As a training company we're always on the lookout for new technologies to provide training in. If it's open source and there's demand for it, we'll provide it! Sometime middle of 2012 we started hearing more and more about Node.JS. We looked into the ecosystem and found what was at the time Cloud9 as one of the players with core committers on staff.
To allow our readers to choose what CMS is best for their web development projects and applications, we are going to present an overview of some of the most famous and wide used CMSs among bloggers and web developers. We are going to present a bird’s eye perspective with history and pros and cons of each CMS. We’ll publish them one by one in this series and in the end we will compare all of the reviewed CMSs so that you can decide for yourself which CMS suits you and suffices your web application’s needs. First up: Drupal.
TWIG is an open source theme engine based on the PHP language. TWIG is widely used by front end developers in order to create captivating themes and user interfaces. Although PHP itself can be used as template engine, it's verbose and not easy to learn. Therefore TWIG has been developed with focus on front end development and theming. TWIG is also easier to learn.
Yesterday, Nicole gave a very interesting talk on Content Strategy at the Drupal Singapore meetup to let business people, marketers and both front-end & back-end developers understand what it's all about so that they can create better websites together.