Here are a plain list of modules that really gives site builders front and backend super powers and make these two categories of developers closer than ever.
It supports the creation of new pages, and allows placing blocks within that page.
Like Drupal 7's Page Manager, it provides a concept of "page variants", each with their own selection conditions.
Additionally, it can be used to take over an existing page, like overriding
/node/% to change what is displayed when viewing a node.
A collection of most used drush commands.
The full list of commands is documented on Drush Commands.
Fast site install for testing
Download Drupal core and install it in 3 commands.
The use case is that we want to sort a list of users by job title, where job title is a term reference to a dedicated vocabulary.
The sort is done by the job title term weight (defined via the vocabulary list).
I choosed to apply a custom sort function on a view, instead of a custom dynamic / entity query for two reasons :
Designers, developers and drupalistas will meet again, in Belgium this time, lucky us !
One of the many amazing sessions given at the DrupalCamp Leuven 2015 was about tests applied to small / medium sized projects. I was a bit sceptical, we all agree that testing should be part of any development process, but it can run you quickly out of budget on small projects. @pfrenssen has just proven the opposite.
I wondered if there was a solution to play around with Drupal 8 on a Chromebook (super cheap hardware / "everything in the cloud model" with a 16G SSD).
After some reddit I discovered that Koding.com provides you freely, in the browser, a VM / terminal plus a text editor for PHP and other popular languages (Ruby, Python, ...).
Open up your Koding Terminal and cd in the Web directory (default, single docroot for a VM).