community put its weight behind the #D7CX pledge. This community effort was designed to make sure all the popular modules would have a public release on the same day as Drupal 7 itself was released.