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Flashback: Creating PDFs in Drupal 8

With DrupalCon Global coming up, we’re reminiscing about some of our past presentations. Nashville is definitely in our top 5 list of best DrupalCon experiences. The conference was great, the city was beautiful, and the food was delicious! Our lead developer, Dan Hansen, gave a very informative presentation about creating PDFs in Drupal 8, and … Read More

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What to Expect With Drupal 9

The long-awaited Drupal 9 is here! Last year, we got the announcement that Drupal 7’s end of life is November 2021, and that is still true. November 2021 is over a year away, but it will be here sooner than you know it, which is why you should be thinking about how Drupal 9 affects … Read More

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Where Did All of My Users Go?

SEO can be a mysterious aspect of how your website operates. It is everchanging and hinges on so many other elements, both on your site and off. Did you optimize for keywords or did Google’s algorithm change…again? When your traffic drops, it can be disheartening and overwhelming to figure out where to start looking for … Read More

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Are You Ready for the California Consumer Privacy Act?

Online privacy has been at the forefront of users’ minds in 2019 with the GDPR, and this won’t change in 2020. In fact, companies should be thinking about how they can make their websites more transparent and safe for all users. Kicking off the new year, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into … Read More

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Is a Mobile Application Right for You?

It’s common knowledge that users spend most of their time on apps, and you may be asking yourself whether your company needs a mobile app as opposed to a web application. Before making a decision, it’s important to consider the pros and cons of each option. Furthermore, ruling out one over the other may not … Read More

Peak Performance with Synthetic Monitoring

As a development team, we have multiple applications running at the same time on multiple servers. It’s important to know how efficient a particular application is running in order to troubleshoot and improve. Slack offers many integrations that allow us to see in real-time how our projects perform. Another method is synthetic monitoring, which allows … Read More

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Should You Use a Static CMS?

This year at DrupalCon, we heard a lot about Gatsby.JS and static site generators. A hot topic, even DrupalCamp Atlanta is taking this topic into consideration with their keynote speaker, Gatsby.JS founder Kyle Mathews. Gatsby.JS is among the most popular static site generators, along with Hugo and Hexo.┬áThe difference between a dynamic and static CMS … Read More

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Continuous Value with an End-to-End Continuous Process

End-to-end continuous processes play a large role in Agile development. With a streamlined workflow that accounts for integration, testing, and deployment, development teams can get their products out to market more efficiently. The end-to-end continuous process includes three aspects: Continuous integration Continuous delivery and deployment Continuous testing Each level of the process can operate independently. … Read More

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Why You Need to Implement a Service Mesh

In our previous blog post, we introduced the not-so-new concept of a microservice architecture. This type of architecture allows developers to focus on one task of the application development process. Each service, or component of the application, works independently from each other. Furthermore, the process enforces scalability and quicker time to market. With this type … Read More

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Is a Microservice Architecture Right for You?

Every team has its own approach to finishing a project, whether it be an agile approach or a waterfall approach. However, the idea of microservices has become increasingly popular in the DevOps world. Simply put, in a microservice set up, each person on the team focuses on a single job or service. Together, each service … Read More

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