How we evolved as a web dev team in 2016 had everything to do with fluid, evolving technology and the need for teams to evolve their methodology as well.
Within the technology landscape, 2016 was a huge year — and not just for goliaths like Apple and Microsoft. Even for startups, Drupal agencies, WordPress agencies and app developers, this was a year that placed innovation and security on a high pedestal.
Looking to further enhance your WordPress website for 2017? Then you'll want to make use of our top five best WordPress plugins 2016.
WordPress continues to dominate the digital business landscape continuing to be the world’s most popular open-source content management system. It powers 26.8% of the worldwide web including over 60 million websites across every industry, from retail and manufacturing to legal services and real estate.
It’s been over a year since Drupal 8 was released to the world, and it’s safe to say the Drupal community has officially settled into the new features and improvements. Instead of spending their time getting to know the inner workings of Drupal 8, they can instead focus their energy on enhancing its functionality and utilizing the best Drupal 8 modules.
Drupal Versus WordPress: What’s Ideal For Your Business?
Drupal versus WordPress: Which should you choose? Both are the world's most popular content management systems, due to their flexibility, scalability and customization.
Open source is quickly becoming the go-to foundation for businesses of all sizes and scopes, from mom-and-pop shops to major brands to enterprise-level corporations.
The world of online web security is like an arms race, where the black hat hackers are constantly cataloging and looking for novel or even mundane exploits, while white hat defense specialists are implementing organizational processes that propagate best practices.
It is just simply beyond an individual website owner or website programmers’ resources to keep up with the entire arms race. But by adopting a platform like Drupal, you inherit a defense stance and process that can get you a leg up on the overall security situation.