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Palantir: Competitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman’s Healthy Heart - Part 2

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 19:23
spanCompetitive Analysis: The Key to a Woman’s Healthy Heart - Part 2/span spana title=View user profile. href=https://www.palantir.net/people/alex-brandt lang= about=https://www.palantir.net/people/alex-brandt typeof=schema:Person property=schema:name datatype= xml:lang=brandt/a/span spanFri, 05/05/2017 - 12:23/span Michelle Jackson time datetime=2017-05-05T12:00:00ZMay 5, 2017/timeimg src=https://www.palantir.net/files/styles/hero/public/hero/2017-05/heart2.jpg?itok=O_j_BLDe width=1300 height=731 alt=hand holding red heart typeof=foaf:Image /div class=lede pCompetitive user testing can validate the conclusions that are made from a preliminary competitive analysis./p /div In this post we will cover... ulli dir=ltr p dir=ltrHow health systems can conduct competitive usability testing/p /li li dir=ltr p dir=ltrHow navigation organization and prioritization impacts the ability of people to find information on specific health topics such as heart disease and its impact on women’s health/p /li li dir=ltr p dir=ltrHow competitive analysis can help health systems improve information architecture to better serve people suffering from critical illnesses/p /li li dir=ltrHow looking at peer competitors can help health systems better serve the needs of patients and their caregivers/li /ulsection class=ctah3 class=cta__title /h3pWe want to make your project a success./p span class=cta__link a href=https://www.palantir.net/contactLet's Chat./a /span /sectionpHeart disease is a href=https://www.goredforwomen.org/fight-heart-disease-women-go-red-women-official-site/about-heart-disease-in-women/facts-about-heart-disease/the No. 1 cause of death for women/a in the United States. We are homing in on on a href=https://www.palantir.net/drupalconDrupalCon/a-host city Baltimore, which has launched several initiatives to combat cardiovascular disease. Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical Center are two large university hospitals local to Baltimore that have centers dedicated to women and heart disease. Using women’s heart health as our focus, we compared select search outcomes, menu hierarchy, labeling, and landing pages./p pStep 1 was a cursory a href=https://www.palantir.net/blog/competitive-analysis-budgetcompetitive analysis/a of two health system websites that we covered in a href=https://www.palantir.net/blog/competitive-analysis-key-womans-healthy-heart-part-1part 1/a. Step 2 is competitive user testing to validate the conclusions that we made from the preliminary competitive analysis./p pCompetitive user testing is a useful way to see how your site measures up against your competitors’ sites. By taking a look at how patients may interact with your site and competitor sites, you can compare their experience and make changes that allow you to better serve patients’ specific needs. You can implement competitive usability testing even if you have not completed a preliminary competitive analysis./p pSince we last discussed websites and women’s heart health, we held two user tests to compare site visitors’ experiences when navigating the a href=http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/Hopkins Medicine/a and a href=http://www.umm.edu/University of Maryland Medical Center/a (UMMC) health system websites./p pWe chose tasks based on actions that people might perform on a health system website. We also considered the type of information women look for when seeking information on heart disease./p pFor our user tests, we asked two women who are Maryland residents between the ages of 40 and 70 to complete several tasks on both the Hopkins Medicine and University of Maryland Medical Center websites without using search./p blockquote pTasks we asked participants to perform:/p olliLearn if you are at risk for heart disease/li liShare information about the risks of heart disease/li liFind a physician/li liSchedule an appointment/li liFind directions/li liPay a bill/li liFind a program or center related to women and heart health/li /ol/blockquote h2Select Findings/h2 pWe found:/p ulli“Health” and “Healthy Heart” labels provide users with a quick pathway to heart health risk information/li liUsers successfully completed the majority of top tasks (i.e. schedule an appointment)/li liFinding programs and information about risks associated with women’s heart health is challenging/li liMulti-level navigations and redundant label terminology created complex pathways for users/li /ulpimg alt=table 1 data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=f6a2e73f-ddf1-4dc1-904c-67c6114986b3 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/Table-1-part2.jpg //p pimg alt=table 2 data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=30aa51bd-17f8-4de5-abff-3d1aa3d557b7 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/table2part2.jpg //p pThe experiences of these two women revealed some challenges that might be experienced by other site visitors. Our findings warrant additional usability testing to further evaluate, compare how these and other health system websites help patients seeking information about programs and centers that address women’s heart health./p blockquote pstrong“I would never [pay my bill] this way, I would pay it online [through my bank].”