OpenSense Labs: Filling your Organization’s Traffic Canvas with the Colors of CRO.
Filling your Organization’s Traffic Canvas with the Colors of CRO. Vasundhra Sat, 02/09/2019 - 13:29 Ever attended an art gallery and witnessed how modern artists use canvas to speak their thoughts? By looking at the art and paying attention to their creation a lot of “Ohhs” and “Ahhs” and expressions of awe with wonder tells us whether it has sufficiently aroused the engagement or not. But at the core of this practice, the whole idea of thinking an endless number of ways in which visitors attend an art gallery always sustain in the mind of an owner.  More visitors means more conversions, which results in better progression.  Customer experience and engagement - 2 things thrived by every art gallery owner. Right?
Today most marketing teams are structured to drive traffic towards websites that seek to generate traffic and hopefully even more profit.  Yes, it might be an oversimplification of the trend, but that’s the standard marketing playbook. That’s where Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) comes in.  But, What exactly is CRO? Let's discover.  Everything about CRO In internet marketing, conversion optimization, or conversion rate optimization is a system for increasing the percentage of visitors to a website that converts into customers, or more generally, takes any desired action on a webpage. The whole process involves understanding how...
Craft of Coding: Drupal on OpenShift: Deploying your first Drupal site
Learn how to deploy your first Drupal 8 site on OpenShift. We saw the business value of running OpenShift in the last post. Now we will look at how to build and deploy your first Drupal 8 site on OpenShift. Docker vs OpenShift First, we have to understand the relationship between Docker containers and OpenShift. […] The post Drupal on OpenShift: Deploying your first Drupal site appeared first on Craft of Coding.
Lullabot: Announcing the New Lullabot.com
Welcome to the latest version of Lullabot.com! Over the years (since 2006!), the site has gone through at least seven iterations, with the most recent launching last week at the 2019 Lullabot team retreat in Palm Springs, California.
wishdesk.com: Drupal JSON:API 2.x module: new release to build high-performance APIs
Drupal 8 is known for extensive third-party integration opportunities it gives to websites. One of the tools for this is the contributed Drupal module JSON:API. It helps developers build high-performance APIs for various purposes, including multi-channel content or decoupled Drupal and JSON API setups (which is one of our Drupal team’s areas of expertise). This winter has seen a new release — Drupal JSON:API 2.x. Let’s take a look at what the module does, what makes it useful, and how it has changed in the 2.x version. JSON:API: principle and benefits JSON API is a specification, or a set of rules, for REST APIs. It defines how data is exchanged between the server and the client in the JSON format. This includes how the client request the resources, how the are fetched, which HTTP methods are used, and so on. 
OpenSense Labs: DeGov is here for all the Government websites
DeGov is here for all the Government websites Vasundhra Fri, 02/08/2019 - 11:13 Today, our interactions with the digital world have surpassed the human interactions so much that the need for the user interface to be appealing and friendly plays an important role in terms of progression.  Government websites are no different. The first connection which they have with their citizens is more likely to be an engaging website. One of the most essential tools for meeting the needs of your people or citizens.  So, it has to be the best. Right?
Creating a functional website with easy navigation not only help officials do better in connecting with their constitutes but also ensures that the public stays well informed all the time.  Drupal is one such platform which helps you achieve all of this in one go.  How is Drupal in Government sector performing?   Drupal is gaining popularity in government sector all over the world. The solidity and flexibility of the platform is the primary reason why the government is moving its online portals to Drupal. Government websites like the white house, Federal IT Spending Dashboard, Data govt. has specifically chosen Drupal for its efficiency. The reason why most of the govt. Websites are choosing Drupal over any other platform is also due to the facts that it is: Secure Drupal has an excellent track record when it...
Lullabot: Lullabot Podcast: Developing the latest version of Lullabot.com
Matt and Mike talk with the team that just pushed the button on the new Lullabot.com. 
