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Going headless with Drupal

Headless Drupal is a way of utilising Drupal to build solutions where the user does not directly interact with Drupal. In this article our lead developer, Tim Marsh discusses how to get started building a REST-full back end, and how to approach building an HTML front end app to this.

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Tim

Our new Drupal development infrastructure

We've recently renovated and overhauled our development infrastructure, here's a run down of what we have implemented to help us develop rock solid Drupal more efficiently.

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Tim

Positive at DrupalCamp Bristol 2015

An overview of a fantastic two days of Positive organising, speaking and attending DrupalCamp Bristol

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Tim

Our senior developer's indispensible tools for delivering high quality Drupal websites.

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Tim

Behavioural Economics for charitable giving - Part 2

In Part 2 of our two part series on behavioural economics, we look at some further examples of behavioural theory in practice, where small changes can have a big impact.

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Ringo

We attended Smashing Magazine Conference Workshop 2015

Some of the Positive development team recently had the pleasure of attending a Smashing Conference Workshop in Oxford focused on Responsive Web Design. Here's a write up of the day with some of our key takeaways.

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Why Drupal could be the best platform for your Charity website.

As Drupal and charity specialists, we take a look at the benefits of Drupal and its use in the charity sector, with some clear and impartial advice on selecting Drupal as a website platform from Charities who use it.

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Ringo

Making your charity campaign go viral

We take a look at viral charity successes like #IceBucketChallenge and #NoMakeUpSelfie, the myths behind making things go viral and some tips for being ready to jump on a social storm.

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Ringo