/strong/p /blockquote h2Highlights and Challenges/h2 pstrong“Health” and “Healthy Heart” labels provide users with a quick pathway to heart health risk information. /strong/p pOn the Hopkins Medicine’s health system website, both the first and second participants successfully found “know your risks” on the Healthy Heart landing page (see Figure 2) when looking for information about heart disease risk. The second participant said Hopkins Medicine performed better than its UMMC counterpart in describing the factors that put people at risk for heart disease./p pWhen navigating the UMMC website, the second participant navigated to the Women’s Heart Health Program landing page and said the description of risks were symptoms associated with heart disease and not actual risks. “They don’t say, blood pressure, overweight, sleep apnea,” she commented. The first user did not locate risks for heart disease on the UMMC website./p pstrongFigure 1: Hopkins Medicine Healthy Heart navigation menu /strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=figure 1: Hopkins main and secondary navigation labels data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=49eaa747-78cc-4529-8e95-b7d858d63145 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure1part2.jpg /figcaptionHopkins Medicine’s main and secondary navigation labels (Health Healthy Heart) gave users quick access to information on heart disease risk./figcaption/figurepstrongFigure 2: Hopkins Medicine Healthy Heart landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 2: Hopkins Medicine Healthy Heart landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=32aa8172-72b5-4de4-badf-0514d19f4320 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure2part2.jpg /figcaption“Know Your Risks” featured prominently within Healthy Heart local navigation makes heart disease risks easily accessible to users./figcaption/figurep dir=ltrstrongFigure 3: UMMC Women’s Heart Health Program landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 3: UMMC Women's Heart Health Program landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=00471d78-aba2-4472-91b2-78b8bd6e7cbd src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure3part2_0.jpg /figcaptionUMMC’s women’s heart program landing page does not present information about heart disease risks that is easily accessible./figcaption/figurepstrongParticipants successfully completed the majority of top tasks (i.e. schedule an appointment). /strong/p pBoth users successfully completed the majority of top tasks such as find a physician, schedule an appointment, find directions, and pay a bill. The first participant did not find a way to get physician on the UMMC homepage and Heart Vascular Center landing page. This may have been because of the placement of the calls to action in the sidebar (Figure 5), adjacent competing content (Figure 5) and the utility navigation and the “Find a Doctor” call to action button similarity in color (Figure 4)./p blockquote pstrong“If I wanted to find a physician I woul[d] ...call a heart specialist first.”/strong/p /blockquote pstrongFigure 4: UMMC main navigation and “Find a Doctor” call to action button/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 4: UMMC main navigation data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=97f785bb-935f-412a-9e34-1440f27072b1 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure4part2.jpg /figcaptionCalls to action for top tasks such as “Make an appointment” and “Find a doctor” blend in with utility navigation colors, which could make it hard for users to see these key buttons/figcaption/figurep dir=ltrstrongFigure 5: UMMC Heart and Vascular Center landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 5: UMMC Heart and Vascular Center landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=19841a52-da58-4a7b-89c4-6479d5fde398 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure5part2.jpg /figcaptionCalls to action for top tasks such as “Make an appointment”  and “Find a Doctor” compete with UMMC Cardiologists video and hero news story “One Family, Two Heart Transplants” content./figcaption/figurepstrongFinding programs and information about risks associated with women’s heart health is challenging./strong/p pThe first participant did not find either the Hopkins Medicine or UMMC’s programs nor centers related to women and heart health, even when visiting pages that were dedicated to cardiology or cardiovascular health. The first participant visited UMMC’s programs listing page, which contained separate links to women’s health and heart and vascular health pages, but did not list the Women’s