• Gaurav Goyal in Dwell in Drupal 8 Webinar Series

    It’s been awhile since Drupal 8 has released. With all the new architecture and eye-catching new technologies, Drupal 8 has a new architecture in place for content and configurations.

  • Dwell in Drupal 8 Webinar Series

    Microservice is one of the latest trending application architecture. This session talks about -

    What is microservice?

    Typical use cases for microservice.

    Introduction to enterprise/large scale Drupal.

    Problems with deployment/release of a Drupal site.

    How to implement microservice architecture in Drupal 8.

  • Dependency Injection Basics

    Dependency injection is an advanced software design pattern. It implements “inversion of control”, which means that reusable code calls task specific code.

  • Dwell in Drupal 8 Webinar Series

    This session describes implementing headless Drupal for a Large Newspaper Site using phalcon. This implementation use phalcon as a Front End and drupal as a Back End with multiple instances on a shared codebase. The architecture includes Mongo DataBase from which Phalcon access content. Drupal pushes content to this Mongo Database using a custom module. Implementation of Phalcon is a new learning and approaches are similar to Drupal 8.

    In this session the speaker will talk about -

  • Dependency Injection Basics

    Dependency Injection basics

    Dependency injection is an advanced software design pattern. It implements “inversion of control”, which means that reusable code calls task specific code.

  • Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It manages Install and update libraries that project manages. This session elaborate about how composer is used in Drupal 8. In Drupal Composer is inspired from node's npm and ruby's bundler. Composer manage packages/libraries per project on particular directory (by Default directory Vendor), so it has more features then Package managers.

    In this session, I will take you through:

  • Dwell in Drupal 8 Webinar Series

    If you have worked with D8 already, you are probably aware that the oldschool "dsm all the things" approach no longer works, primarily due to the size of the structures, objects and whatnot being dumped. If you haven't, well, you are aware now :)

    So let's look at the some of the options available:

    use print_r(); die;

    enable devel and kint

    twig dump

  • Drupal Speaker

    This webinar covers how Drupal programming has changed in D8.

    For instance in D7 we had .module file carrying hook_menu() with routing definition, menu creation, the callback function in same .module file in D8 they are in different files with a different convention. Mr. Sivaji talks about similar things that one would do in the custom module and how they are now in D8.

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