Often times I’ve seen articles talking about the benefits of components to developers, but less often I see articles talking about the benefits of components to site builders and editors. Component-based theming and site building is where the web is going. WordPress is there with Gutenberg’s block system. Drupal uses Paragraphs, Layout Builder, and probably […]
I’m currently in the process of moving my beloved WordPress blog over to Eleventy and it’s been a really awesome opportunity to learn some new things. During the migration, I noticed my syntax highlighting for HTML tags looked a little weird. The lines were highlighted and the text was all caps. Example syntax showing the […]
If you’re looking for a great article that gets right to the point and shows you how to interact with Drupal using the JSONAPI, look no further. This article by Sergey Linkin explains it all.
Probably. This is a question I recently asked in the Drupaltwig Slack #pattern-lab channel. Some background: I recently had a situation where I had a “Page introduction” component. This component has 1 field, and it’s a WYSIWYG field, which means it needs to print HTML. Here is the structure of my component: page-introduction |- page-introduction.twig […]
Problem: We have 150+ multi-sites and would like to share certain lists of content (Views) between them. In this specific case, there is a need to show a list of programs on a department site. Each department has their own multi-site, and there is 1 programs site that all the data will come from as […]
The Terminus documentation is amazing. However, I tend to only use a couple commands over and over so I created this post so I can continually reference it and have some “copy/paste” ready commands to use on my projects. Get a URL to the latest snapshot of my production database Adding a new module and […]