The best frontend technologies for your decoupled Drupal architecture

01/15/2021 - 10:16
If we travel back to the time, we can assuredly see Drupal as a common factor in every other website. That is to say, websites that were built in the past used Drupal as an end solution to create, store, and display content in a seamless manner for end-user consumption. However, things are not the same as they used to be a few years back.  Now, coming back to the present, the world we live in is… Read more

The Role Of Frontend Developers To Help Close The Gap Between Development And Design Teams

10/30/2020 - 10:33
If you have worked with a designer, you probably have heard them complain a lot about giving feedback to developers to correct font sizes, spacing, or layout aspects. This can lead to a weakening of trust between developers and designers. Developers are often misunderstood on being ignorant about the details given by the design team.  For instance, after a designer has spent their time working… Read more

Divide or Join: The Frontend Backend Dilemma

09/27/2019 - 16:08
With the advent of new technologies, rapidly evolving coding standards and improved infrastructures have led to the evolution of web development tactics and strategies. The medium that facilitates successful web development by keeping the various pieces together is termed as a web application architecture. Frontend and Backend are the two main subparts of a web application architecture.  One of… Read more

2019 Guide to Improving Frontend Performance in Drupal

12/07/2018 - 14:00
In his book Frontend Architecture for Design Systems, Micah Godbolt from Microsoft states there are four pillars of frontend architecture.   These four pillars are: Code - how to approach the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript of a design system  Process - processes for constructing an efficient and error-proof workflow Testing - creating a stable foundation on which your site is built and… Read more

Rem vs Em vs Px | When to use these units

04/30/2018 - 15:12
Your content is the foundation of your inbound marketing. Miss the point, and you may increase your bounce rate. While the kind and quantity of the content is the key, knowing how to place and organize your content on a website is also important. In this marketing race, typography is the presentation of your work. Other than your writing style the font type, size, color,  bold, italic,… Read more
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