Drupal #migration Drupal Content migration from XML Source. Some frameworks and CMS such as Wordpress, etc allow the data to be exported in XML format (or JSON format if certain extensions are available). And more often than not, we find another agency providing us with the XML data of the site which needs to be migrated to Drupal. In this post, we see how content can be migrated to Drupal from an XML source.
Drupal Drupal 8 Cache Context: An efficient way for context based caching.
Cache Context is basically a service that helps in creating multiple cached versions of something depending upon the context/request; be it a view, block or any other section on the page. Our main focus here would be how to define and use a custom cache_context according to our requirement.
The Drupal Cache API is used to store data that takes a long time to compute. Caching can either be permanent or valid only for a certain time span, and the cache can contain any type of data. To make websites faster Drupal stores web pages in a cache. Drupal
Drupal 9 is not being built on a new core, but rather in Drupal 8 itself. This means that new functionality will be added as backward-compatible code and experimental features. Drupal 8's biggest dependency is Symfony 3, Drupal 9 will be released using Symfony 4 or 5.
#flexbox #Webdesign #Websitedesign Writing CSS to create layouts in a traditional way using float, margin, padding, etc. are tedious and after the year 2009 is not recommended. Its is better to use Flexible box or Flexbox in short.
#drupal #drupal8 #Webdevelopment #migration Whether it is migrating from a Drupal 7 website to Drupal 8 or from any other technology (like Wordpress, Joomla, AEM, Sitecore, Typo3, DotNetNuke, etc) to Drupal 8, the most challenging task is the migration of the content. If we were to manually migrate this content, then it will call for a lot of manual effort. And that is never worthwhile and sometimes impossible.
#react #Reactjs #Webdesign #Webdevelopment Developed by Facebook and was released to the world in 2013. It is already powering the two most common social giant Facebook and Instagram and other companies like Uber etc. Recently Microsoft also adopted React to integrate user chat systems in their office products.
Having a business without a blog is no different than keeping your work a secret. Doesn’t sound like the best decision, does it? What goes into making your website resonate with your audience and truly bring out the best in your business?