We're very excited to share some details with you about our next Amazee Webinar where we'll discuss Atomic Design in Drupal with GraphQL & Twig.
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So here we are, post-Drupal Europe 2018. Talks have been given, BOFs attended, way too much coffee and cake have been consumed, and now I’m tasked with summarizing the whole thing.
Tim shares the highlights of the fifth and final day of Drupal Europe, with us.
Vijay tells us about the fourth day's highlights in Darmstadt, Germany.
Mustapha tells us about the third day's highlights in Darmstadt, Germany, and some exciting announcements!
Maita tells us about the second day's highlights in Darmstadt, Germany!
Stew gives an account of the first day's events in Darmstadt, Germany: team bonding, furniture assembling, and community.
Drupal Europe is coming up in Darmstadt September 10-14. Let me walk you through my favorite aspects of the conference.
Amazee Labs partnered with Rotary International to overhaul their online giving platform. We’ve already talked about the What/Why in various case studies and went over the UX and design workflow. In this blog post, I’ll go over the technical aspects of how we used React, Drupal and RaiseNow to create a customizable widget for accepting donations that can be used across all of Rotary’s web properties.
With GDPR in full effect, sanitization of user data is a fairly hot topic. Here at Amazee we take our clients and our clients’ clients privacy seriously, so we have been investigating several possible approaches to anonymizing data.
In the Drupal world, and the PHP world more generally, there are several options available. Here, though, I’d like to discuss one we think is particularly cool.