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Drupal 9: Getting Ready For The Upgrade

Drupal 9 is expected to be released on June 3, 2020. Here’s how you can start preparing for the upgrade.

Creating A Custom View Field In Drupal 8 To Use With Workflow States

Here's how to create a custom view field in Drupal 8 to use with workflow states.

Creating A Custom Exposed View Filter In Drupal 8 To Use With Workflow States

Here’s how to create a custom exposed view filter in Drupal 8 to use with workflow states.

Setting Up A Custom Bootstrap Theme With Drupal 8

Learn how to set up a Bootstrap 4 based sub-theme on your Drupal 8 website.

Drupal 8: Inline Form Errors - Transitions

While using the core’s Inline Form Errors module, I found it had some minor usability issues. I created a custom module called Inline Form Errors - Transitions to help address some of these and improve user experience.

Drupal 8: #attached - Part 2

Part 2 of a two-part series—taking a close look at the #attached property of render arrays in Drupal 8.

Drupal 8: #attached - Part 1

Part 1 of a two-part series—taking a close look at the #attached property of render arrays in Drupal 8.

Save Memory By Using PHP Generators

For PHP developers, knowing how to use PHP features effectively can help save time while iterating over huge data chunks. Here's how.

Drupal 8: Inline Form Errors

Default HTML form validation errors are not always easily readable in Drupal 8. The Inline Form Errors (IFE) module helps improve their usability and accessibility.

Drupal 8: Service Decorators

A deep dive into the kind of issues Service Decorators—a feature provided by Symfony—can solve, and how to implement them.

Drupal 8: Writing Your First Unit Test With PHPUnit

PHPUnit aids module development, allowing developers to write code using the TDD (Test Driven Development) approach. If you are a beginner to PHPUnit, this is how to get started.

How to write custom Drush 9 commands for Drupal 8

With Drush 9.x becoming the only supported version of Drush in Drupal 8.4.x and later versions, Drupal developers need to be able to write custom Drush 9 Drupal 8 commands. Here's how you can get started.