At our agency, we have had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects using a range of technologies. In this case study, we would like to highlight a project that we recently completed for one of our clients, which involved the use of Drupal and Next.js.

The Challenge:

Our client, a leading e-commerce company, approached us with the need to revamp their online presence. They wanted to create a seamless shopping experience for their customers, with a focus on optimizing the loading times of their pages.

To achieve this, we decided to use Drupal as the content management system (CMS) for the project. Drupal is a powerful and flexible open-source CMS that allows us to easily manage and organize the content for the website. However, one of the main challenges we faced was integrating Drupal with Next.js, a popular JavaScript framework for building server-rendered React applications.

The Solution:

To overcome this challenge, we utilized the Drupal-Next.js integration module, which allowed us to seamlessly connect Drupal and Next.js. This module provided us with a set of GraphQL APIs that allowed us to fetch content from Drupal and use it within our Next.js application.

Using this integration, we were able to create a hybrid application that combined the strengths of both Drupal and Next.js. Drupal provided us with a robust and flexible CMS, while Next.js allowed us to create a fast and efficient front-end application.

We also implemented server-side rendering (SSR) in our Next.js application, which allowed us to pre-render the HTML for our pages on the server, improving the loading times for our users.


Overall, the combination of Drupal and Next.js proved to be a powerful solution for our client's e-commerce website. By utilizing the Drupal-Next.js integration module and implementing server-side rendering, we were able to create a fast and efficient online shopping experience for our client's customers.

We are constantly exploring new technologies and approaches to deliver the best solutions for our clients, and the successful implementation of Drupal and Next.js in this project is a testament to our commitment to staying at the forefront of web development.