Heart Health Program under either of these headers (see Figures 6 and 7)./p pAfter the first participant clicked on the Heart and Vascular Center landing page, she scanned Services, but did not find the Women’s Heart Health Program because the secondary navigation extends below the top half of the page masking the Women’s Heart Health Program. The first participant also was unsuccessful in finding a program or center related to women and heart health information on the Hopkins Medicine health system website. “I can find heart stuff, I just can’t find anything on women,” she said./p pThe second participant was able to find the Women’s Heart Health Program on the UMMC site; however, she remarked that it was challenging to locate: “It’s not intuitive how you would find a program here. Now I see it, but not before I’ve gone through too many exercises.” /p pstrongFigure 6: UMMC programs landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 6: UMMC programs landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=be5aac12-4ac5-42d4-9c30-fb0aba98e3de src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure6part2.jpg /figcaptionWomen’s Health section on programs landing page has no mention of the women’s heart health program/figcaption/figurepstrongFigure 7: UMMC programs landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 7: UMMC programs landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=031de0b2-c345-4acf-a334-1193f5b6645f src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure7part2.jpg /figcaptionHeart and Vascular Center section on programs landing page has no mention of the women’s heart health program/figcaption/figurepstrongFigure 8: UMMC Heart Vascular Center landing page/strong/p figure role=groupimg alt=Figure 8: UMMC Heart Vascular Center landing page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=e9f7bc94-843d-4987-ae04-d8010d37ab48 src=https://www.palantir.net/files/inline-images/figure8part2.jpg /figcaptionThe local navigation for the Heart and Vascular Center landing page has items under “Services” that extend beyond the top of the page. One user stopped at Pulmonary Hypertension and missed the last item in the “Services” dropdown, “Women’s Heart Health.”/figcaption/figurepstrongMulti-level navigations and redundant label terminology created complex pathways for users. /strong/p pParticipants had difficulty remembering how they got to specific pages because of redundant label terminology and deeply nested pages. When looking for information on risks for heart disease, the first participant had trouble using the main, secondary and local navigation to find this information, selecting Health information Medical encyclopedia Look up a symptom Medical Encyclopedia Your Health only to go back to the main navigation to click on Centers and Services and Patients and Visitors./p blockquote pstrong“I would always call because half the time it gets lost when you do it through the portal.”/strong/p /blockquote pstrongTakeaways /strong/p pWe can gain a more nuanced understanding of how diverse patient demographics navigate and use health system websites by conducting competitive usability tests and focusing on a specialized medical issue such as women’s heart health./p pWhile this study warrants additional research and usability testing given the small number of users, it does reveal challenges that are faced by many of our clients in the health care industry like navigation and findability./p pTo better serve patients and their caregivers, health system websites can take several steps to improve the experience for site visitors:/p ulliSimplify their menu structure so that there are fewer levels and sub-navigations/li liRemove competing content from areas of the page and improve color contrast, helping users access key buttons like “make an appointment” and “find a doctor”/li liReference and cross link to women’s heart health centers and programs on program pages/li liProvide related content on pages that have resources on heart health and women’s health to improve findability/li liRevisit alphabetizing navigation items in favor of featuring top specialities and health areas that are of primary importance to patient audiences./li /ulpIn the health care field, meeting the needs of patients can be a matter of life and death. It is important for health systems to continually evaluate how their websites are meeting the needs of patient and caregivers and how they can improve the experience for patients and caregivers and best facilitate access to information about health services and resources./p aside class=ctah3 class=cta__title /h3pWe want to make your project a success./p span class=cta__link a href=https://www.palantir.net/contactLet's Chat./a /span /asideul class=list--simpleli class=taga href=https://www.palantir.net/topics/content-strategy hreflang=enContent Strategy/a/li li class=taga href=https://www.palantir.net/topics/metrics hreflang=enMetrics/a/li li class=taga href=https://www.palantir.net/topics/people hreflang=enPeople/a/li /ul

