Foreslåtte sessions

Effective Web Writing and Content Structure

Welcome to an inspiring journey, from neuropsychology and web writing tips to best-practice content management.

Clear communication is the primary success factor of all websites. In this talk, you will learn the core aspects of web writing and content structure, and how your CMS can help you organize and improve the way you work and communicate. Using the right approach, you can write up to 30% faster and be safe in the knowledge that your readers understand you.

On the web, every second matter. At the end of the session, you will know why readers are 70% faster when you write well, use a clear structure, and give the right visual clues. 

This presentation will affect everything you write—even your emails and reports.

The future of Drupal theming?

What if you don't need to decouple, to have some fun?

What if you could make your CSS and JS over 90% more lean, with just a slice of opinion?

What if you didn't had to struggle with your next Gulp-setup?

What if the theming layer, is actually in your way?

What if someone is going to tell you about a cutting-edge native Drupal frontend alternative?


Would you come?

Reliable Open Industry

Open source competes with proprietary and SaaS solutions. Can we stand a chance with our current approach? How do we handle enterprise-ready governance and reliability in a community?

The TYPO3 Company has looked into how open source CMS-es are positioned and challenged in today's competitive enterprise market. In the spirit of sharing and openness, welcome to a talk about how we see the future of open source content management in the world of TYPO3. | An opinion for Drupal Frontend developers.

The problem

Drupal is by default, a component-based system. Everything is in place for a Frontend developer to work in a component way, but yet we almost never completely do.

In the world of frontend, everything works with components. But when we plug our frontend logic in to Drupal, all of our marvels of writing components are lost. This is due to just a few limitations within Drupal (and also in our way of thinking as frontend Drupal developers):

  • We write component-based Sass, yet we compile all of our CSS in to one file.

  • We write component-specific JS, yet we load each line of JS on every page.

  • We have Drupal libraries api, yet we put all of our assets in to one global library.

  • We all are theming the output of the same Drupal modules, yet we are unable to share our solutions between each other.

  • We make beautiful things project-specific styled components, yet we can't plug it in to another project.

  • We all love Drupal because of it's open source collaboration, yet the collaboration seems to stop when we talk about the frontend components or tools within our theming setup.


The solution

Compony is the bridge between the component nature of Drupal and modern Frontend. It does this with flexibility and demanding a component-based thinking from developers.

Compony is a combination of an open-source customised theme-structure, an open-sourced Gulp-setup and a platform to share our components.

Interested to see how that would look? Come by and experience the last Drupal Theme you’ll ever want to use.