AGILEDROP: Our blog posts from February

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You have already seen what Drupal blogs were trending in the previous month, and now it is time to look at all our blog post from February. 

The first blog post in February was What can Drupal agencies expect in 2018 by our Commercial director Iztok. He looked at the technology trends and how they are changing, how can those changes influence on Drupal agencies and what can we expect in the future. What are the conclusions from Drupal Business Survey, including responses from 200 different Drupal agencies? Iztok did a SWOT analysis based on digital agency reports from 2017 and outlooks for 2018, looked for strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. 


The second post was How you can try Commerce 2 for Drupal 8 by Iztok. He explained how every website is an opportunity to drive sales since customers are already on the page. For building commerce websites, we can use tools like Shopify There are times when website have more complex requirements though. Drupal 7 has a great e-commerce solution, made by CommerceGuys. But with the arrival of Drupal 8, that solution was under questioning. We were excited when Drupal Commerce 2.x was released and not only that, Acro Media made a demo website with Drupal 8 Commerce 2.x.

The third blog post is Time to move forward? Drupal 6 is long gone now, If you still haven't migrated to Drupal 8, you are in trouble. Drupal 6 is no longer (officially) supported by Drupal community, which means that bugs are no longer getting fixed. You can choose whether you will migrate to Drupal 7 or Drupal 8. You can skip the version 7 if you think that 8 is will bring improvements. With all the improved features with Drupal 8, with migrating, your site is going to get different, but better. So is the new approach to migrating. Check it out. 


The last one is Top 6 Drupal websites released in 2017. We have made a list of Drupal sites build in 2017 worth highlighting. From the University of Minnesota to Hong Kong Trade Development Council, with links to the case studies.

Those were our blog post from February. Looking forward to continuing having you as readers!

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