In our 4 part series on "Faster Drupal", we have so far published three different articles on:
If you haven't already read those parts, go ahead and check them out! Now let's get to our beloved CSS/JS stuff!
Throughout our R&D (Read googling), we’ve come to find this amazing blog post by Charlie Gerard. The first three items are from her blog post so here’s the TL;DR version that we need for this guide:
Are we done with this list? Never! We would like to continuously improve it. We would also love to have your comments and suggestions! Also note that we will be publishing a full-blown all included article on this subject, combined of all the parts together in the upcoming weeks.
let's get on with what Drupal 10 brings, a host of new features and improvements, making it the most powerful and flexible version of Drupal yet and how we can help you get there.
This year it was Nina’s first time at DrupalCon. Nina is one of our project managers who is young, eager and willing to learn more about the technical aspects of Drupal so she can use the knowledge to improve her day-to-day project management routines. Since DrupalCon is mostly attended by developers we wanted to interview Nina about how she experienced her first DrupalCon as a project manager.
After two years, it was finally time to continue Ramsalt’s one of the most exciting traditions and meet the Drupal community in person again at DrupalCon Prague 2022. Ramsalt had 11 of its team members joining the event in Prague and just as many were attending it virtually. Based on our team’s experience, we have picked out our top recommendations for you from this year’s big event.
More and more states in the EU are making Google Analytics illegal, and if that isn’t enough to make you look for an alternative web analytics software, here is another strong argument: