Drupal, the open-source content management system (CMS), is used by a wide array of websites ranging from government portals to universities, and corporate giants to celebrity sites. Let's dive into some of the popular websites that have utilized the power of Drupal to build their online presence. (Validated as of August 30th, 2023)
In the evolving landscape of software development, understanding the quality and maturity of code is essential. While the journey from writing your first line of code to mastering the art of programming can seem daunting, it can be broken down into understandable steps or levels. In this post, we'll delve into five distinct levels of coding that serve as milestones in a developer's growth.
If asked about the quintessential element in Drupal, my immediate response would be the "Entity". It's the heartbeat of Drupal, its foundational concept. However, despite their prevalence, coding a new Custom Entity often poses a challenge for many, whether they're beginners or experienced Drupal developers. The web overflows with guides on the topic, but successfully crafting a complete entity remains elusive for most.
At WeebPal, our approach to web development for direct business owners is both methodical and personalized. We believe that a well-defined process not only ensures a successful project outcome but also fosters a meaningful relationship with our clients. Here's an insight into our step-by-step web development process
In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, effective project management and a client-centric approach are crucial for the success of web development projects. WeebPal's unique Agile approach ensures that Drupal projects with agencies not only meet but exceed client expectations. Here's a deep dive into our modus operandi.
As the digital landscape evolves, the demand for skilled Drupal developers continues to rise. At WeebPal, we believe in cultivating our own talent, shaping passionate individuals into proficient Drupal experts. Let's take a journey through our comprehensive training and development program, designed to empower our team members to excel in the world of Drupal.
This blog is showing how we migrated a complex website from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9 completely without any problem, without any business stuck and without any missing content, … The sample project for this blog is https://apexembdesigns.com.
- Level 1: Acquired foundational logic and programming knowledge.
- Level 2: Engaged in hands-on programming practices and problem-solving.
- Level 3: Underwent training in an established development company.
- Level 4: Addressed standard tasks with some guidance.
- Level 5: Completed standard tasks independently.
We can hear anywhere that Drupal is a CMS, good for anyone, anyone can use it easily to build a website. Unfortunately, that’s not correct.
When you have a project that needs to be developed, you make some meetings with the Salesman, the Developer, the Consultant, you can easily hear from them: your project is very simple, no problem, no worry, they can do your project very easily, quickly as the timeline you prefer, etc. Be careful, they're in three cases: first case, they're really genius and experienced and your project is truly simply; second case, they don't understand enough and they are not experienced enough either; the last, they're trying to let you sign the contract to pay money first, your project spec is only the secondary priority on their mind at that time. Unfortunately, the first case is very rare.