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Drupal for Business

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Rich Lawson

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Headless Commerce for Drupal

For many businesses, eCommerce is an increasingly important trend. With the potential for frictionless and simple exchanges, doing business on the web has never been more appealing to customers. To make eCommerce work for your business, though, our site needs to be robust enough to handle every step of every transaction.

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What to do before PHP 7.1 reaches End-of-Life

Nothing lasts forever, and software is no exception. As new solutions are developed, support and updates for older versions eventually drop off. When this happens, sites still relying on outdated software face degraded performance and security risks. Staying ahead of this curve is crucial to maintaining a website. 

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The Great Gatsby.js

Earlier this fall, I attended BADCamp 2018, an annual celebration of open-source software. The conference was held in Berkeley, CA and featured four days filled with talks and training sessions about the latest tools to hit the open-source world.

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5 tips for writing a great RFP

In our work at Duo, we see a lot of RFPs. For those who don't know, an RFP is a request for proposal, and it basically is a document potential clients share with us that tells us about the type of work they're looking for. We look over the information provided in the RFP, and from that, we try to put together as detailed of a proposal as possible.

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Microsoft, GitHub and the Power of Community

When it comes to open-source platforms, I’ve always felt that one of the biggest assets is the community that comes with the platform. The ability to have passionate, dedicated individuals working together to further the development of a project — be it an individual module or a larger piece of technology — has always been inspiring to me.

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Drupalgeddon 2.0 & Drupal Security

A little more than one month ago, the Drupal Security team alerted the Drupal community that a necessary security update was on its way to fix a major vulnerability that put more than one million Drupal-run websites at risk.

Dubbed Drupalgeddon 2.0 for its potential severity, the patch was designed for Drupal Core and developed to put a stop to the bug before it could inflict much damage.

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Drupal and GDPR

There are four letters that have been on the minds of web developers recently.


GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, which are new regulations set to debut on May 25, 2018, that will limit what personal information websites

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Behind-the-scenes Look at Drupal 8 Initiatives

Ask anyone who has worked in the digital space, and they’ll tell you that technology moves quickly. Changes take place. Updates happen. It’s imperative to stay on top of the latest news and information about the technology you’re involved with, otherwise you’ll quickly fall behind, and your reputation will suffer.

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How to Make Flexible Landing Pages in Drupal

Drupal 8 is great for marketers. We’ve talked about a number of the platform’s benefits on this blog before, such as its in-place editing, BigPipe technology and API-driven structure, just to name a few. One thing we haven’t touched on much is one of the most important tools in a marketer’s arsenal: the landing page.

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