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I'm porting my module to Drupal 8 and so should you

Recently I started the process of porting a number of Drupal 7 modules to Drupal 8. In the same way that I approached Drupal when I first heard of it, I dug into code, broke a lot of things, cursed a lot and then learned how to fix it.

I had a few viable candidates of modules to port. With the new API and Symfony based design patterns, there was some architectural thinking to go along with it too. To ensure that I didn’t get sucked into complexity mire, I decided to select a relatively small module albeit with several API changes included.

Finding a home in the Drupal 8 community OR "What Issue Should I Work On?"

The following is my Drupal 8 contribution story. If you have ever found yourself wondering "What do I do now?" when you were at a code sprint, then you should find this blog useful.

My attempt to migrate a Drupal 6 site to Drupal 8

I wanted to better understand the process of upgrading a Drupal 6 site to Drupal 8. In summary: the toolkits are there, but it isn’t quite seamless yet. I tried more than 10 migration configurations with varying degrees of success. You’ll find below a walkthrough of how to do it, and a summary of the functionality to date.

Amazee Labs Lends Drupal 8 Expertise to Drupal.com

Amazee Labs (Austin and Zurich) are developing drupal.com using Drupal 8 Beta.

Drupal 8 - An intro field guide for front-end developers

Drupal 8 is almost here, and it’s bringing big front-end improvements, including new methods to display data on mobile devices using breakpoints, build flexible templates in Twig and better management for tools and libraries.

Most importantly, changes to the display layer mean that Drupal has become much more agile and extendable for Front-end Developers.

The journey so far

Up till now, Front-end Developers have been working with a display layer that was originally introduced in Drupal 4.5, here’s how it worked...

Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8: Episode 8 - Answers to Your Burning Questions

Welcome to the 8th and FINAL installment of an 8-part blog series we're calling "The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8." Whether you're a site builder, module or theme developer, or simply an end-user of a Drupal website, Drupal 8 has tons in store for you! This blog series will attempt to enumerate the major changes in Drupal 8.

Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8: Episode 7 - Code changes in Drupal 8

Welcome to the 7th installment of an 8-part blog series we're calling "The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8." Whether you're a site builder, module or theme developer, or simply an end-user of a Drupal website, Drupal 8 has tons in store for you! This blog series will attempt to enumerate the major changes in Drupal 8.

Web services in Drupal 8 Core

Some of the great news in Drupal 8 development was the introduction of web services directly in core, allowing other applications to interact with Drupal to consume exposed information or services without the need to install contributed modules.

Let’s look at the list of modules that ship with D8 core related with web services:

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The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8 Part 2

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Welcome to Part 2 of a series we’re calling “The Ultimate Guide to Drupal 8.” Whether you’re a site builder, module or theme developer, or simply an end-user of a Drupal website, Drupal 8 has tons in store for you! This ebook will attempt to enumerate the major changes in Drupal 8.

Note that since Drupal 8 is still under active development, some of the details below may change prior to its release. Drupal 8 is now feature-frozen, so most information should remain relevant. Where applicable, Drupal 7 contribted equivalents of Drupal 8 features will be noted.

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