Evolving Web: Creating an Events Calendar in Drupal 8

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 18:53
a href=https://evolvingweb.ca/blog/creating-events-calendar-drupal-8?utm_source=feedutm_medium=feed_image img src=https://evolvingweb.ca/sites/default/files/styles/ewsite8_blog_image/public/2017-05/iStock-503555678-calendar-compressed.jpg?itok=soZEariB width=720 height=480 alt=Calendar typeof=Image class=img-responsive //apIf you have ever worked with sites that deal with events, you've probably been asked to create some type of calendar display. In this article, we'll discuss how to set up a basic events calendar using the a href=https://www.drupal.org/project/calendarCalendar/a (8.x-1.x-dev) for Drupal 8./p h3Configure the event content type/h3 pIn our example, to handle events, we create a new content type called emEvent/em. You can put any content type in a calendar as long as it has a emDate/em field. Though we might need date ranges to handle multi-day events, at the time of writing this article, there is no support for using the date range field with the emcalendar/em module, so we will use a simple date field for this example./p pfigure role=group class=align-centerimg alt=Event node form data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=f370aaf3-a24f-4548-8c69-bf13cb213e64 src=https://evolvingweb.ca/sites/default/files/inline-images/event%20node%20form.png /figcaptionThe emEvent/em node form. Right now, events only have a title, description and a date field labelled emSchedule/em./figcaption/figure/p h3Configuring the events view/h3 pWith the node type in place, the next step will be to display the nodes using a view, using calendar display settings. To create a view with the calendar settings in place, you can go to emStructure Views  /ememAdd view from template/em page (admin/structure/views/template/list). Here, we choose the template which allows us to create a calendar for our date field./p pfigure role=group class=align-centerimg alt=Screenshot of the add view from template page data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=9a39ff9e-051d-4ab6-bfb8-87342f79aa05 src=https://evolvingweb.ca/sites/default/files/inline-images/add%20view%20from%20template.png /figcaptionWe click the emAdd/em button corresponding to the date field (which we called emSchedule)./em/figcaption/figure/p pThe template provides you some options to configure certain aspects of the calendar to be generated, namely:/p ullistrongView name/strong/li listrongDescription/strong/li listrongBase view path:/strong The base path to use for the calendar pages and tabs. In our example, we choose emevents/em as the base so the calendar will generate paths like: ullistrongevents/day:/strong For a day-wise view/li listrongevents/week:/strong For a week-wise view/li listrongevents/month:/strong For a month-wise view/li listrongevents/year:/strong For a year-wise view/li /ul/li /ulpFrom the views configuration page, we can also configure the path for our calendar page(s) and create blocks with mini-calendars./p pfigure role=group class=align-centerimg alt=Calendar view generation options data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=1c949f65-8824-49c6-a604-4d25582b6c1d src=https://evolvingweb.ca/sites/default/files/inline-images/configure%20calendar%20view%20generation.png /figcaptionSome settings for the calendar to be generated./figcaption/figure/p pOnce done fine-tuning, we save the view and visit the relevant front-end page, which in this example is emevents/month/em. Here's how the calendar looks out of the box with the Bartik theme./p pimg alt=How the calendar looks in front-end data-entity-type=file data-entity-uuid=7919cfce-517e-469d-af7d-21cbc0d3d249 src=https://evolvingweb.ca/sites/default/files/inline-images/front-end%20calendar%20view.png class=align-center //p h3Conclusion/h3 pThe calendar module will be a great contrib module while working with calendars. However, it may or may not serve your needs depending on your project requirements. Here are certain points (at the time of writing this article) which might affect the usability of this module:/p ullibNo support for date range:/b Lack of support for date ranges makes it hard to work with multi-day event scenarios./li listrongNo support for start end date: /strongThough we can setup two separate date fields for start and end date, multi-day events are not visible as multi-column rows in the calendar./li /ulp /p a href=https://evolvingweb.ca/blog/creating-events-calendar-drupal-8?utm_source=feedutm_medium=more target=_blank+ more awesome articles by Evolving Web/a

