Displaying videos from YouTube and Vimeo on websites is a common practice used by many companies to create more engaging experiences for their visitors. While it is important to offer customers a great experience, it is also imperative to make sure your site visitors understand what's happening as they interact with your site.
We have developed a visually engaging solution for this. In this blog post we show the solution we have created with screenshots, code snippets, and live examples.
In this blog post I share our thoughts and assumptions on headless applications with Drupal in 2020.
Last year we launched more than 20 new webprojects based on Drupal 8 and/or React. Most of the projects have one thing in common: they combine standard Drupal server-side rendering with client side React applications. This is what is sometimes referred to as progressive decoupling. Only a few applications we have built in 2019 are completely headless.
We welcome Loredan, Anja and Diego to our 1xFAMILY
Last week at the 1xINTERNET offices you could almost smell the excitement for the coming weekend. On Friday we had our annual Christmas party and this year we met up in Berlin to celebrate. As you can imagine, when we have a team working all over Europe, just seeing each other is always a special event. Our team members flew in from Iceland, Belgium, Spain, Poland, Romania and then a big part of our team took the train from Frankfurt. It was magical. Everyone in their best spirit ready to have an amazing time.
I mentioned on Twitter two weeks ago how fantastic DrupalCon Europe was, and after more thought it’s my favorite DrupalCon to date! Not because I got to parody Disney songs wearing Spandex (which I did), and not because I gave an impassioned session about my love of Pattern Lab integration (which I didn't this time around), but for the first time I feel like I have made a vital difference to the community. I didn't contribute though song or sessions or code, instead I was able to connect people to solve problems.
As some of you may know, this year DrupalCamp Spain was held in a very special place, Conil de la Frontera, which is a wonderful little town on Spain's southern Atlantic coast. It has large, sandy beaches that go as far as the eye can see, and since it's a small town, it does not have the inconvenience of masses of people flocking to it that you find on other places on the coast of Spain. The food is fantastic, and the weather is nice all year long. A guest post by Manuel Garcia.
Research has shown that good relationships with colleagues are one of the biggest factors in companies success. People that are happy at work tend to do a better job and in the end everyone benefits if these things are thought about. At 1xINTERNET we want our team to shine at work and we want to make sure everyone gets the opportunity to grow and develop as employees, this in our opinion will result in better working environment which we want to have for our people. Let us introduce you to Pablo Lara from Sevilla, Spain.
At “DriesNote”, last Tuesday at DrupalCon Amsterdam, Dries Buytaert, the founder and project lead of Drupal, spoke about his vision of contributors and sponsors and their impact on Drupal’s future. Time and speed are the biggest factors looking ahead. If we want to want to see Drupal continue to grow, and be competitive in the open source market, we need to make sure all aspects are nurtured. This should ensure that both beginners and experts choosing Drupal will enjoy the experience.