NDP Blog

Author
Lisa Haskel
Jon Bamgboye

At NDP we often work with clients who need to integrate back office systems (such as bookings, ecommerce and CRM) with their website. In this post we’ll look at how we approach projects with this requirement, and how they can be architected in Drupal with robust engineering for a predictable and future-proof delivery.

Author
Behzad Lashkari

H5P is an open source framework based on JavaScript and is a great way to create interactive HTML5 content.  They have a large number of libraries that enable you to create different types of interactive content all through your browser.  They refer to the libraries as content types NOT to be confused with Drupal’s very own content types!

Author
Behzad Lashkari

Drop Guard is a continuous security solution for Drupal.  It is a service that can automate or at least part-automate the tasks of keeping a Drupal site up to date, a task that we all know is important but few of us actually enjoy.  Automating updates can help you meet client SLA’s as well as releasing valuable developer time.  

Author
Robson Slonski

Designers are curious people by nature, and maybe that’s what explains the neverending will to find new tools that will help them exteriorise ideas and best execute their craft. With that said, let’s talk about my experience with Sketch and how moving away from the classic CS pack can help to improve the design workflow. 

Author
David Riches

Last week I went to the Futurestack conference hosted by New Relic.

Author
Paul Moloney

This year saw the fifth anniversary of DrupalCamp London, which has become one of the key dates in the Drupal calendar. According to organisers this was the largest yet, with over 600 people attending.

Author
David Riches

A client request came through asking for a webform block with “name” and “email address” fields that would pre-populate a full contact form on submission.

In the past we needed to do some custom code to achieve this, but with the aid of the Token module we can do this quickly with 2 webforms. 

Author
Kat Elliott

I was at a meeting with a potential client the other day, looking at their five-year old site and found myself talking about the two seismic shifts in digital comms — mobile and social.