Stuff about Drupal Development


5 Reasons to Consider a Website Maintenance Plan

The team here Inclind tends to compare the process of building a website to building a house. Our crew has been building website “homes” for businesses and nonprofits for 20 years now and similar to the expectations of a modern house, websites today look a lot different from the those of 20 years ago. Another similarity — websites require ongoing support and maintenance to keep them looking good and functioning properly.

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Break Up With Your Closed-Source CMS Like AEM

We’ve seen it first-hand — marketing teams buried under cumbersome content management systems yet fearful of making the move to a content management system (CMS) that will better serve them. The concern of a lengthy time frame and intense level of effort to migrate to a more suitable platform can prevent teams from achieving their digital marketing goals. The thought of a long, drawn out replatforming can evoke sheer dread. But guess what...we are here to tell you that making a move from a closed source CMS like Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) can actually be completed efficiently, within a reasonable time frame and without a whole lot of pain.

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Increase Engagement with a Customer Portal

Are you thinking beyond your Drupal website just being, well, a website? If your website simply functions as an internet brochure for your business, there are ways to leverage your website’s platform to improve engagement with your customers or simplify processes to make communication easier.

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Weighing the Benefits of Open Source Over Proprietary Content Management Solutions

Here at Inclind, it’s no secret that we’re crazy-big fans of the superhero-like software and content management systems provided by Drupal and WordPress. But we thought we’d point out why we feel open source software (OSS) is a much more viable option for businesses over proprietary, or closed source, software. And we’ll show you first-hand how we proved the benefits of converting from proprietary to open source with the Beebe Women’s Health website.

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Going Headless and Leveraging the Power of Decoupled Drupal to Create Powerful Web Applications

You might have heard the terms decoupled Drupal or the more sinister sounding headless Drupal - but what the heck does that mean? Basically, you can use the powerful Drupal 8 CMS with custom front-facing website that stands alone as opposed to having the theme and backend powered solely by Drupal.

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