Today, User experience (UX) is not just about how a user feels when interacting with your website. In this world of rapidly growing interfaces and APIs, content plays a supreme role in offering your users with exceptional UX. To keep up the pace, you need to adopt hot-selling, fast-moving front-end technologies like Angular JS, React JS, etc. that can deliver your content in an application-like speed.
Content authors and content editors always look out for a seamless, easy-to-use experience when it comes to page building. Drag-and-drop and WYSIWYG tools are something they expect when they want to create and design pages. Drupal Layout Builder offers this exact experience with its easy-to-use page building capability, in Drupal core.
Are your customers suddenly asking for a DXP instead of a CMS? Well, not surprising as also the analyst firms are pushing the ease of use for a delivery of quick digital experience building as the challenge of managing content is largely solved by giants such as Drupal. In this blogpost I’ll explain very briefly how you can set up a DXP using Open Source components.