To be able to develop a great mobile app, developers must be able to answer this question first: What makes a great mobile app? I am writing this blog to share my opinions on this subject, and help developers like you even before you write that first line of code.
What is a mobile app?
A mobile app is a special type of software program used on a smartphone or mobile device such as the Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, or iPad.
There are many types of apps. Business apps, entertainment apps, or games like the famous Candy Crush Saga is also considered an “app”.
When it's time to select the best content management system for your needs, you have three main choices: Wordpress, Drupal, and Joomla. These competing platforms all have their own unique attributes that make it difficult to decide which one to choose. In this post, we will go over the details of each CMS and make a recommendation for you in the end. Even if you don't agree with our recommendation, you can read on to learn the most important characteristics of the big three CMS options and make an informed decision based on your needs.
Now after having a domain name, and you have chosen Drupal as your website CMS. The next step is to opt for which hosting plan for your Drupal site. Generally, we always want a hosting plan that can perform efficiently but at the same time come at the most affordable price.
Have you ever stopped to notice that the world of web design has changed dramatically in comparison to that of a decade ago? Sites have become much more beautiful and further aimed at UX/UI.
Constituting in the improvement of website design over the years, no one can deny that fonts play a prerequisite part. If tens of years ago, it is extremely difficult to find a handy nice yet free font, now with the era of open sources, things have become much easier.
Technology has been advancing gigantically on a daily basis, and Internet of Things (IOT) has been labeled as the current and next industrial revolution.
As a result, web development is in more immense demands.
Landing on the train to the current technological era, web developers & designers are always in search of an approach to elevate their development time, keeping clients' budget more cost-effective, while producing high-quality results for them. New users are also looking for an easy quick & cost-cutting method for their website setup.
One of the first jobs that any Drupal developers need to do is to understand how Drupal works and become used to it. And creating a Drupal theme from scratch is a skill that they are in absolute need of.
But drupal theming can be hard, and overwhelming, especially for new users who hold no experience in the subject.
But don’t worry. Get the shadow off your mind as we are going to walk you through a detailed process to create your own basic and responsive drupal 8 theme.
"There's an app for that"
It's a joke but a fact that sounds true most of the time.
Type any keyword of an app you want on Google, Apple Store, or Google Play. And a bunch of respective apps come up at once.
There are so many apps and new ones are still increasing day by day. According to comscore report, Digital Media time in the US has rocketed for years, growing approximately 50% in the past 2 years. 3/4 of that growth is attributed to mobile app.
Drupal 8 will soon become the new norm. Enter the “Drupal 8" query in Google Trends, and you will see how D8 has risen with time.
Compared to the previous version, Drupal 8 has made big improvements. There are so many changes in front-end, the theming system in this version. This means some challenges, and awesome new world to try for Drupal themers. Yet, have you got familiar with it? And the fact is there are not many tutorials about Drupal 8 front-end. Struck is what we sometimes feel.
So in this guide, I'll cover basic Drupal 8 theming