The Axelerant team participated and successfully delivered over ten activities between sessions, panels, birds of a feather, volunteering, and mentoring at the four-day DrupalCon Europe 2020 event.
How we leveraged AWS Serverless services to go from an idea to implementation by using deep learning and event-driven architecture.
We are looking to validate data in CSV files for creating a centralized system to manage the data of varying frameworks. Here are some ideas on how a custom module can be made more reusable and even contributed.
Here's why you need to automate Docker containers with Ansible and a peek into the process to run the Ansible Playbook.
An introduction and complete guide to the two fundamental tools of DevOps: Docker and Kubernetes
Here’s how to maintain Kubernetes’ security with top-notch recommended practices.
Learn what position sticky does, what are the common issues while using it, and what is the way of detecting position sticky’s toggle from fixed to relative and vice versa.
We used Cypress to automate the browser and Applitools for AI-based visual validation. Find out how Applitools makes it easier and offer ready to use Drupal extensions/plugins.
Some test scenarios for search functionality, especially from a drupal point of view, consists of ways to help the user perform the search more efficiently and effectively.
Axelerant was entrusted with the task of developing a Drupal 8 based partial headless backend and had to come to a mutually acceptable format for the REST-based API endpoints in the backend. After careful consideration, the OpenAPI 3.0 specification was selected as the format for describing the APIs.
In Drupal 8 the menu system, in comparison to Drupal 7 has become much more flexible. Here's one of the ways to create a menu-link that changes dynamically based on the logged-in user.
In this first part of the series, we look at the basic concepts of Cypress, from prerequisites and installations to headless execution.