Acquia Developer Center Blog: Beyond Code - Contributing to Community Spirit

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 17:07
div class=field field-name-field-blog-image field-type-image field-label-hiddendiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item evenimg typeof=foaf:Image class=img-responsive src=https://dev.acquia.com/sites/default/files/styles/blog__190_x110_/public/blog/prenote-2_jeff-geerling.jpg?itok=xTqImnvb width=140 height=85 alt=Jeff Geerling - Prenote 2 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeisaprayer/33452519983/ title=Jeff Geerling - Prenote 2 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeisaprayer/33452519983/ //div/div/divdiv class=field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hiddendiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item even property=content:encodedp emstrongHow the DrupalCon Prenote helps us laugh, learn, and be a community./strong Four other Acquians joined me on stage in the DrupalCon Baltimore Prenote, helping spread a little joy and silliness. Drupal gets better when companies, organizations, and individuals build or fix something they need and then share it with the rest of us. Our community becomes better, stronger, and smarter when others take it upon themselves to make a positive difference contributing their knowledge, time, and energy to Drupal. Acquia is proud to play a part, alongside thousands of others, in making tomorrow’s Drupal better than today’s./em /p /div/div/divdiv class=field field-name-field-blog-tags field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-inline clearfixdiv class=field-labelTags:nbsp;/divdiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item evena href=/tags/acquia-drupal-planet typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=acquia drupal planet/a/divdiv class=field-item odda href=/tags/drupalcon typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=drupalcon/a/divdiv class=field-item evena href=/tags/baltimore typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=Baltimore/a/divdiv class=field-item odda href=/tags/contribution typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=contribution/a/divdiv class=field-item evena href=/tags/community typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=community/a/div/div/div

Valuebound: Getting Started With Drupal Commerce 2.x - Part 1

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 16:59
h3 dir=ltrstrongDrupal Commerce 2.x overview/strong/h3 p dir=ltrE-commerce in Drupal 8 is a very interesting topic for many developers and this blog is the right place to start witha href=http://valuebound.com/resources/blog/valuebound-launches-drupal-based-ecommerce-site-for-microchips-australia E-commerce/a in drupal 8./p p dir=ltrDrupal Commerce 2.x is the module for creating online stores of varying complexity. This blog provides an overview of the Commerce 2.x module for Drupal 8./p p dir=ltrIn this blog, we will be focusing on following things/p h3 dir=ltrstrongInstalling Drupal E-Commerce 2.x/strong/h3 p dir=ltrTo install Drupal Commerce, make sure that your server has a Composer dependency manager installed. In Drupal 8,…/p

CiviCRM Blog: Using the CiviCRM Entity Reference Field submodule with Inline Entity Form

