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Drupal 8 Content Entity Bundles – Part 3: Simple Content Entity with Bundles
Part 3 in my series on Content Entities with Bundles, let's solve the problems of the previous much-too-simple example.
Drupal 8 Content Entity Bundles – Part 2: Most Simple Entity with Bundles
Part 2 of my series on Content Entities with Bundles in Drupal 8.
Drupal 8 Content Entity with Bundles – Part 1: Overview
Deep dive tutorial for how to create your own custom Entities with Bundles in Drupal 8.
OpenID Connect Generic
WordPress plugin for connecting a site to an OAuth 2.0 Identity provider.
Drupal 8: How to add Comments to a Custom Entity Type
In Drupal 8 almost everything is configurable and customizable, but out of the box it may be unclear how to achieve some things. For example, adding comments to a custom entity type.
Eventbrite Attendees Block
My first public Drupal 8 module, created for Drupal Camp Asheville 2017, allows site administrators to display a list of attendees to an Eventbrite event.
This weekend I had some extra time on my hands and decided to checkout Backdrop CMS. Then I wrote a long post about it... sort of
WordPress Widget vs Drupal 8 Block
With the new Drupal 8 Blocks API, WordPress and Drupal are now more similar than not when it comes to Widgets vs Blocks. This post shows examples of each and highlights their similarities and differences.
Guide to Drupal 8 Theme Development
Originally planned as an introduction to Drupal 8 theme development with Twig, this quickly became a very in-depth guide to many important aspects for building a complete theme.
Custom Drupal 7 Rules Conditions and Actions
Some example Drupal Rules hooks providing conditions and actions.
WordPress Rewrite API Examples
The WordPress Rewrite API can certainly be confusing. This post will look at how rewrites work in general, and provide multiple practical examples (and one very impractical example) of it in action.
Sweet Widget Admin UI
In my continued attempt at making very simple plugins which greatly improve WordPress widgets, this plugin improves the widget editing experience by providing a larger widget editing area.
Simple PHP Template Class
As a follow up to my earlier post, I wanted to show how to greatly improve the usefulness of the function by changing it to a class with distinct methods, and in the process reduce the previous approach's shortcomings.
How to copy a live WordPress site to a local VVV machine
VVV is one of the best environments for WordPress development, but it only comes with a few sites by default. This post will guide you through creating a new local development site on VVV, and (optionally) importing a live site for local development.
Sweet Widget Templates for WordPress
The way WordPress handles the HTML for widgets is clunky, inflexible, and basically wrong. This plugin solves the problem by providing true templates for widgets within your WordPress theme.