Module requires composer require lullabot/amp https://github.com/Lullabot/amp-library
The module is extendable, there are two components: AmpComponent and AmpMetadata.
Read blog post about this module: How to implement simple AMP support in Drupal 8
Originally posted here: http://theotherside.timsbrannan.com/2017/07/adventures-with-venger-asnas-satanis.html
Have you ever wanted to make your own adventures? Do you want to be like Venger and write them like a fucking boss? Well, this is the book for you then. Overtly the book is focused on people writing their own adventures for the first time, but the advice given is so solid that even old veterans like me kind find it useful. Some of the advice is common sense, but never underestimate the value of stating something plainly. There are no groundbreaking revelations here, no paradigm shifts and no occult insights. And that is perfectly fine by me. Adventure writing is not supposed to be Shakespeare, it's supposed to be Poe. The advice given though is rock solid, and it provides easily repeatable to create fun, entertaining adventures that don't feel like a railroad.
Honestly I would package this up with his How To Game Master Like a Fucking Boss to give GMs a full toolbox of advice and tricks to help any adventure; whether they wrote it themselves or grab one off the shelf. Venger really should bundle this with the Character book and call it the "Be A Fucking Boss Bundle".
I have a Trek game coming up. I know what I want to do with it, but I am going to run my ideas through this book and give them a test. So far all the advice has panned out well and I believe that this will be a better adventure because ot it.
Often one finds oneself needing to parse HTML. Back in the day, we used regexes, and smoked inside. We didn't even know about caveman coders back then. Later, we'd use SimpleHtmlDom and mostly just swore when things didn't quite work as expected. Now, we use PHP's DomDocument, and in Drupal we create them using Drupal's HTML utility.
Hook 42 is expanding our enterprise Drupal services to the public sector. It’s only logical that our next trek is to Drupal GovCon!
We are bringing some of our colorful San Francisco Bay Area love to DC. We will be sharing our knowledge about planning and managing migrations, as well as core site building layout technologies. The most exciting part of the conference will be meeting up with our east coast Drupal community and government friends in person.
This module gives you quick access to import, delete and export large numbers of taxonomy terms through either a form on your site or through drush commands. By using a csv file you can bulk move terms with their hierarchy into and out of a taxonomy with ease.
SpamLinkBlock is a simple module which main purpose is to prevent spam by blocking form submissions that contain links.
Majority of spam on the web have some kind link attached. If your form does not need to accept links this is a great way to limit spam submissions.
Additionally, users can create a list of “Stop Words” which should also block form submissions.
This is a stand-alone module but for best effects it should be utilized together with other spam prevention modules like honeypot or antibot.