Responsive sites and adaptive sites are the same in the sense that they both change appearance based on the browser environment they are being viewed on. One of the major challenges in creating a web design is how to create one that has lasting value, at least for a planned period of time. It is more likely that a first time visitor/customer may not be familiar with your products or services. There are other possibilities that your visitor is in a real hurry, or they’re on an iPad, at a coffee shop. Or maybe they’re on some device for which a website hasn’t been planned yet.
Smart phones are all over the place and shoppers are going mobile, and this is what keeps developers on their toes to constantly update m-commerce technology. Needless to say, online marketers are keeping their eyes open for the latest advancements in m-commerce.
The launch of Drupal 8, Drupal’s latest and most versatile avatar, has generated a new kind of buzz amongst web development communities. Since Drupal 8 offers numerous, exciting ways of editing and publishing content to the World Wide Web, life is definitely going to be easy for users and developers.
The holiday season is getting closer and that is our excuse to go shopping or rather shop from the convenience of our home or office. The ease and efficiency of Smart phones are encouraging consumers to make use of mobile commerce services to pay their bills, make online purchases, book tickets and conduct banking transactions.
Over the years, the use of mobile devices have grown manifold, and people no longer use mobiles only to make and receive calls. In fact, mobile shopping has become a common phenomena for the modern shopper. The mobile has become man’s constant and reliable companion and assists us in many tasks, and consequently, the number of applications and functions on a smartphone have also increased.
India as a mobile market has evolved at a tremendous rate and has become a pretty prominent market for smart phones. Since mobile phones have invaded personal space in a big way, it is really no wonder that retailers have quickly sensed this opportunity and have made the right moves to grab attention.
The online e-commerce and retail websites are growing at a super fast rate and are evolving into better sites constantly. As consumers expect to get newer and better experiences every time they shop, the technology driving these sites too needs to be growing and evolving simultaneously too. This will ensure that the modern shopper is given a whole new shopping experience with every trip to the online store. In its latest version, Drupal 8 has made adequate changes and additions to its platform to elevate the engagement level with the consumer.
Every marketer and entrepreneur would be familiar with the fact that if you need to attract consumers to your products or services, your website has to be mobile-friendly. For, example you probably are now reading this article on your smart phone, gotcha!! Consumers love to browse products even in their spare time - I know I do! And every time consumers want to search products, they prefer to do it from their mobile phones, which offers more convenience.
Painting a picture or composing music is something we associate with creativity instead of website development. Even the job titles such as 'UX analyst', 'software developer' and 'Drupal developer' does not give readers an inkling of an idea that it is creative work. However, building websites and applications is a lot like a work of art; the final product should be a harmonious collection of information that not only appeals to but also captivates the viewers. It should appeal to the viewer’s aesthetic sense so that they will enjoy browsing through the website. It is also an art of getting into the mind of the user to place content in such a way that even a first time user can easily find what they want rather than being cumbersome to use the application.
At the heart of all Ecommerce sites, lies a powerful Content Management System, and therefore it is extremely important to choose the right platform. A Content Management System is a computer application that permits us to make changes to the Ecommerce website and publish the necessary changes. Since the CMS allows organization and modifications to the content, it is the core of your Ecommerce business in all respects.
The introduction of a brand new Drupal 8 is all set to give developers a powerful yet flexible foundation that promises a brilliant experience to users of the web, commerce, and mobile. Everyone who supports online content, whether you are an IT developer, content manager, decision maker, or a site administrator, is surely in for a wonderful digital showcase.
The introduction of Drupal 8 is sure to create a flutter in the web development circles; this latest version of Drupal, with cutting-edge features, is certainly promising some radical changes. Drupal 8, which embraces a variety of technologies including Symfony, Backbone, Twig, and YAML, is all set to create a revolution in the crowded CMS market.
Configuration management is the task of tracking and controlling changes in a website. Site owners often want to have deeper visibility and control over configuration changes for maintaining integrity and traceability throughout the lifecycle of a website.
With Drupal 8 just around the corner, every Drupal developer is in a nirvana of excitement and eagerness. Drupal keeps getting better and better every day and Drupal 8 will make website development and management a five-finger exercise, because this latest version of Drupal has included some amazing and potent Symfony components to serve the big businesses better.
Drupal 8 is bringing in numerous enhancements and features which will support editors in creating content on a day-to-day basis. The newest version of Drupal is set to bring a sea change in the entire experience of Content Authoring.
It would be an understatement to say that the implementation of HTML 5 in Drupal 8 is much-awaited. The introduction of HTML 5 is a big step for the Drupal community, as nowadays, with the proliferation of new-age devices, websites are no longer viewed only on desktops but in mobile phones, smart phones, and tablets.
Dries Buytaert, Founder and lead developer of Drupal CMS, set the tone for Drupal 8 in his Chicago Keynote back in 2011 when he said, “If I were to start Drupal from scratch today, I’d built it for mobile experiences first, and desktop experience second.” His vision has come true with the Drupal’s latest version, Drupal 8.0.0 RC (release candidate) due to be released on 19 November 2015.
Over the past few days, the web world has been going gaga over the impending release of Drupal 8. With it's fascinating array of features and improvements, the latest version of Drupal has literally taken the world by storm.
It’s been almost two and a half years since the launch of Drupal 7 and it has proved it's reputation as a reliable and stable platform that is being ably supported by some brilliant function expanding modules. Without resting on its past laurels, Drupal has decided to launch its latest version, the much awaited CMS, Drupal 8. With a fascinating array of features and improvements, Drupal offers a world of possibilities for developers, site builders, themers and marketers.