For the past year I have been part of the new cloud first initiative of the shipping and logistics company called DFDS. The cloud first initiative is not a movement to force everything into the cloud but rather have cloud as the first option if it makes sense. If it does not, it still is alright to utilize our alternatives, like our own datacenter.
The role of technology and its effect on today’s world has reached an incredible scale, with the number of different channels to serve content being just mind boggling. In this article, we’ll share how Telus, a Canadian telecommunications company, handled the described challenges—running around 500 migrations while constantly shipping new features.
Contentful joins the Digital Experience Stack (DXS) as a founding member of what promises to be a trendsetting alliance.
Websites have evolved from a collection of published pages to full applications that offer sophisticated, engaging experiences. Learn best practices and new technologies like content infrastructure that empower your entire website team to ship content updates—fast.
For the past decade, my go-to choice of CMS for client and personal projects has been Wordpress. In fact, apart from one embarassing and short-lived design forum called Lethal GFX which used PHPBB, almost everything I've built has used it. Recently, I've been teaching myself React and wanted to rebuild my personal Wordpress site using my new-found React skills. Let me share a beginner's guide to how I spun up my personal site using Gatsby, Contentful and Netlify.
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