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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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.
We will host the next Durpal Meetup at our Amazee Labs offices in Zurich on 11 July.
In this series we’ll take a closer look at progressive decoupling in Drupal 8. We’ll go through the project setup, check the tools and libraries and discuss potential applications. Let’s start with the definition.
We recently relaunched the updated front-end for Zürich Tourismus. In this blog post, I want to highlight some user experience improvements that we added to the existing Drupal 7 website using React. Enter the Zuerich.com filter pages.
A few days ago I was fortunate enough to attend ReactFest, a conference/festival organized by the React community in London. From an awesome and diverse speaker lineup to a well laid out venue, the end result made more than one happy attendee declare that it was the best conference they had ever been to.
As mentioned in my previous post, I’ll be sharing the videos of the various talks by Amazees at Drupal Camp Cape Town 2017, over the upcoming weeks.
The mission of the Rotary Foundation is to enable members worldwide (Rotarians) to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
If you push yourself enough with the right amount of motivation, you can achieve more - this notion, along with a lot of curiosity, is what got us through the journey of learning React and helped us to continuously improve the code as we worked on getting the Cape Town Drupal Camp website up and running.
Building an app that displays a list of articles in Drupal in the traditional way is a straightforward task - meaning that we use Drupal for everything: backend configuration and data storage as well as frontend (usually twig in Drupal 8).
However, doing the same thing in a decoupled configuration, where we use for example Drupal for backend and data storage, and React as frontend, is not that easy.
To help you with this, this blog post aims to show how you can successfully build that.