In our last Drupal vs WordPress comparison blog post, we focused on the true cost of ownership for each open source CMS project. We spent some time in the analysis of the following diagram, depicting the incremental cost over time for a typical enterprise website project.
Commercial Progression has been working with Hosco Fittings since 2013 to build an ERP integrated Drupal website platform for their modern manufacturing needs.
Project cost is often a major factor when choosing between Drupal and WordPress. Our introductory Drupal Vs WordPress blog post setup the lay of the land when comparing these two popular opensource CMS projects. In this blog post we will take a closer look at the cost breakdown.
The great debates of all time; Coke vs Pepsi, Chevy vs Ford, Mac vs PC, and in the realm of Open Source content management systems it comes down to Drupal vs WordPress. The greatest debates of our time all have something in common: passionate supporters. In the world of Open Source CMS projects, Drupal vs WordPress is no less polarizing. In a sea of opinion, it can be hard to find the facts. Does it really come down to personal preference or are these CMS projects fundamentally different tools with best use scenarios unique to each?
A quick browse around some of the manufacturing websites around the Internet reveals that few consider themselves to be digital marketers, though all of them actually are. Any business with a website is automatically entered into the ranks of digital marketers, and that should mean every business today!
What differentiates all the "good" websites out there from the few truly "great" ones? What differentiates, for example, Amazon from the countless other shopping sites, or makes Netflix so much better than the alternatives for video streaming? There are several must-have features to set your site apart from the competitors. Does it mean you'll rule your industry like Amazon or Netflix? It could happen. It could definitely mean you end the year with a healthier chunk of black in the books than your competition does. Here's what your Drupal website design really needs.
When it comes to your website, you're not just a manufacturer, you are also a marketer. Your Drupal website design has to be a marketing tool, not simply a portal to your manufacturing business. That means you need to apply all of the B2B marketing techniques possible to your manufacturing website. Here are the best design tips and techniques to assure your Drupal website brings in lots of highly qualified leads and converts those promising leads into lucrative customers.
The open source software community has produced some of the most popular, powerful, and innovative products to come along -- ever. Drupal, for instance, has revolutionized the way organizations build websites. Linux has freed countless businesses from the software licensing issues that come along with the major, proprietary operating systems. Hadoop has made Big Data accessible to the masses, meaning you don't have to be a giant like Google or Amazon to make use of Big Data.
This is part 2 of this blog series. Part 1 covers setting up Grunt and Browsersync, this part will focus on expanding what we created in part 1. It will focus on adding image compression to our Grunt setup. The methods used for image compression aren’t super important but setting up a watcher and using the newer Grunt plugin can be useful for many other things.