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This blog post summarises the seventh week of writing code for Drupal for the Google Summer of Code.tameeshb Wed, 07/19/2017 - 19:42 Tags GSoC Google Summer of Code 2017 Drupal Drupal Blog
Now that Drupal 8 is “production ready,” and agencies are ready to expand their capabilities by building in Drupal 8, clients are asking about it, and the community’s focus has shifted to developing for it.
Drupal 8’s predecessor, Drupal 7, has been around since January 2011, which means that by late 2016 everyone working in Drupal was very familiar with the ins-and-outs of how Drupal 7 worked.Tags: acquia drupal planet
This module integrates the newer sharethis functionality with a Drupal site.Installation
Download using your method of choice (composer recommended) and enable the module in your site.
Since content is king, content marketing is a must-have strategy. With the content you present on the web, you can attract visitors and keep them interested. But have you ever wanted to interact and collaborate with your users through the content? Do you need them not just passively perceive your content, but take some actions with it? This is possible with H5P (HTML 5 Package).Read more
This module keeps history of variables whenever we need to know assigned value in variable. Developer can check the all variable list and check the assigned value in variable without go to settings form of variables.
This module is very useful for development we will find all variable value on one URL except go on form and check value.
Drupal dependencies include
This module allows you to customise the error messages that appear in webforms when a field is required.
This module uses JQuery to resize the font size of your website.
This module will work properly only if your theme uses relative font-size (em and rem)
This module creates a block with 3 links
A- - for reducing the font size
A - for resetting the font size
A+ - for increasing the font size
You can place the block as per your site requirement.
This is a WIP module.
Like many of you, I have a few sites that are fairly complex, utilize dozens of modules - and still run on Drupal 6. At this point, I don't want to invest the time to migrate them to Drupal 7 because I feel the momentum is finally beginning to shift into high gear for Drupal 8.
So, how do you know whether the Drupal 8 ecosystem is ready for a relatively straightforward migration? Thankfully, there are some great resources available!
One of our clients requested to integrate AppNexus ads with their Drupal 8 site. The requirements were very simple:
- Ability to display ads as blocks.
- Ad blocks should be configurable: tagId, Sizes. And pass those variables via apntag.defineTag().
- Ability to pass global page options via apntag.setPageOpts().
Since there wasn't any module that would support this I decided to create a module that will be very easy to use and at the same time will be extendable and useful in other projects.
The module comes with a simple PHP class that helps to generate pageOpts from hook_page_attachments(). You may create your own class using that class as an example.