And we’re back with a fresh tasty new tutorial for you!
In this tutorial we’ll review how to use Drupal 8 Restful Web Services. We’ll take you through viewing, creating, editing, and updating entities for your Drupal site. (Note: I am using Beta 14 version in this tutorial.)
Alright, let’s begin!
We’re always on the lookout for ways we can improve our development and deployment processes. Most projects we undertake make use of Amazon AWS vast infrastructure. The ever popular AWS has grown leaps and bounds since its introduction to the startup world. Controlling startup cost is essential and AWS is a great asset to have in that regard.
Today we’ll take a peak at the CodeDeploy feature within the web service and how to integrate your app deployed on AWS with Github.
In Drupal 8 we are allowed to create our custom entity types and add multiple data fields of different data types. However, this process can be very time-consuming without using any modules or template tools.
Twig is a template engine developed by Fabien Potencier for the PHP programming language. It is an open source product under a BSD License. It’s a very useful tool for building the templates for some PHP frameworks such as Symfony, Codeigniter and Drupal 8. I found it very easy to use, fast and powerful especially when I work on the views files as I can include some variables and logic in the HTML files.