Commanding Chaos for Coworking, Open Source and Creative Communities

drupal8

A Simple Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 Migration | Drupalize.Me

Mon, 11/16/2015 - 17:35 -- rprice

Migrate: The core API Migrate Drupal: Provides the classes needed to migrate Drupal to Drupal 8. Migrate Upgrade: Provides a simple user interface for running migrations from Drupal 6 or Drupal 7. There is ongoing work to include more of this UI in core. Migrate Plus: This is the current home for the pieces of Drupal 7's migrate functionality that didn't make it into core.

drupaleasypodcast
migrate
drupal8
views

A Simple Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 Migration | Drupalize.Me

Mon, 11/16/2015 - 17:35 -- rprice

Migrate: The core API Migrate Drupal: Provides the classes needed to migrate Drupal to Drupal 8. Migrate Upgrade: Provides a simple user interface for running migrations from Drupal 6 or Drupal 7. There is ongoing work to include more of this UI in core. Migrate Plus: This is the current home for the pieces of Drupal 7's migrate functionality that didn't make it into core.

drupaleasypodcast
migrate
drupal8
views

Drupal 8 Services, Dependency Injection, and Decoupling Your Code | FFW

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 11:53 -- rprice

Notice that while there are lots of OOP-isms in this project, we never really had to use the new keyword. We are not in the weeds instantiating objects, just snapping together Services, Config and finishing everything off in the Drupal UI. Once you learn how to work with Services and Dependency Injection, you'll be thinking at a higher level and you can focus on one specific task. This is one of the promises of Drupal to solve 80% of the problems for you and let you focus on the 20% of your project that is unique.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8
tutorial

Drupal 8 Services, Dependency Injection, and Decoupling Your Code | FFW

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 11:53 -- rprice

Notice that while there are lots of OOP-isms in this project, we never really had to use the new keyword. We are not in the weeds instantiating objects, just snapping together Services, Config and finishing everything off in the Drupal UI. Once you learn how to work with Services and Dependency Injection, you'll be thinking at a higher level and you can focus on one specific task. This is one of the promises of Drupal to solve 80% of the problems for you and let you focus on the 20% of your project that is unique.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8
tutorial

Goodbye Drush Make, Hello Composer! | Lullabot

Mon, 11/02/2015 - 11:15 -- rprice

Commit the composer.json changes to the repo. The files downloaded by Composer do not need to be added to the repo. You’ll see a .gitignore file that keeps them out (this was added as a part of the composer packaging). Only composer.json, .gitignore, code in /web/modules/custom and the content of the /web/sites subdirectory (other than the files directory) will be stored in the git repository.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8
install_profile
git
deployment

Goodbye Drush Make, Hello Composer! | Lullabot

Mon, 11/02/2015 - 11:15 -- rprice

Commit the composer.json changes to the repo. The files downloaded by Composer do not need to be added to the repo. You’ll see a .gitignore file that keeps them out (this was added as a part of the composer packaging). Only composer.json, .gitignore, code in /web/modules/custom and the content of the /web/sites subdirectory (other than the files directory) will be stored in the git repository.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8
install_profile
git
deployment

drupal 8.0.0-rc2 | Drupal.org

Mon, 11/02/2015 - 10:55 -- rprice

Release candidates also provide an opportunity to begin developing with Drupal 8, especially for: New sites. Sites that rely mainly on the expanded functionality provided by Drupal 8 core alone. Projects that will take months of development time. Sites for which Drupal 8's benefits outweigh the effort needed to port (or work around) contributed modules that do not yet have Drupal 8 versions.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8

drupal 8.0.0-rc2 | Drupal.org

Mon, 11/02/2015 - 10:55 -- rprice

Release candidates also provide an opportunity to begin developing with Drupal 8, especially for: New sites. Sites that rely mainly on the expanded functionality provided by Drupal 8 core alone. Projects that will take months of development time. Sites for which Drupal 8's benefits outweigh the effort needed to port (or work around) contributed modules that do not yet have Drupal 8 versions.

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8

(2) Will BackDrop CMS - the fork of Drupal 7 - be a viable alternative to Drupal 8 or will it fail? What factors will determine its success or failure? - Quora

Wed, 10/21/2015 - 12:19 -- rprice

Greg Knaddison, Ed Sussman (Buzzr), Grazyna Jaworska (Omega8.cc), Thomas Svenson, Fernando Garcia, and more chime in

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8

(2) Will BackDrop CMS - the fork of Drupal 7 - be a viable alternative to Drupal 8 or will it fail? What factors will determine its success or failure? - Quora

Wed, 10/21/2015 - 12:19 -- rprice

Greg Knaddison, Ed Sussman (Buzzr), Grazyna Jaworska (Omega8.cc), Thomas Svenson, Fernando Garcia, and more chime in

drupaleasypodcast
drupal8

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - drupal8