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Three of the most popular content management systems on the market today are Drupal, WordPress, and Sitecore. At FFW, we work with all three, and often find ourselves answering questions about what makes each platform distinct.
What's the difference between Drupal and Sitecore? This is a question we get from leads and new clients a lot. The two platforms are both incredibly powerful, but in different areas. Here's a quick guide to a few of the biggest differences between the two platforms.
Many people hotly debate whether Drupal or WordPress is a better solution. Ultimately, it depends on what your unique needs are.
Magento, Drupal Commerce, and Shopify are all excellent eCommerce solutions for a Drupal platform. Each solution is better equipped to deal with specific problems, which is why at FFW we recommend evaluating eCommerce needs on a case-by-case basis.
Finding a vendor to provide you with design and development services for your web project can seem like an overwhelming task. And if you’re building with a specific technology (such as Drupal), you'll definitely want to do your research.
Any effective digital platform exists in a loop of iterative improvements and measurement. Why should eCommerce be any different?
Many of FFW’s clients understand that open source isn’t just a kind of software. It’s a social movement, and one with growing implications for people around the world.
The web has no shortage of digital trends that will pop up on your radar, and one whose momentum has increased over the last couple years is decoupling. In simple terms, the concept of decoupling means separating the frontend of your website from the backend.