Drupal 8

How-to: Obtain User Consent Prior to Loading Videos

 

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.

Headless applications with Drupal and React in 2020

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.