If you use the Paragraphs module and wish there was a way to more easily control the layout of referenced paragraphs on a particular node, check out Entity Reference with Layout, a new module for Drupal 8. Entity Reference with Layout combines structured content (a la Paragraphs) with expressive layout control (a la Layout Discovery in core). Now you can quickly add new sections without leaving the content edit screen, choose from available layouts, add text or media to specific regions, drag them around, edit them, delete them, add more, and so on. The experience is easy-to-use, fast, and expressive.
Posts in Drupal 8
Entity Import adds a user interface for Drupal 8’s core migration functionality. It lets you add importers for any entity in the system, map source data to entity fields, configure process pipelines, and of course, run the import.
As a writer or editor for your organization’s website, you should be able to quickly write articles or build pages that are collections of smaller elements.
We do a lot of Drupal 8 migrations here at Aten. From older versions of Drupal and Wordpress, to custom SQL Server databases, to XML and JSON export files: it feels like we’ve imported content from just about every data source imaginable. Fortunately for us, the migration system in Drupal 8 is extremely powerful. It’s also complicated. Here’s a quick-start guide for getting started with your next migration to Drupal 8.
Library events reimagined. Intercept takes event management into the 21st century with the ability to track attendance, engage virtually with customers and make data-driven decisions to evolve your events.
How to set up an automated deployment so that when you update content on your Drupal site, it will automatically rebuild your Gatsby site on Netlify.
Configuring Gatsby to run with Drupal 8 isn't difficult, but there are some tricks to it.
Recently, I ran into an issue migrating Paragraph Entities (Entity Reference Revisions) that had a few open core bugs and it ended up being really simple to solve within
prepareRowin the source plugin. It will be nice when the migration_lookup plugin can properly handle this use case, but it’s a good thing to understand how prepareRow can provide flexibility.
When building an event management application recently, we ran into a number of time zone related issues. For example: two logged in users could see different times for the same event. Here's how we fixed it (and all the other annoying bugs we found along the way).
Sometimes running composer update can cause unexpected problems. Here is the procedure we use to keep our short-term changes separate from our local updates, keeping your local site error-free.