Pantheonsite.io is a WebOps platform for Drupal and WordPress websites. It's a multi-tenant, container-based platform that enables developers, creative agencies, and companies to manage multiple websites from a single dashboard. Pantheon offers various tools for professional developers, including staging environments, version control, backups, and workflow.
Pantheon has built a significant user base on Drupal and WordPress (CMS) Content Management System sites. We needed to develop a modern development offering for our users to build decoupled websites, AKA headless CMS. Also, we needed to build a framework for future products to support the WebOps teams better: the Designer, Content Creator, and Beyond.
Although we needed to provide additional data to pass the business case review, it was crucial to act swiftly and construct the product.
To create a working prototype (POC tech with code) of a static site solution (not connecting to WordPress or Drupal backend) targeting a developer user type that can be tested with users at the end of the sprint.
Having a point of view in connecting the code/technology
UX - prototype encompassing the complete experience on and off Pantheon to validate our hypothesis.
If you're moving your website to Pantheon, connecting with GitHub can help you integrate your current repositories seamlessly.
On the site overview page, you can check the status of your live build and view a list of all available branches along with their respective details.
On the build details page, you can view the most recent status and metrics of the site.
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