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 16:15
div class=field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hiddendiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item even property=content:encoded pCiviCRM Entity Reference Field is a submodule of the CiviCRM Entity project. One of the many advantages of installing the CiviCRM Entity module is the ability to use Drupal’s Entity Reference module to reference CiviCRM data from nodes, terms, or other entity types. Many people are using the Inline Entity Form module, which provides field widgets that allow you to create, edit, or delete a referenced entity from the parent form./p pIf you reference CiviCRM contacts via an Entity Reference field and use Inline Entity Form, you’ll often want to include the ability for the user to create or edit subsidiary CiviCRM entity types, such as the email, phone, and address entities. This can get tricky with CiviCRM integration. A regular entity reference field stores a target entity id in a Drupal field table of the Drupal database. nbsp;CiviCRM Addresses are stored in the CiviCRM database, and can be created by different types of users and in many different ways. In addition, Drupal and CiviCRM reference data in opposite ways. nbsp;Drupal’s field model, “forward references,” nbsp;which means the entity stores the ids of the child entities. CiviCRM generally uses “backreferences,” meaning the child entity will store the parent entity’s id. nbsp;To make the situation even more interesting, this pattern is not consistently followed in CiviCRM, and you’ll occasionally have a “forward reference”. For example, events store a location block id, and the location block references addresses./p pWe want the convenient and familiar interface of the Inline Entity Form/Entityreference combination, but we want to use the existing data from the CiviCRM tables, and not store target ids in Drupal field tables, while at the same time being flexible enough to go both ways. We want to make a square peg to fit into a round hole. What we needed was a “remote reference field”./p pThe Drupal Field API is very powerful, and it allows you to make field types that are disconnected from the standard Drupal field tables. The solution is CiviCRM Entity Reference Field, which adds a new field type that can be added to any CiviCRM entity type./p pimg src=https://skvare.com/sites/skvare.com/files/civicrmentityreferencefield.png style=width:100%;height:auto;/p pWe’ve successfully used this module for a variety of use cases, including:/p ul liReferencing emails, addresses, phones from contacts/li liReferencing participants from events/li liReferencing relationships from contacts/li liReferencing activities from contacts/li liReferencing contacts from activities/li liReferencing contacts from relationships/li /ul pIt is also possible to have CiviCRM Entity Reference (CER) fields on entities referenced by CER fields. For example, In CiviCRM, Events reference location blocks, which in turn reference addresses. To edit profiles on Events, you need to reference UFJoin from Events. nbsp;The UFJoin entity type needs a UFGroup reference field which needs to reference UFField. That case is especially interesting as that “line of reference” runs both forward and backwards from the UFGroup entity./p pThat’s the what and the why, to see an example of how to use it, please continue reading this article on a href=https://skvare.com/blog/using-civicrm-entity-reference-field-submodule-inline-entity-form?utm_source=CiviCRMamp;utm_medium=blogamp;utm_campaign=civicrm_entity_reference target=_blankSkvare.com/a./p /div/div/divdiv class=field field-name-taxonomy-vocabulary-1 field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-hiddendiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item evena href=/blog/tags/tools typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=Tools/a/divdiv class=field-item odda href=/blog/tags/civicrm typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=CiviCRM/a/divdiv class=field-item evena href=/blog/tags/drupal typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=Drupal/a/divdiv class=field-item odda href=/blog/tags/extensions typeof=skos:Concept property=rdfs:label skos:prefLabel datatype=Extensions/a/div/div/div

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p

ADCI Solutions: How to create a headless Drupal site

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 10:52
pOnce upon a time there was a trend of headless Drupal websites. But time passed and we realised that the Decoupled Drupal approach is more than the trend. It makes a developer’s life easier since back-end and front-end teams can work separately. Decoupled websites are able to serve content on different platforms better./p p /p pSo why don’t we try to build a decoupled website on our own? For the front-end part we’ll use React, for the back-end - Drupal./p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_summaryRead the tutorial./a/p p /p pa href=https://www.adcisolutions.com/knowledge/how-create-headless-drupal-site?utm_source=dorgamp;utm_medium=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picamp;utm_campaign=planet_drupal_create_headless_siteamp;utm_term=noneamp;utm_content=drupal_planet_feed_create_headless_site_rss_picimg alt= src=https://www.adcisolutions.com/sites/default/files/filebrowser/users/7/Knowledge/Create_headless_website/720_380_Body_Headless_Drupal%20%282%29.png style=width: 720px; height: 380px; //a/p