ARREA-Systems: Coil
Coil Web monetization service is a browser API which allow creation of (micro) payments between the reader (user agent) and the content provider (website). This is one way of getting paid for valuable content. Today Coil is providing web monetization service using Interledger protocol (ILP). We have built a simple module to integrate coil monetization with Drupal website: Simple settings to add payment pointer is demonstrated in this video:   Your browser does not support the video tag.     Read more about CoilAdd new comment6 views
Drupal blog: Drupal helps rescue ultra marathon runner
This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog. I'm frequently sent examples of how Drupal has changed the lives of developers, business owners and end users. Recently, I received a very different story of how Drupal had helped in a rescue operation that saved a man's life. The Snowdonia Ultra Marathon website In early 2018, Race Director Mike Jones was looking to build a new website for the Ultra-Trail Snowdonia ultra marathon. He reached out to a good friend and developer, Rob Edwards, to lead the development of the website. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits Photography Rob chose Drupal for its flexibility and extensibility. As an organization supported heavily by volunteers, open source also fit the Snowdonia team's belief in community. The resulting website, https://apexrunning.co/, included a custom-built timing module. This module allowed volunteers to register each runner and their time at every aid stop. A runner goes missing Rob attended the first day of Ultra-Trail Snowdonia to ensure the website ran smoothly. He also monitored the runners at the end of the race to certify they were all accounted for. Monitoring the system into the early hours of the morning, Rob noticed one runner, after successfully completing checkpoints one and two, hadn't passed through the third checkpoint. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits...
Specbee: Drupal 8 websites in a Flash - 5 reasons to choose Acquia Lightning
Drupal 8 gives developers and content authors full flexibility to shape their websites and applications that meets their vision. It is packed with thousands of powerful features that requires to be able to support a wide variety of content-rich applications. Acquia Lightning is a lean, ready-to-use starter-kit that encompasses just the tools needed to develop and manage your enterprise-grade digital experiences. Lightning is built specifically to empower your marketing and editorial teams to build better, easier and faster. Here are 5 reasons why choosing Acquia Lightning could be a great decision for your organization’s editorial and content teams.
Agiledrop.com Blog: Druplicon.org: In Search of the Lost Druplicon
In this post, we present the story behind druplicon.org, a site for exploring the various different versions of the well-known Drupal logo. READ MORE
Dries Buytaert: Drupal helps rescue ultra marathon runner
I'm frequently sent examples of how Drupal has changed the lives of developers, business owners and end users. Recently, I received a very different story of how Drupal had helped in a rescue operation that saved a man's life. The Snowdonia Ultra Marathon website In early 2018, Race Director Mike Jones was looking to build a new website for the Ultra-Trail Snowdonia ultra marathon. He reached out to a good friend and developer, Rob Edwards, to lead the development of the website. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits Photography Rob chose Drupal for its flexibility and extensibility. As an organization supported heavily by volunteers, open source also fit the Snowdonia team's belief in community. The resulting website, https://apexrunning.co/, included a custom-built timing module. This module allowed volunteers to register each runner and their time at every aid stop. A runner goes missing Rob attended the first day of Ultra-Trail Snowdonia to ensure the website ran smoothly. He also monitored the runners at the end of the race to certify they were all accounted for. Monitoring the system into the early hours of the morning, Rob noticed one runner, after successfully completing checkpoints one and two, hadn't passed through the third checkpoint. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits Photography Each runner carried a mobile phone with them for emergencies. Mike...
Drupal helps rescue ultra marathon runner
I'm frequently sent examples of how Drupal has changed the lives of developers, business owners and end users. Recently, I received a very different story of how Drupal had helped in a rescue operation that saved a man's life. The Snowdonia Ultra Marathon website In early 2018, Race Director Mike Jones was looking to build a new website for the Ultra-Trail Snowdonia ultra marathon. He reached out to a good friend and developer, Rob Edwards, to lead the development of the website. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits Photography Rob chose Drupal for its flexibility and extensibility. As an organization supported heavily by volunteers, open source also fit the Snowdonia team's belief in community. The resulting website, https://apexrunning.co/, included a custom-built timing module. This module allowed volunteers to register each runner and their time at every aid stop. A runner goes missing Rob attended the first day of Ultra-Trail Snowdonia to ensure the website ran smoothly. He also monitored the runners at the end of the race to certify they were all accounted for. Monitoring the system into the early hours of the morning, Rob noticed one runner, after successfully completing checkpoints one and two, hadn't passed through the third checkpoint. © Ultra-trail Snowdonia and No Limits Photography Each runner carried a mobile phone with them for emergencies. Mike...

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