One presentation at this years Front Conference especially stood out to me. „The HTML Treasure Hunt“ by the charismatic and profanity-loving Bruce Lawson. Let's talk about it.
A headless content management system alone is not yet a website. A Kubernetes cluster cannot deploy anything on its own. It is only when architecture, code, tools, processes and people are allowed to interact that the adjustments made to the content in the CMS trigger an update in the statically generated website.
It is high time we take a closer look at the environmental footprint of digital services. This is not a new issue, but one that is becoming more relevant in the current situation as the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an explosion of data traffic volumes.
Drupal 9 is here. Josef Daberning, Senior Consultant at Unic, summarises some arguments in the blog post that speak for Drupal as a web framework.
How smart are content management systems? And what do you need to do to reap the benefits from it? We looked behind the marketing facade and put Sitecore Cortex to the test.
Great API mocking can make testing easier and reveal UI and UX problems early in a project. Because we weren’t happy with current services and libraries, we’ve built a new service to fulfil our needs. You can check it out over here – it’s called FakeQL.
How can Scrum values such as cross-functionality, self-organization or iteration improve not only software quality but also teamwork? In this article Oliver Burkhalter gives an insight into his experiences with Scrum & Co.