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Drupal as a DXP
| 7 min read
Digital channels open up a world of possibilities for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), allowing them to reach wider audiences and better engage with customers. A Composable Digital Business Platform, especially a Composable Digital Experience Platform (DXP), provides the backbone for successful digital transformation. At the heart of a DXP lies a powerful Web Content Management System (WebCMS) that empowers you to create compelling content, seamlessly integrate tools, and deliver engaging experiences across all channels. Here are the essential attributes to consider when choosing your DXP's WebCMS foundation
Sample Schedule
| 11 min read
The digital landscape demands agility and foresight. With Drupal's revised release and support plan, users now have a reliable framework to stay ahead of the curve. Unpredictable release schedules often created uncertainty and complexity in maintaining Drupal-powered websites. However, those days are now behind us. Drupal has introduced a significant shift in its release and support strategy, empowering its users to confidently plan for the future and address challenges with newfound clarity. Let's explore what this means for the Drupal community
Digital Experience Platforms
| 7 min read
Modern websites have transformed significantly beyond static pages and basic interactivity. With the seamless integration of mobile and web technology, the goal is to offer immersive and dynamic digital experiences. This evolution is primarily driven by the demands of today's users, who expect a blend of intuitive design, personalized content, and cross-platform accessibility. As a result, the rise of Digital Experience Platforms (DXPs) is evident, aiming to interconnect various technologies to optimize user interactions and engagement.
Visualizing Drupal's Diverse Capabilities for Business Success
| 19 min read
Drupal isn't just a CMS anymore. It has evolved to become a central part of the larger digital experience platform ecosystem. Designed to cater to agile marketing and communication teams, its functionality extends far beyond a traditional CMS. It offers a vast array of capabilities, suitable for a wide range of digital projects, thereby showcasing Drupal's versatility. This article explores seven business requirements ideally suited for Drupal solutions.
Digital Asset Expiry Tracker - Configuration
| 6 min read
Asset Expiry Tracker is a tool designed for system administrators or project managers to effortlessly manage and track the expiry dates of critical services and assets, such as SSL certificates, domain names, and more. With Asset Expiry Tracker, admins can set personalized reminders, ensuring timely renewals and preventing potential service disruptions.
Webform Submission Workflow
| 5 min read
Adaptability and swift implementation of feature requests from business owners are important for successful digital ventures. When faced with the challenge of meeting the dynamic demands of the operations team and ever-changing business requirements, relying solely on native implementations can lead to prolonged deployment times and missed opportunities. Learn how we have leveraged no-code, low-code solutions and Drupal to quickly deploy a feature that made a media portal's lead management process efficient.
Back-To-Work program for women
| 10 min read
ICFOSS and Zyxware Technologies organized the 5th season of the "Back-To-Work" program for women, with the topic being "Building digital experiences with Drupal". As part of the event, The Director of Programs at the Drupal Association, Von R. Eaton, gave a presentation covering various aspects of Drupal, Drupal.org, and the Drupal Association, followed by a question and answer session with participants. The questions addressed topics such as the cost of Drupal, the necessary skills to work in the Drupal Association, mentoring opportunities, and payment for freelancers contributing to Drupal.