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Ready to level up your skills before the New Year? You're in luck! Promet Training has confirmed Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 courses for developers, project managers and content editors coming up. Each month, Promet Training offers classes in Austin, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Chicago & Live Online… Read More
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Seeking to ultimately create a globally centralized, online presence for all of its commercial customers, Lenovo reached out to Promet Source for a range of initiatives that included a performance audit, a Drupal 8 migration, integration with the Lenovo Martech stack, consolidation of 15 separate… Read More
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Load-testing is an essential best practice for Drupal 8 development. Quantifying how much traffic a site can sustain is critical information both during development and prior to launch.  The reasons for doing so are significant and wide-ranging: Determine hosting needs Identify under-… Read More
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January 8, 2020
2019 set the stage for a new decade of innovation driven by open source, design driven by insight into how humans interact with technology, and digital accessibility driven by high court decisions and consumer demand. Throughout the year, we at Promet Source reached out every week with updates and… Read More
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Created in 2004, and donated to the Apache Software Foundation in 2006 for open source publishing of the code, Solr Search has emerged into what many now consider to be the gold standard of enterprise search platforms.  When developing Drupal 8 websites, this highly popular platform built on the… Read More
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Drupal 8 offers considerable functionality for managing fielded content. Unexpected business needs, however, can result in less-than-ideal workarounds, such as rich text, when time, budget, or data constraints prevent more Drupal-specific solutions, such as Views. Maintainability can be impacted… Read More
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to pass on reviewing Robles v. Domino’s Pizza has served as a wake-up call for businesses that were holding off on remediating their sites for accessibility.  Robles, who is visually impaired, sued Domino’s Pizza due to a lack of screen reader software… Read More
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There’s no question that literacy in the 21st Century is a multi-faceted concept that extends far beyond books on the shelves. The American Library Association not only gets it, it’s embracing the evolving role of libraries, by driving a wide range of programs designed to spark excitement about… Read More
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I’ll admit to having watched a few episodes of Marie Kondo’s show on Netflix. She has definitely inspired some of the downsizing my wife and I done over the last few years. I even applied her thought process to my personal website. When I moved it to a new host I thought about how much of the… Read More
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The ever increasing complexity and functionality of Drupal sites does not need to translate into increasingly steeper development costs. In the past, Drupal sites were relatively homogeneous with the occasional multi-domain or multi-site implementation. Today, as sites become more complex, with… Read More
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