This post focuses on translation issues and various pitfalls that you might encounter while building with React and Drupal: internationalization with and without language fallback, include images with images styles, taxonomy filter, fetch data on the route or the component, sort by weight, deploy in production.
This post goes a bit against the mainstream, with one purpose in mind: for a low budget, leave a custom LAMP server provisioning for a well maintained LAMP stack that comes with a smart GUI and helpers for common sysadmin tasks like: several versions of PHP, a php.ini for each virtual host, backup system, internal monitoring, Let's Encrypt ready. We will use a Drupal 7.x website with CiviCRM 4.6.x LTS as an example.
In this newcomer guide, you will find:
- How to accelerate the onboarding process and how to get a fresh Drupal 8 install, for testing.
- The documentation reduced to the essential for the following topics: tools, projects, Drupal concepts and drupalisms, main events, contribution and service providers.
- A brief comparison of other solutions, and when to use Drupal.
There are at least 42 reasons to onboard drupalship.org!
Today, building a website in Drupal 8 is faster than ever, even for a beginner. Or let’s rephrase this: it can be fast when you have the right information at your fingertips. The seed of this idea was sown during the session of Dave Hall given in the DrupalCamp Antwerp on September 2017. Just have a look at what follows, it describes the adoption process of Drupal compared to other solutions like Contentful.
Mollie provides a facade for several payment methods (credit card, debit card, Paypal, Sepa, Bitcoin, ...) with various languages and frameworks support. In some cases, you could decide to use the Payment module instead of the full Commerce distribution. This tutorial describes how to create a product as a node and process payment with Mollie, only via configuration. A possible use case can be an existing Drupal 8 site that just needs to enable a few products (like membership, ...).
Looks like most of my Drupal 7 clients are sharing the enthusiasm for CKEditor Media Embed and didn't want to wait for a Drupal 8 upgrade of their site, so here is a wrapper module for that. There are probably way better implementations, like the one that was done for Drupal 8, but I wanted to have something quickly ready with close to zero maintenance. Also, it had to rely on the Wysiwyg module and not the CKEditor standalone module.