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We are proud to present the new intranet platform for Allianz Suisse. The intranet platform is designed to show the Allianz team news, events and updates and offers all the advantages of a cloud-based platform while conforming to the company’s stringent security standards.Sian Wheeler Fri, 01/19/2018 - 08:48
The brand new intranet platform is an internal business tool for Allianz Suisse and thus, not accessible to the public. Thanks to the single sign-on function, users can now log in via Drupal using their existing Allianz account, while the ability to comment on and “like” different topics makes the whole system that bit more engaging.About Allianz
Allianz Suisse offers a range of innovative products and services in all aspects of insurance, pensions and wealth management. With premiums of around CHF 3.6 billion, Allianz Suisse is one of the largest providers of property, casualty and life insurance in Switzerland.About the Project
The project was developed based on Drupal 8, in partnership with drunomics. The platform features a Kerberos-based single sign-on functionality. All users are signed in automatically, while employees are also able to post their own replies to comments and “like” their favourites. Elasticsearch makes it easy to locate documents and content anywhere on the platform, providing the ideal solution in an age where instant access to information is a prerequisite.
This module has support for many addons that allows them to integrate
to Microsoft Dynamics CRM ClickDimensions system.
A webform can be configured in order to visitors send data
to Microsoft Dynamics CRM with http://clickdimensions.com/ form.
The module allows configurations needed by Click Dimensions,
such as URL to Form Post action.
Submissions from a webform are saved in Click Dimensions system database.
This module imports taxonomy term on parent-child relationships from a CSV file.
It doesn't update the existing taxonomy tree, so please be extra cautious while importing the data and validate it before starting import.
Event management and recommendations.
This suite of modules is under active development and is not recommended for production use yet. API's will change rapidly.
As an early holiday present, for December's meet-up we had a very special accessibility guest, Heydon Pickering who chatted about "Prioritizing Accessibility.” For those of you who are veterans of the world of website accessibility, you probably already know a lot about what Heydon has contributed to our field. But for those of you new to this field, let me take a quick minute to give you some more background on our speaker.
Is this something you might like to do on your modules? Read on for more information.by Lee Rowlands / 19 January 2018 What is churn
As Matthias details in his blog post - churn is a measure of the number of times a piece of code has been changed over time. The red flags start to crop up when you have high complexity and high churn.Enter churn-php
Churn php is a library that analyses PHP code that has its history in git to identify high churn/complexity scores.
You can either install it with composer require bmitch/churn-php --dev or run it using docker docker run --rm -ti -v $PWD:/app dockerizedphp/churn run /path/to/codeSome results from core
So I ran it for some modules I look after in core, as well as the Drupal\Core\Entity namespace.Block Content File Times Changed Complexity Score core/modules/block_content/src/Entity/BlockContent.php 41 6 1 core/modules/block_content/src/BlockContentForm.php 32 6 0.78 core/modules/block_content/src/Plugin/Block/BlockContentBlock.php 20 6 0.488 core/modules/block_content/src/Tests/BlockContentTestBase.php 16 6 0.39 core/modules/block_content/src/BlockContentTypeForm.php 18 4 0.347 core/modules/block_content/src/Controller/BlockContentController.php 8 6 0.195 Comment File Times Changed Complexity Score core/modules/comment/src/CommentForm.php 60 45 1 core/modules/comment/src/Entity/Comment.php 55 25 0.548 core/modules/comment/src/Tests/CommentTestBase.php 33 29 0.426 core/modules/comment/src/Controller/CommentController.php 32 20 0.274 core/modules/comment/src/CommentViewBuilder.php 37 16 0.25 core/modules/comment/src/Plugin/Field/FieldFormatter/CommentDefaultFormatter.php 32 18 0.24 core/modules/comment/src/Form/CommentAdminOverview.php 29 17 0.191 core/modules/comment/src/CommentAccessControlHandler.php 17 28 0.19 core/modules/comment/src/CommentLinkBuilder.php 15 29 0.17 core/modules/comment/src/CommentManager.php 29 15 0.157 Drupal\Core\Entity File Times Changed Complexity Score core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/ContentEntityBase.php 115 173 0.808 core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorage.php 61 196 0.465 core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorageSchema.php 56 203 0.427 core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Entity.php 131 43 0.212 core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/ContentEntityStorageBase.php 41 105 0.16 Conclusion
So, what to do with these results?
Well I think if you're looking to simplify your code-base and identify places that would warrant refactoring, those with a high 'churn' score would be a good place to start.
What do you think? Let us know in the comments.Tagged Drupal Core, Code Complexity, Drupal 8
During the redesign process of a website, there are many small changes that can ultimately affect the traffic of the new site. The key is to identify any changes that might break SEO, or changes that might affect the way the site looks to search engine spiders ahead of time to avoid traffic drops. In the end, we want the site to look fresh and new while still getting the same traffic, or more, as the old design.
At Zivtech, we look at many factors in the planning phase of a website redesign project and try to identify those that could cause drops in traffic after the new design is launched. Once these have been identified, we ensure all of these tasks have been completed before launch. Let’s take a look at some of these factors and how to avoid traffic drops on your next website redesign project.Meta Tags
We typically build sites with Drupal, so the Metatag module handles much of the meta tag configuration and display on the site. If you aren’t using Drupal though, there could be some changes to your front-end design that could affect your meta tags and confuse search engine spiders. You’ll need to make sure that all of your pages have meta tags and that there aren’t any duplicates.Broken Links
Broken links are a huge problem during website redesigns. This could be a result of changes in the menu structure or in path structures for content types. Broken links mean that users and search engines can’t find the pages they’re looking for, which can really wreak havoc on your site traffic statistics.Read more
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In my last post, we discussed why marketers might want to migrate their content to Drupal 8, and the strategy and planning required to get started. The spreadsheet we shared with you in that post is the foundation of a good migration, and it usually takes a couple sprints of research, discussion, and documentation to compile. It’s also a process that’s applicable to all migration of content, no matter the source or destination framework.
This allows you to display a modal after contact form's submission.
It will display a resume of what the user send.
This module requires the following modules: