In preparing for my session Developing for Drupal 8 with Drupal VM at MidCamp later this month, I wanted to build out an example of a canonical "this is the way I'd do it" Drupal 8 site using nothing but Drupal VM and Composer. And I wanted to build both my local development environment and a production environment on DigitalOcean, all using the Ansible automation playbooks built into Drupal VM.
I also wanted to brush up Drupal VM's production environment management capabilities, so I made a few more tweaks to Drupal VM and the main Ansible role that powers the Drupal deployment and installation, and released Drupal VM 4.4 with some great production environment improvements!
Drupal core announcements: What do you change about the Admin menu for your clients? We need to know.
A number of issues indicate that Drupal's core IA could be better, and solutions proposed range from isolated fixes to totally restructuring the admin menu.
At the same time, it is pretty standard that clients need customizations to the default Admin menu structure. It seems a lot of us might be doing the same thing, over-and-over.
To find sustainable solutions, we need your real world experiences.
Do you build Drupal 8 sites for clients?
Do you ever change the admin interface by adding or removing items? Do you replace it?
Are there certain modifications you make to almost all projects?
If so, please tell us your examples and experiences at https://drupal.org/node/2863330
Adds source display to class members in the API module.
Edit: For now, this requires a patch to Views Megarow which is posted here https://www.drupal.org/node/1802416 but which should be committed soon.
This plug and play module converts a traditional webform into conversational interfaces. Every field can be individually configured for questions, errors and validations.
This module is functional but not complete.
A couple of Drupalists meet WordCamp London 2017 - WordCamp London 2017 was my very first WordPress community event; my first time up close with a community rumoured to have a very different focus and feeling than the Drupal community I know and love. But contribution, the one theme unifying us across all open source software communities, brought us all together.Tags: acquia drupal planetwordpresslondoncommunitycontribution
At GDC 2017, Niantic's Dennis Hwang hopped onstage to showcase how Pokemon Go was designed to be intuitive and safe to play in public -- and what other devs can learn from the process. ...
Adds additional Rules conditions for the Message module.New conditions:
- Is rendered text of two messages equal. (Accommodates text delta)