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- Evolve Your Game: The API-Led Path to Development Freedom
API-led development is a mindset and methodology which will make your projects more robust and reliable, reducing the friction of managing even the largest projects. We believe strongly in the concept of “Flow”, of structuring your development in a way that maximizes your performance while minimizing the distractions and worry of failure that inevitably arise. API-led development is an important step in achieving it.
- Evolve Your Game: Following the Leaders
API-led development is a mindset that takes control away from the application and hands it back to the developer. It used to be that the application defined the bulk of the requirements. UI, platform, migration, future-proofing, deployment and lifecycle. By thinking API-first, a lot of that simply goes away.
- Duct Tape, Bubble Gum, and WordPress
These days it's hard to get very far, when considering a new site launch or refresh, without coming across WordPress. Which is no surprise, considering it powers almost a third of the internet.
What is surprising is how often it's considered for larger organizations, especially when security and compliance with regulations like the GDPR can create significant risk.
- Mura: Staying in the Loop
Avenues for learning about Mura are more prevalent than ever, with an unprecedented array of options for following announcements, taking part in community discussions, and keeping apprised of important product updates.
- Preparing for GDPR with Mura
In this post, we explain what the GDPR is, how it impacts you, what implications it might present for doing business in the United States, as well as the Eurozone, and how Mura will help you maintain compliance.
- [Webinar] Mura Translations: Finding Flow in Localization
Managing a multilingual website can be daunting, with challenges in maintaining the website, streamlining the translation of content, and dealing with the long-term requirements associated with these tasks. In this webinar, host Grant Shepert will demonstrate the ways those problems are handled by the Mura Translations plugin.